Confessions of a Teenager by Katie Taylor
The Diaries of Three Troubled Teens

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With Aimee being the smartest and most open girl in the group, what is it that is causing her to be so moody and secretive all of a sudden? Mia, the confident, cheeky and, at times, downright naughty fourteen-year-old, is starting to grow concerned for her best friend, Aims. The trouble is, she has so much more on her mind than her. She has a date with Jay to plan; however, her family and Aimee are just being plain awkward. Why can Adam, on the other hand, is Aimee About the Author I absolutely love reading! Jill Mansell's novels are my favourite. When I am tired after work or just want to chill out, I sit on my bed with a cup of tea and read one of her books; therefore, she has inspired me to write. I used to write a lot of stories at school. I realised as school was coming to an end that I would have nothing to do over the holidays. One morning I woke up with lots of ideas for a story. I jotted a few down and wrote a diary for three characters. I thought about their personalities to give myself a clear picture in my head of who they were. Then I started to write. The more I wrote on paper, the more ideas I got. I never intended to write a book; it was just something to do when I wasn When RoseDog Books accepted my manuscript, I was so happy. My best friend and I designed some front covers for the book, for which I am truly grateful. Thank you, Fran. (2010, paperback, 144 pages)

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Published April 21, 2010 by Dorrance Publishing Co. Inc.. 147 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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