by Alecia Whitaker
Year pub: 2012
Fourteen-year-old Kentucky girl Ricki Jo Winstead, who would prefer to be called Ericka, thank you very much, is eager to shed her farmer's daughter roots and become part of the popular crowd at her small town high school. She trades her Bible for Seventeen magazine, buys new "sophisticated" clothes and somehow manages to secure a tenuous spot at the cool kids table. She's on top of the world, even though her best friend and the boy next door Luke says he misses "plain old Ricki Jo."
Caught between being a country girl and wannabe country club girl, Ricki Jo begins to forget who she truly is: someone who doesn't care what people think and who wouldn't let a good-looking guy walk all over her. It takes a serious incident out on Luke's farm for Ricki Jo to realize that being a true friend is more important than being popular.
DWAIT! I got into drumline again!!!!! But I got 3rd bass. :( Ha! Oh welly, I'm glad I got in. ^ _ ^ Aren't you so happy for me? (okay, yeah, you don't need to be, but I'm happy > . < )
*takes in a deep breath* Have you seriously just want to stare at cupcake pictures forever because even though most times they make the frosting too sweet for you, you still look at them and it seriously makes you want to eat one but the frosting's so sweet, you don't but still you get that craving and look at pictures to send that craving away, instead? *lets out air*
But, seriously look at this picture for those cupcake lovers out there:
by Hisaya Nakajo
Others: the FLIPPING HILARIOUS DRAMA!!!!!
At age thirteen, Mizuki Ashiya, a Japanese girl growing up in America, saw Izumi Sano high jump on TV for the first time. Amazed by his grace, Mizuki quickly became a huge fan of Sano's. Three years later, high-school age Mizuki decides to return to Japan so that a dream of hers might come true: to see Sano jump in person. Mizuki even goes so far as to transfer into Sano's school, in hopes of being closer to him. Mizuki's wish is granted, and she becomes Sano's roommate. There are two problems, however: Sano has quit the high jump, and he attends an all-boys school, meaning Mizuki now has to disguise herself as a boy morning, noon and night, even in her own room! Unknown to Mizuki, however, Sano finds out her secret fairly quickly, and now a strange feeling has come over the two of them...
Okie, sorry for the delayed post, but, life does things called laziness and school and wanting nothing else but to go to sleep. So, yeah, all good. Lovely Erika over at Living for the Booksand lovely Sydney over at Pika Pageshas tagged me for this wonderful award with fancy butterfly and swirly stuff. Erika is so wonderful, and guess what, girl, I love your group! I don't know about you but her group (Addicted to YA) is fabulous. Sydney, I seriously just love how we love the same books and you're my blogging friend. Oh, yes, you're awesome and deserve gush-worthy paragraphs like this one. ;) Yadie yadie ya, Delaney. Yes, okay, I will get to the facts/rules now. :)
Maaaaybe it's just me but doughnut doesn't look right. Like those words that are spelled correctly but once you look at it too long it looks really misspelled or something. Ehh, oh well. To begin with, here are the many different types of doughnuts and there are more, but yes, I won't be posting all of them. >:)