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Girl by Blake Nelson

Girl by Blake Nelson

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Riveted By RivetedLit Updated Aug 07, 2017

Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, we're posting chapters from Blake Nelson's GIRL! If you've got questions or comments for Blake Nelson, post away-he'll be periodically checking Wattpad and responding!

Blake Nelson's cult favorite novel GIRL captures the moment when everything changes for one girl when her first love, first time, and first step outside of her comfort zone happen all at once.

Meet Andrea Marr: straight-A high school student, thrift-store addict, and princess of the downtown music scene. In the midst of the 90's, where the music scene was experiencing the deep impact of the grunge movement, Andrea's passion for music merges together with first love to lead her down a unique, yet universally relatable coming-of-age road.

  • 90s
  • coming-of-age
  • contemporary
  • grunge
  • love
  • music
  • realistic
  • teenfiction
mythicaIcreatures mythicaIcreatures Sep 07, 2017
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treadlightlychild treadlightlychild Jul 17, 2017
I'm actually a really slow talker, and I struggle to get my thoughts out onto paper. A lot of my family complains that I overexplain and/or take a while to finish getting a thought out. So I guess I'm not the average teen girl when it comes to talking. 😂😂😂😂
BlackjackTempest BlackjackTempest Jul 17, 2017
I talk very fast. I relate. People don't usually understand what I'm saying 😂
castiels_pizza218 castiels_pizza218 Jul 16, 2017
You're so talented, I appreciate you trying to reach an understanding of another point of view as an author
S-PERF S-PERF Aug 10, 2017
This it will be the first book that I am going to read in English of wattpad. It's to reinforce my English.
local_dreamer_13 local_dreamer_13 Jul 13, 2017
Honestly, that's me.
                              It's hard when you, like, have to try to, you know, avoid it in, like, interviews and things, you know?
                              (I actually do this sometimes but typing that out made me cringe so badly)