Remember that old saw, “Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach”?
Chances are, you’ve been tempted to think that from time to time about a teacher, but probably not often enough to justify the saying. Cassie Franklin, the main character of The Substitute, deserves a bumper sticker on her car proclaiming, “Those who can, teach.”
I’m proud to introduce Cassie and have you share in her professional and spiritual journey. Here’s a sneak peek at the back cover copy of my latest release, The Substitute.
She has a foolproof recipe for success and even shares it with others.
When her family moves, seasoned home economics teacher Cassie Franklin never dreams she won’t land a job in a school district known for hiring the crème de la crème. But when the first day of school rolls around without an interview, she begins to worry.
A call to substitute at Sully High School just might be her lucky break.
Or not. Sour staff members and a butchered budget sabotage her every move.
Under increasing pressure, Cassie fights to prove she’s still a professional. Can she tweak her cherished formula for success before becoming a total flop?
The Substitute is Book Two in the Sully Parkway series and is best enjoyed after reading Book One, The Jesus Car.