Walter J. Kastner is presently sales manager for a small specialty optical company. On a lark, he decided to make up tiny spherical lenses about two millimeters in diameter (250X) in the manner of Anton Leeuwenhoek’s tiniest lenses. He was amazed at the clarity of the images of microscope slides and tiny unmounted objects.
Further thought gradually evolved (with the considerable help of others) into the present work. Although Mr. Kastner does not consider himself a writer, if the muse strikes, he may expand upon Ms. Ball.
Our two-millimeter heroine, Crystal, is born in a.d. 523 on the Arabian shore during a lightning storm. A shepherd boy finds her and keeps her until he dies as sultan. Shahrazad is his destiny, but he will have to wait.The Strange Tale of A Certain Ms. C. Ball and Her Friends is a historical romance adventure for all those eggheads, children, and grownups who want to know how high-tech and the spa