And now Amy has chosen The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord for the book club to read; a warm and uplifting story of a girl determined to take a second chance.Paige’s boyfriend died a year ago, and ever since she’s become known as ‘the girl whose boyfriend died’.But while Paige is trying to get closer to Ryan, she opens her heart up to someone new, and all her plans change.Read on to find out more about this raw and engaging heroine and why Amy picked her story as one of her recommendations for the Zoella and Friends 2017 Book Club!
Still, I kept editing the script, almost compulsively.I glanced back over each shoulder as I scanned the shelves for TV Writers’ Boot Camp.No one but my grandmother knew I’d been slowly but surely writing a script for my favorite show, The Mission District, about a plucky father-daughter duo running a diner in San Francisco.There I was, clinging to the scraps of happiness that I could finally feel again: coffee and books and an afternoon with my best friend. People had no idea what it did to me, how it brought back feelings in sharp pangs. .” She kept talking, but her voice fuzzed over as I fought off memories of the garden dedication ceremony, the smell of mulch and springtime.The woman forged on with that grim-but-caring smile. The whole sophomore class was herded outside for it last April. a fitting tribute, I think,” the woman concluded, finally. “Very fitting.” “Well, tell your mom I said hello.” “Will do.” This fib seemed more polite than asking her name. As always, I felt like a fraud, accepting condolences from strangers.She lives in a pink row house in Cincinnati, with a husband, two rescue dogs, and a closet full of impractical shoes. You will still be the Guy Who Peed His Pants as you walk across the stage to receive your diploma. The day before our junior year began, Tessa sat across from me in our booth at Alcott’s Books and Beans, reading while we hid from the August heat.