“Places, everyone,” Dylan commanded.
Lina hadn’t been into theatre, hadn’t really been into anything dramatic or performance based, and had ended up joining business club just to have an extracurricular on her college applications. She wasn’t sure what a conquering hero was supposed to walk in like.
“Shoulders back,” Jackson murmured. “That’s it. Smile a little, if you can. You’re tired and that’s fine, but you’re happy you saved lives, right? There you go. It’s like going into a charity ball, except right now you’re doing what our moms and dads do, they just don’t know it yet. The cameras are on you; don’t give ‘em anything.”
“Way to give me a panic attack,” she murmured back at him, but she did what he told her. The cameras are on you. She could do that. Continue reading