Teen Review: “Something to Blog About” by Shana Norris
When trying to cope with her life, Libby Fawcett starts writing a blog. It isn’t a public blog, but more like a password-protected personal diary on her computer. She writes about how her hair catches fire during Chemistry, how Seth Jacobs sees it, along with her thoughts on her sworn enemy, Angel Rodriguez. To make matters worse, she has to deal with her mother dating a guy who she learns is the father of her least favorite person, Angel. So to release the stress of everything building up, Libby writes about all of it, never dreaming her blog would be seen by another person, let alone her whole school. Can she deal with having all of her fears, worries, and secrets out, as well as the whole school hating her, including her two best friends? This book was a funny, quick read that I found quite enjoyable.
Aedan, Central TLLC, 17
FYI: This is my 100th book for the SAPL Teen Blog. I have been doing this since the beginning of my sophomore year of high school, and I am about to be a senior. I hope you have found a good book or two to read! I’ll be looking for a replacement blogger to take over once I graduate. Stay tuned for more information!