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The Wee Time Traveller


Published by Alexander Hawksville at Smashwords


Copyright A. Hawksville 2011


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The Wee Time Traveller


Chapter One


"Lara" shouted mother from the bottom of the stairs.

I struggled to get my head out from under the covers. I'd been playing - sorry, working - until late at night on my computer, so I wasn't exactly eager to get out of bed. Mother didn't help either. Let me tell you about my mother: she was brisk and efficient unlike her fourteen-year-old daughter, (me,) and it was most annoying to be trailing out of the house with a slice of toast in my mouth and my hair all untidy when she had been up at seven getting her housework done, preparing herself for work and answering letters.

"Lara!" This time her tone was laced with that wee edge of annoyance.

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