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Steph Bowe

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Average rating: 3.73 · 1,861 ratings · 270 reviews · 4 distinct works · Similar authors
Girl Saves Boy

3.70 avg rating — 1,411 ratings — published 2010 — 11 editions
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All This Could End

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“I hope you feel better about yourself. I hope you feel alive. I hope that good things happen to you, and I hope that when the inevitable bad things happen you can handle them and learn a lesson and move on. I hope you know you're not alone and I hope you spend plenty of time with your family and/or friends and I hope you write more and get a seven-figure book deal. I hope next year no more celebrities die and I hope you get an iPhone if you want one. Or maybe a pony. I hope someone writes a song for you on Valentines Day that's a bit like Hey There Delilah, and I hope they have a good singing voice, or at least one better than mine. I hope that you accept yourself the way you are, and figure out that losing 20 pounds isn't going to magically make you love yourself. I hope you read a lot. I hope you don't have to almost die to figure out how valuable life is. I hope you find the perfect nail polish/digital camera/home/life partner. I hope you stop being jealous of others. I hope you feel good, about yourself and the people around you and the world. I hope you eat heaps of salt and vinegar chips because they're the best kind. I hope you accomplish all your hopes & dreams & aspirations and are blissfully happy & get married to Edward Cullen/George Clooney/Megan Fox/Angelina Jolie (delete whichever are inappropriate) & ride a pretty white horse into the sunset & I hope it's all sweet and wonderful because you deserve it because you did well this year in the face of sparkly vampires/great evil/low self-esteem.”
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“Sometimes the hardest person in the world to talk to is your best friend, because it matters so much.”
Steph Bowe, Girl Saves Boy

“She was too dependent on what other people thought of her, and that was her downfall. She cared too much. She was only what other people saw in her—-that is, what she imagined they saw in her.”
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message 15: by Steph

Steph Bowe Amber wrote: "Thanks for the acceptance. I seriously wish I could buy your books where I live."

Thanks for adding me! I wish my books were available there! If you're one for buying books online, my publisher has free international shipping - for both All This Could End http://textpublishing.com.au/books-an... & Girl Saves Boy http://textpublishing.com.au/books-an... (though I personally prefer buying books from independent booksellers, there are tons of US books not available here, so Amazon seems to get a lot of my money!)


message 14: by Amber

Amber Forbes Thanks for the acceptance. I seriously wish I could buy your books where I live.


message 13: by Emma

Emma Thank you so much for adding me!!!I can't wait for your next books!


message 12: by Brooke (last edited Sep 18, 2010 08:53AM)

Brooke Hey Steph!

Just swinging past to let you know I picked up Girl Saves Boy from Borders today, I'm so excited to read it! Love the cover. My mum read the summary on the back and now she wants to steal it. I told her to go buy her own copy, help an Aussie author out :oP hope all is going well post-release!

Brooke :o) x


message 11: by Em

Em Congratulations on your new release!


Cass -  Words on Paper Thanks so much for friend requesting me! Hehe your profile pic is so pretty. :) You look so mature for 16, which I mean in the best possible way. Best of luck with the book...and I should get off to sleep now because it is past midnight. *yawn*
Just to let you know, I'm not entering your contest, because I have the intention of buying a copy, myself!


message 9: by Jaree

Jaree Francis Twilight fanfiction is up. 'No Apologies' edition >
http://www.goodreads.com/story/show/2...

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message 8: by Jaree

Jaree Francis Well hello, hello

- Jay


message 7: by Hilda

Hilda Thanks for accepting my friend invitation! I can't wait to read your book! :)


message 6: by Steph

Steph Bowe Sara wrote: "Thanks for accepting my friend request Steph! Your new book sounds absolutely amazing! :D"

Thanks, Sara!! :)


message 5: by Sara

Sara Shalash Thanks for accepting my friend request Steph! Your new book sounds absolutely amazing! :D


Brooke Awesome, Thanks Steph! I look forward to reading more about it! You're more than welcome (for support) too =]


message 3: by Steph

Steph Bowe Brooke wrote: "Hey Steph,

Probably a stupid question, but is there any information about your debut novel anywhere? I had a look on your blog and saw the article picture, but not what it was about (please forgiv..."


I actually have practically no information about my book online at the moment, and I've been meaning to put up a blurb for AGES.

I'm going to be putting up a blurb probably during March on my blog. I've also revealed little snippets of info about the book in recent interviews, which are listed here: http://heyteenager.blogspot.com/p/abo...

So I will let you know as soon as I figure out a decent blurb (I need to talk to my publishers about it...)! Thanks so much for the support :)


message 2: by Brooke (last edited Feb 21, 2010 10:21AM)

Brooke Hey Steph,

Probably a stupid question, but is there any information about your debut novel anywhere? I had a look on your blog and saw the article picture, but not what it was about (please forgive me if there was something there, I'm extremely sleep deprived today :oP), cos I'd really love to check out what it's about! I've got a lot of friends who read and I'd love to spread the word about a fellow Aussie (and a YA Author at that!) who deserves all the word of mouth she can get.

Brooke :o)


Robert Thanks so much for having me, Steph! Warmest regards to you!


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