Mirror, Mirror Short Stories

"Diana Rodriguez Wallach’s Mythology High is too much fun. Emmy collects narcissistic souls for the family business but after making one tiny little mistake she finds her life turned upside down. These three stories are a must for anyone who loves Greek mythology, feisty heroines and second chances. My only complaint is that I didn’t want them to finish." –Amanda Ashby, author of Fairy Bad Day You may think you know the myth of Narcissus—vain guy falling in love with his own reflection—but get ready for a twist that turns Greek Mythology on its head in Diana’s latest short story collection. Imagine a paranormal secret agent infiltrating high schools to rid the world of shallow people. Awesome, right?

Here’s a little more to get you hooked:

Eighteen-year-old Emmy is in the family business—trapping vapid narcissistic souls into her silver compact mirror for all eternity. It’s what the Rhamnusia family has been doing for thousands of years, all under the direction of Great Grandmother. Only Emmy’s latest assignment, Nara, is about to prove more challenging than she ever expected—especially when her oh-so-handsome boyfriend Luke gets involved.

The book includes Reflecting Emmy, Nara Gazing,  Shattering GiGi, and a prequel, Emmy’s First Glimpse, and is on sale  through Amazon and B&N.

Reflecting Emmy

Read what everyone’s saying about Mirror, Mirror!

“A fun, fresh and thoroughly entertaining modern twist on the Narcissus myth. Readers will love Emmy and her (mis)adventures. Wallach packs a lot of story into a small packing–romance, friendship and the power of one person to make a difference. The only thing missing… is more!”

~ Tera Lynn Childs, award-winning author of Oh. My. Gods., Forgive My Fins, and Sweet Venom

“Diana Rodriguez Wallach’s Mythology High is too much fun. Emmy collects narcissistic souls for the family business but after making one tiny little mistake she finds her life turned upside down. These three stories are a must for anyone who loves Greek mythology, feisty heroines and second chances. My only complaint is that I didn’t want them to finish.”

–Amanda Ashby, author of Fairy Bad Day and Demonosity

RADIO INTERVIEW ABOUT MIRROR, MIRROR

Diana was interviewed by Loraine Ballard Morrill for Clear Channel Radio about her Mirror Mirror short story collection in March 2014. The interview aired on many of the most popular FM stations in Philadelphia, including Q102, Philly’s #1 Top 40 station; Alternative Radio 104.5; and Mix 106.1. Listen Now!

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