I’ve been Summer’s companion and self-appointed protector our whole life. I’m limited by my substanceless body, but I do what I can because I get it. I understand the fear.
I understand the need to escape into the rectangle that never seems to leave her hand.
She hasn’t noticed me since we were children, we used to play for hours. But I’m okay with fading into the background, helping her to forget the pain.
Until the day we cross.
As Summer walks the same street every week I see him, pass him, feel him. From the first brush I know this is something special. Something Summer needs to see.
But how do I get Summer to notice him when she’s forgotten I exist?
Make it Seen is a magical short story about love’s power to change our perspective. One that will have you looking at the silent companion we all have in a whole new way.