Brittany is a freelance writer from Colorado. Her articles on fashion, beauty, and style can be found in various women’s magazines, including BettyConfidential. She's also a food critic for The Coloradoan (yum), and writes social and health psychology articles on family, relationships, and the mind & body.
On Brittany's blog,TheWrite Stuff, you'll find author and journalist interviews, plus giveaways. Great insight into the publishing world over there. Plus, her website is super-cool, too. A must see.
THE POPULAR GIRLS is a contemporary young-adult novel with a word count of 65,000. It’s a phoenix tale of teenage wreckage and rebirth.
Follow the link to her website to read more about her YA.
Can you give us a three to four sentence pitch?
Everything Lily knew about the world she grew-up in has changed. Her parents have seemingly moved on and left Lily stranded in the past clutching old family albums. The next day, Lily discovers an old crush from the fifth grade, who had treated her like a princess, has turned up at her high school. The only thing she wants is someone who knows her. But Lily’s plans to talk to Nate are foiled when the most popular girl in school, Farrah, sits in his lap. Lily, a nerd to the core, can’t possibly compete with Farrah. Or can she?
We've all been there. Nice, Brittany.
Would you care to share the opening line or paragraph (up to 250 words)?
AW, poor Lily. I want to read on.
LOL, good one.
I run a blog, The Write Stuff in which I interview authors and journalists for their tips into the publishing world and I host weekly book giveaways. I also write freelance articles for fashion, food, and healthy living. My minds always whirring!
LOL, too funny.