Simon becomes more attracted to Tania, but is unable to strike up a conversation with her.
Determined to catch her eye, even though he knows she is out of his league, he asks his closest friend, Mark, for her number.<>Will he be able to...more
This is such a lovely book because it shows hidden love in a boy to a new girl at his school. This is rated five star because it is like a great book to read if it's just a rainy or snowy day. I believe others should read this book because it relaxes people in the flow of the story
Simon is in ninth grade and is known as an outsider. He doesn't take part in many school activities, he plays guitar and has a crush on the new girl named Tania, who is in eighth grade.
Tania, although the new girl, becomes quickly popular and because of her beauty has boys calling 'dibs' on her.
Even for a short story I found this ended quite abruptly, although I did enjoy the story as a whole, I'm not sure if I would continue reading the story if it were continued in a ...more
This story, however, didn't make any impact on me. It was extremely short, and I didn't see much of any point in the entire thing. It was free and it was on my kindle, so I'm glad I can check off another read off my large kindle list.
Simon is in 9th grade and has is eyes on Tania the new girl in 8th grade.
When he calls ther "The Devil" he has her attention.
He then builds some courage to give her a call.
I didn't feel anything for this story, can't even identify what it should be. But I guess it's young adult short.
She started blogging in January 2009 and developed an interest in writing in August 2009.
She has completed her first short story, The Call, which is loosely based on her own high school romance.
Recently, she concluded book one and two of her vampire miniseries, called “Bitt ...more