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04 July 2009 @ 12:46 am
Is it just me or does Meg make all of her main characters tall? I've been reading a lot of her books lately and it seems that everyone is above 5'5. I noticed that she herself is also tall.
Mood: curious
13 June 2009 @ 12:10 pm

... hope you like it :)
30 May 2009 @ 01:26 pm

This community has been extremely quiet as of late! 
I was wondering what everyone's thoughts are of the AIRHEAD series?
I just went out and got BEING NIKKI, and I like it so far. It makes me think a lot of Mia, though. Some of it sounds like things she would have said as well.

I haven't really read many of Meg's more adult oriented books, like the BOY series. Are they good?
I read the Queen of Babble series and enjoyed it very much.

I would love to hear your thoughts! 

<3, Christine
Mood: chipper
Music: Michael Buble
06 February 2009 @ 12:32 pm
[1-11] Text (Forever Princess, Animorphs: The Radio Drama, UNCENSORED)
[12-17] Alexis Bledel, Katie McGarth
[18-24] Ballet, Stock
[25-27] Stock banners

up in our bedroom after the war
13 January 2009 @ 03:32 pm
MIA'S INTERVIEW WITH TEENSTYLE: http://www.megcabot.com/princessdiaries/teenstyle.html

13 January 2009 @ 02:38 pm

Also, let's get this place moving. Reply with your favorite Meg Cabot book quote. The best one will be put at the top of the page, so comment on other people's quotes that you like!
06 December 2008 @ 06:37 pm
03 December 2008 @ 10:19 pm

Author: Meg Cabot
Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books, 2008 
Genre: Teenage Fiction

Emerson and Nikki have absolutely nothing in common. Emerson's a tomboy-superbrain who couldn't care less about her looks. Nikki's a supermodel sensation and the world's most famous airhead. But a freak accident causes the girls' lives to collide in the most extraordinary way ...

First up: I think the blurb above is lying. Emerson cares more than she lets on about her looks and Nikki is not necessarily the airhead that people - more specifically, Em - think she is. That, however, seems to be the point Cabot is trying illustrate in this novel. 

The book is slow to start. Em spends a lot of time whining about her situation way past the point where she should've started being proactive for the sake of the plot. That aside, once it picks up, this book is extremely hard to put down!  

Cabot wouldn't be Cabot without her quick-witted humour and endearing dramatics and this book definitely doesn't disappoint. If you don't plan on buying the next two in the series I urge you to put the book down now! Once you get to the last page of Airhead you'll be wanting to bang down Meg's door for the sequal.

4.5 stars.
Mood: cheerful
18 August 2008 @ 07:55 pm

Has anyone read the third book on the Queen of Babble series?? I've read the book is available but i'd like to know what you think about it

02 April 2008 @ 04:51 pm
OMG!! AAG is back on?!?!!