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Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine
About the Book: Hilarious new series from Queen of Teen – laugh your tights off at the (VERY) amateur dramatic antics of Talullah and her bonkers mates. Boys, snogging and bad acting guaranteed!

Picture the scene: Dother Hall performing arts college somewhere Up North, surrounded by rolling dales, bearded cheesemaking villagers (male and female) and wildlife of the squirrely-type. On the whole, it’s not quite the showbiz experience Tallulah was expecting… but once her mates turn up and they start their ‘FAME! I’m gonna liiiiive foreeeeeever, I’m gonna fill my tiiiiights’ summer course things are bound to perk up. Especially when the boys arrive. (When DO the boys arrive?) Six weeks of parent-free freedom. BOY freedom. Freedom of expression... cos it’s the THEATRE dahling, theatre!!


GreenBeanTeenQueen Says: I lurved the Georgia Nicolson books-they were fabbity fab fab! And I've heard Tallulah is even more wild that Georgie! Plus it's at drama camp-I was a drama nerd and went to a fine arts summer camp, so I'm a sucker for theater books.

What are you waiting on this Wednesday?

Comments

  1. I read this one last month and loved it! It was very funny but different from Georgia.

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  2. This one sounds like a fun read! I hope you enjoy it!

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  3. A superb pick! It looks great. Happy Reading :)
    Check out what I'm Waiting On Wednesday

    Mia @GrippedintoBooks

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  4. Looks cute - the title had me smiling!

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  5. Oh, I can't wait for this one too. I Love Rennison!

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  6. I've heard a lot about this one already! Great pick! : )

    My Waiting on Wednesday is:
    http://faybaysbooks.blogspot.com/

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  7. I can't wait for this one either! I loved reading the Georgia Nicolson series! Renison is one of the most hilarious YA auhtos out there :)

    New post for Debut Author Incites is up :)

    http://blackfingernailedreviews.blogspot.com/

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  8. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO way! A new Louise Rennison? AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  9. I loved Tallulah! She reminded me so much of the awesomeness of the Georgia Nicolson series, she was so funny. I hope you love it too when you get a chance to read it!

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  10. I love t his cover and it sounds like a great read.
    bethfred.com

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  11. This book does not know the writer. However, two others can read it. I liked it the best.
    http://www.konyv-konyvek.hu/book_images/31a/570552831a.jpg

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