A college reject moves to Hollywood to pursue an acting career in Leila Howland's Hello, Sunshine.
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The show may be Locked, but it certainly isn't loaded.
In honor of Paige's birthday, let's make a wish that Jake will disappear from this show.
It's lights, camera, action on the first day of shooting Locked.
Stay in school, kids. Unless you get cast in a major Hollywood franchise and then WHY BOTHER?
Paige discovers that she's not in Kansas anymore, and the yellow brick road is full of potholes.
Ladies and gentlemen, Paige Townsen has arrived.
Scrappy Little Nobody is the literary equivalent of a slumber party with Anna Kendrick. YES PLZ.
Paige Townsen grapples with the highs and lows of fame in Rebecca Serle's incredibly satisfying, ultra juicy follow-up to Famous in Love.
In Brent Hartinger's latest book, Russel Middlebrook and his boyfriend move to LA so Russel can make it big as a screenwriter. Nothing could be easier, right? I hope they don't end up Barefoot In the City of Broken Dreams.
In Antony John's latest, a boy named Seth goes from acting in a community theater play to being cast in the next Hollywood blockbuster. So why does he feel like everyone's an Imposter, including himself?
Reality TV is the new dystopia of YA. And if that means more books like this wildly entertaining read, we fully support this trend.
Get ready to swimfan over Rebecca Serle's Famous In Love.
Everything about Nina LaCour’s Everything Leads to You leads Mandy C. to determine that the book is a delightful read.
Posh reviews Heather Cocks & Jessica Morgan's Messy, which is just as fabulous as the Fug Girls themselves.
Well Played: A review of Spoiled by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan.