• Title: Movie Girl
  • Author: Christina Hamlett
  • ISBN: 9781432718541
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • Movie Girl Behind Every Great Romance is a Struggling Writer Can Life really imitate Art When sopho Laurie Preston is chosen to be lead screenwriter for a movie her high school is producing she sees the chance
    Behind Every Great Romance is a Struggling Writer Can Life really imitate Art When sopho Laurie Preston is chosen to be lead screenwriter for a movie her high school is producing, she sees the chance of a lifetime to scribble a romantic script that will finally make the boy of her dreams say the words she s been longing to hear Unfortunately, the senior hottie who woBehind Every Great Romance is a Struggling Writer Can Life really imitate Art When sopho Laurie Preston is chosen to be lead screenwriter for a movie her high school is producing, she sees the chance of a lifetime to scribble a romantic script that will finally make the boy of her dreams say the words she s been longing to hear Unfortunately, the senior hottie who won her star struck heart from the very first moment she saw him has yet to discover she even exists.

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    1. I found Movie Girl, by Christina Hamlett, fascinating. Christina Hamlett is a former actress and theatre director. She is an award-winning author, a ghostwriter for The Penn Group, and professional script consultant. She has 25 books, 125 plays, and 5 optioned feature films. She resides with her husband in Pasadena, California.When high school sophomore, Laurie Preston, is picked to write a screenplay for a movie her school is producing, she finds it is the perfect opportunity to write a romance [...]

    2. Have you ever liked someone so much that you began assuming they shared your affection and admiration? This type of mental outlook clouds our reality and causes us not to see what is really happening around us. The relationship with the person who was truly meant for us doesn't have a chance to blossom because we are so attached to the outcome that we can't see past what we think should happen. This is the case with Laurie Preston in Movie Girl.The story begins when the would-be lovers are barel [...]

    3. Reviewed by Theresa L. Stowell for TeensReadTooLaurie has been in love with Arthur Jerome Weisberg, aka Artie, since he moved into her neighborhood when he was twelve and she was ten. Ever since, she has been recording such Artie-centered details as the number of times she sees him in a day, his clothing choices, and his daily snack preferences (i.e. Snickers over Kit Kats and Pepsi not Coke) in her computer diary, signing each entry with the name she will have when they marry: Laurie Weisberg.W [...]

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