Ruby Miller has her summer all planned out. Sitting by the pool. Babysitting for some extra cash. Packing for college. All of that changes when a fan video Ruby and her best friend, Iris, create goes viral gaining their little fansite a ton of hits and the attention of the big wigs in... show more
Ruby Miller has her summer all planned out. Sitting by the pool. Babysitting for some extra cash. Packing for college. All of that changes when a fan video Ruby and her best friend, Iris, create goes viral gaining their little fansite a ton of hits and the attention of the big wigs in Hollywood.Ruby and Iris fall into the world of actors, movie sets, teen stars and elusive artists. Not only is their friendship put to the test when Ruby's cast in the lead role of the newest zombie flick, she must straddle the line between fiction and reality, love and lust, and being true to herself.
Publish date: July 10th 2012
Pages no: 303
Edition language: English
A very fluffy, safe read with predictable plotline. The characters were vibrant with distinct voices. I loved this well-written novel and the illustrations/pictures; my only dislike was the use of footnotes. They were in Ruby's voice, and distracted from the flow of the story.
I received a copy of this book free through Goodreads first Reads.I work at a Senior/Youth center and donate all print books I win in giveaways to the library. I hope I get a chance to check this one out in the near future!!!I can say it must be a really good read because it has been checked out sin...
Kindle free download 12/20/12.
FanGirl was a totally fun read. I think this is a first for me when it comes to self-published books. I think. I can't remember reading any before this.*I loved the premise and the execution of the plot. I mean, as much time as I spend on the internet geeking out over vampires, multicolored teenaged...
This review can also be found on Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell-blog.My name is not Ruby Miller and this book is not about me. Although, it could be. Except it could not, never. I would never ever ever ever go and meet my idol. I’m too much of a coward. This is why I watch Buffy on TV—or DVDs now—and wh...