Well, let me set you all straight: not every Chick Lit book is a winner; some of them really are boring, predictable and just a plain waste of time! However, some earlier novels are exciting, light and frankly a breath of fresh air for anyone who wants escapism with a practical sense of reality. And as the genre evolves, the standard of writing has too. Writers such as Lindsey Kelk and Scarlett Bailey stride ahead with novels that are glamorous but realistic and genuinely get their audience excited about what they are reading. Sub-genres such as; “Marriage Lit” and “Christian Lit” have started springing up across the literary
One of the expectations of a successful novel is ‘Entertainment’ this is needed to keep a reader amused and not bored with the book. This can be done by providing many funny events, relationship highs and lows and of coarse drama. This is clearly shown throughout the whole book, but a main point of interest was at the beginning of the book when the author creates a humorous an witty situation when Josie is reading ‘Hot Pants’ magazine in
My favorite part of the plot was when he got played by his girlfriend C. The climax was when his girlfriend broke up with him a day before prom. D. The conclusion was a funny one because he came to the prom with a stripper and she left with his friend Section IV: Characters A. Looks: tall, dark-skinned, skinny, wavy hair. Personality fun, hyper class clown. Goals: To go to college.
She followed him to NYC, she went to the same school with him in nyc and etc. R-The reason they broke up was because, they never go on dates,he got her a stupid gift,he wanted to go tostupid stuff. S- Scott is the boy brooke love and i wants to be with but they are going to date but they are going to break up cause brooke said they are not how she pictured it. They are not happy. T-They went to the theme park and thats when she told john she liked him.
The film starred Marilyn Monroe as the blonde and Jane Russell as her wise brunette friend. The Encyclopedia of Hair describes Monroe's role as that of "a fragile woman who relied rather on her looks rather than on intelligence - what some people refer to as 'dumb blond'. At the same time, in the film she demonstrates a certain amount of wit regarding her life position expressed in her hit "Diamonds are the girl's best friend". And when her fiancé's father (who initially disliked her but eventually was impressed) asked her why she pretends to be dumb, she answers that men prefer this way.” (Wikipedia) Marilyn Monroe was one of the most famous Celebrities to use her looks to get what she wants. She was not afraid to flaunt herself at men and the media.
This is a fun dramatic story that lets the audience laugh and cry with Janie and her friends, but fails to deliver in the way of explaining the characters actions through the analysis of human nature. To decide what side you agree with you have to get the book and read it for yourself, I’m sure afterwards you will feel exactly as I
Kristina would start to feel the eager to need the Crank and did anything to get it. She went through many boys thinking she was in love with all of them, but she figures out that the monster is what makes her believe she was in love, but at the end she ends up a beautiful son but no father or boyfriend. All she had was her
The next song is “fashion girl”; this shows us Cher is fashionable. Then “just a Girl” is played to try and say Cher is a normal teenage girl living a “way normal” teenage life but she definitely does not. When Dion gets to school she is met by her boyfriend .As he walks over to Dion he walks to the beat o the hip ho music. They also have camera shot of behind him to show his baggy pant and “sexy” bum. There also a sudden boy pushed off camera.
“Jinxed Emotions” In the short story, Jinx, Aimee Bender focuses on two young girls, Tina and Cathy, who are inseparable. They enter a poster store to discover a very cute boy. One of the girls ends up kissing the boy and the other girl goes home. This act ends up ruining their friendship. Bender carries the reader through the life and mind of these teenage girls.
This precious book of love, this unbound lover, To beautify him only lacks a cover. The fish lives in the sea, and ’tis much pride For fair without the fair within to hide. That book in many’s eyes doth share the glory That in gold clasps locks in the golden story. So shall you share all that he doth possess By having him, making yourself no less. LADY CAPULET (to JULIET) What do you say?