You'd think that since I'm on summer break I'd be better at keeping up. I've been reading...just not posting. So, I'm going to use this post to catch up.
Brooke just knows that she and Scott belong together. Once she discovers that he's moving to New York, she has to follow him.
She moves in with her estranged father. She discovers that Scott has a girlfriend. School is the same...she's considered an underachiever for her IQ. She begins tutoring in an after school program.
Will Scott turn out to be the one? Or will love come from another place?
150 -- Dork Diaries: Tales From a Not-So-Talented Pop Star -- Rachel Russell
Nikki is trying to keep everyone at school from knowing that her father is the school exterminator. MacKenzie knows the truth and blackmails Nikki into being in the talent show with her.
In typical Nikki fashion, she doesn't let it bother her. What does get to her is that Brandon, her crush seems to have a thing for MacKenzie.
Nikki starts her own band to participate in the talent show with the hopes of winning a scholarship.
151 -- Darkness Becomes Her -- Kelly Keaton
Ari has always stood out with her teal eyes and silver hair.
She takes off on a journey to find information on her mother, Run. Her mother recently died and left her a letter praying that the same fate would that she met.
Ari travels to New 2, the new New Orleans. There she discovers that she's not the only different one. She discovers that she has ties to a prominent family who helped rebuild the city. Ari is also wanted by Athena. Yes, that Athena.
152 -- Hot, Sour, Salty, Sweet -- Sherri Smith
Ana is half Chinese and half African American.
It is her 8th grade graduation and nothing seems to be going right. All of her grandparents are here. They don't get along. During her Salutatorian speech, the gym catches on fire.
She's invited her crush and his family over. Now, her family has four hours to get their meal prepared. Throughout it all, Ana discovers that her family and their differences can come together to make one harmonious meal.
153 -- Unlocked -- Ryan Van Cleave
Andy is an outcast at school. He's made fun of because his father is the school janitor.
Blake is also an outcast. Rumors start that he has a gun in his locker.
Andy steals his father's keys to find out the truth. He confronts Blake about it. They bond over the gun. They go out shooting. Andy can't wait to hold it and shoot it.
Blake starts pulling away from Andy. He has a date circled on his calendar. Not knowing what this date means, should Andy report Blake?
154 -- Ten Things We Did (And Probably Shouldn't Have) -- Sarah Mlynowski
April has convinced her dad to let her spend her senior year living with a friend Vi. The secret that her dad doesn't know...Vi's mom is gone for the year too.
Left to their own devices, they buy a hot tub, visit Planned Parenthood, pay $5000 for their kitten to have surgery, and through a birthday party.
155 -- How They Croaked -- Georgia Bragg
The deaths of King Tut, Julius Caesar, Cleopatra, Christopher Columbus, Henry VII, Elizabeth I, Pocahontas, Galileo Galilei, Wolfgang Mozart, Marie Antoinette, George Washington, Napoleon Bonaparte, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Dickens, James A Garfield, Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, and Albert Einstein.
156 -- Living Dead Girl -- Elizabeth Scott
Alice was kidnapped at the age of ten. Since then, she has been living with Ray.
She's now fifteen and knows that it's just a matter of time until Ray disposes of her for a new Alice.
Instead, Ray decides that Alice needs to find them a young girl so that they can be a family.
157 -- By the Time You Read This, I'll be Dead -- Julie Anne Peters
Daelyn has tried several times to kill herself. She's been bullied since kindergarten.
This time, she's determined to do it right. She starts using www. through-the-light.com.
She meets Santana at school. He knows that something isn't right with Daelyn and tries to let her know that there are people who care for her.
Is it too late?
158 -- Putting Makeup on Dead People -- Jen Violi
It's her senior year and Donna must make some decisions about what to do with her life.
Since her father's death, she's just been going through the motions of living.
Liz, the new girl, helps her to realize that there is a life to live. Donna enrolls in college to become a mortician. She starts working at the local funeral home. She also realizes that other members of her family have moved on too.