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I rarely read books I don’t like because I’m always getting great recommendations from my writer friends. I regularly share my thoughts about kick-ass books on my blog. Here are some of my favorites from the past few months:Among the praise for TMI:
How to Say Good-Bye in Robot by Natalie Standiford
While most seniors would enter a new school hoping to party with the popular kids, Beatrice would rather stay up late listening to a quirky call-in radio show and patrol bookstores with Jonah. Nicknamed Robot Girl and Ghost Boy, the two strike up an unusual friendship that hovers near romance but can’t seem to land.
I loved the way Standiford made Beatrice cynical but not overly bitter, allowing herself to finally care about someone while pushing away the in crowd. Beatrice and Jonah choose to be outsiders, and it’s a refreshing change from the usual YA storyline in which...[read on]
"Becca's blogalicious missteps and triumphs will keep you cringing and laughing all the way through!"Read an excerpt from TMI, and learn more about the book and author at Sarah Quigley's website.
--Kieran Scott, author of Geek Magnet and I Was A Non-Blonde Cheerleader
"Quigley has created a charming and wholly believable narrator in the hapless but well-meaning Becca...Realistic details of teen social life in a small Midwestern town round out this...very entertaining offering."
My Book, The Movie: TMI.
Writers Read: Sarah Quigley.