Publish date: December 29th 2009
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
"SPIN" was a very good story, with an equal blending of humor, emotional tensions, and solid character development. Normally, novels of this genre I don't read because contemporary novels don't interest me very much. But the author is an online acquaintance and for that reason, I bought the book ...
“Imagine if Bridget Jones fell into A million little pieces, flew over the cuckoo’s nest and befriended Lindsey Lohan along the way.” Okay I might have stolen that quote from the back of the book but it does describe Spin perfectly, so I couldn’t help myself. This was a fantastic read and from ...
“Hi. My name is Katie. I’m a writer, and um . . . I’m an alcoholic.”“Hi, Katie!” says the group.“Wrebbit!” says TGNDThe gist. Katie has a dream job. She wants to be able to write at this magazine she's been dying to be part of. There's an opening (a grace from heaven) and make do to prep and fill up...
This is the best chick-lit novel I've ever read! Full review to come, if I find the right words to explain how awesome Catherine McKenzie is.
"I LOVED this book. Hilarious, fun, deep and well written, this book had me from start to finish in one sitting. Katie has landed an interview for her dream job. She decides to go out and celebrate (the night before the interview, mind you) and shows up the next day for said interview still drunk...
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