Bobby Cinema's Young Adult Novel PRINCESS SCHOOL Follows Unlikely Teenage Romance
Billy Malcolm is a total outsider in high school. But one day he is invited to a princess school session by his computer pen pal, Princess Linda. Princess is a beautiful princess who wants to be a regular girl and make her own decisions. She enjoys being pen pals with Billy because he is a typical American with a typical American life.
When Princess invites Billy to the school, she only wants the chance to meet him in person. Everyone at the school is a princess or prince, and they naturally assume Billy is a part of their group when he arrives. Princess and Billy quickly fall in love in a whirlwind romance where the underdog nerd who could never get a date becomes a charming prince.
An excerpt from "Princess School":
"He opened the back door, allowing Billy to crawl inside. Within moments, the car had left the runway, and Billy soon found himself driving down the main strip of Amsterdam on his way to the castle. This is all real . . . unbelievable! Billy watched out the window as the foreign land greeted, and passed him by. Within an hour they were out of the city, and making their way over the rich green landscape. 'Ok, ok, no need to panic Billy, once we get to the castle, just explain everything and get your butt back on the plane for home.'"
Cinema hopes his story inspires young readers who may not think of themselves as popular or cool among their peers. "Geeky guys in fairy tales can get their dream girl," says Cinema. "You have to make your own decisions and always listen to your heart."
Bobby Cinema, an autistic young man, lives in Maryville, Miss. His family is from India, and he is the first member of his family born in the U.S. He earned his degree at Northwest Missouri State University, and he lived in Los Angeles for three years while trying to sell his movie. His book "Princess School" is dedicated to his niece, Lakeh Chavala. Cinema has written 20 movie scripts and three books, but "Princess School" is his first published work.
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