"Man I love this book, I can't get enough of their personality. All of them are so unique I love it!" - jrod567
Tristan looked to Elliot, his brown eyes studying her.
"How are the readings going?" he asked.
Elliot glared at the far wall.
"I want to shoot my left knee cap," she replied.
"A natural response. Is it because you favor your right?"
"No, not particularly," Elliot said.
"So the issue is...?"
"I found the most amazing writer."
"Damn! I hate when that happens," Tristan said.
Is it better to write well, or to be well known?
Elliot McKenzie is a prolific YA writer. Having published four books by the time she left high school, she is ready to branch out. For her fifth novel, she decided to use dual point of views. Wanting the male point of view to ring true, she needs a co-author.
In her search for a co-author, she encounters Beck Daniels, a cocky introvert with the habit of speaking his mind. After their first meeting, Beck is the last person Elliot wants to work with. That is, until she reads his writing. As they begin to write together, Beck challenges Elliot's formulaic and clichéd writing, while Elliot calls out Beck's self-sabotage and procrastination.
Mix in a crazy family, her sister's wedding and a publishing deadline; and Elliot might discover she has more of a voice then she thought.
"This story!! Seriously, I'm already hooked! It's so refreshing to read something that's not cliche and the typical highschool romance..." - thequ4rterric4n
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