Outside, That Door
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Judith Johnson Kypta
PRESENTING . . . "OUTSIDE, THAT DOOR"
A NOVEL, OF FANTASY
Outside that door, Amanda Brown finds herself
hurled into another place in time. A time of
growth, excitement, beauty and love. She becomes
confused, frightened and amazed, as she
intermingles with persons from the "Victorian
Era." Amanda finds herself socially active,
amongst the "Elite" while falling in love, not
once . . . But twice! She experiences many
emotional storms, while trying to cope with her
present lifestyle. She finds it very
complex, keeping these phenomena from her sister
Rebecca, and brother-in-law, Thomas. Her
constant fear, is that her family will have her
committed to an Asylum, should they discover
her secret. How long these phenomena will
continue, is a question that plagues Amanda. It
seems a mystery, as to why she was chosen, and
brought into this paranormal puzzle. Amanda
rationalizes that there must be a reason. She
begins an investigation, to find what that reason
might be. Another of her fears, is that the man
she loves, will be lost to her forever . . . Thus,
she has to make a definite, decision. Which will
win in the end, realistic rationalization, or a
fantasy of the heart?
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