Throwback Thurday #4



Throwback Thursday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by me and Stephanie @Bookfever where we feature books that we've read in the past but are still crazy about. It could be a book you read as a child and still remember and love or maybe just a book that you haven't read in a long time and want to show your love for.Each week we'll be featuring a new random question to answer!

My pick this week: 



When "Wacko Watkins" assigns the class a writing project about themselves, Lucy Lovering is not optimistic. Her parents are health food–loving hippies, her best friend, Izzie, has become buds with the knockout Nesta, and she just doesn't match up to either of them (especially in the chest region). What's a girl to do when her two friends can pass for older and she's stuck looking like a 12-year-old? But when Lucy spots the boy of her dreams and goes on a serious hunk hunt, she soon discovers that Mr. Right is closer than she thinks -- and not necessarily so dreamy!

This was probably one of my favorite series when I was young. I got the first book with a magazine and after that I wished for them whenever I had the chance. They were very entertaining and easy to read. I don't really remember that much of the storylines, but maybe one day I'll read them again, they're still in a box under my bed so who knows :) 



Quote: 
So I don't actually have a quote from this since it's soooo many years ago that I read it and I only have it in danish, but insteas here's a quote from the author that I found on Goodreads: 

“There will always be people for and against you, and its pointless wasting time trying to win over some of the people who are against you. Spend time with people who are for you. Those realtionships are worth it.” ― Cathy Hopkins



 Question of the week: 

Which author would you buy and read every single book from?

Hmm, probably Jeaniene Frost or Jennifer L. Armentrout. Can't chose just one ;) Both authors I really enjoy their books every single time so those two I would always get their books from them even if one day they decided to write something totally different from what they write now. 



How about you?
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