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Three quick reviews – poor show, I know, but after my few weeks of crazy studying, my brain is having some quiet time (or as my eight-year-old said a few days ago, “Please stop filling my brain list with things I don’t need!” – not sure what a ‘brain list’ is but I like the sound of it). Continue reading

‘Messy’ by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan

Hot on the heels of reading Spoiled, I’ve indulged in a little more lighter-than-fairy-floss fluff from the Fuggirls (aka Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan) with their latest release, Messy.

Messy continues with the characters introduced in Spoiled – Brooke Berlin, her half sister, Molly Dix, their movie star father, Brick Berlin, and a supporting cast of friends, frenemies and love interests.

Brooke decides that in order to keep her father’s attention and to further her acting career, writing a blog with the ‘inside word’ on everything from leggings to lunching is a fab idea. Brooke might not be the sharpest knife in drawer but she does recognise that between schoolwork, party-planning committee meetings and spa treatments, she hardly has the time to write it herself. Enter Max McCormack – an aspiring author, ‘weird girl’ at school, in need of cash and up to taking on the task of being Brooke’s ghost-blogger despite not knowing the difference between Converse and Choos.

‘This is a writing job,” Brooke said. “If it were tweeting, I’d have called it a tweetographer. Brooke Berlin’s essence is bigger than a hundred and forty characters, so I’m going old school.'” Continue reading

‘Spoiled’ by Heather Cocks & Jessica Morgan

Spoiled by Heather Cocks and Jessica Martin (aka Go Fug Yourself) is written for the young adult market but if you’re a grown-up like me (one that understands Chuck and Blair MUST be together, and who knows who KStew and RPatz are) then Spoiled is a lovely bit of reading fluff, perfect for an afternoon in. Continue reading