Author has written 3 stories for Hannah Montana, and Twilight.
Your One and Only Wish
1. Write the name of a person of the opposite sex.
2. Which is your favorite color out of red, black, blue, green, yellow?
3. Your first initial?
4. Your month of birth?
5. Which colour do you like more, black or white?
6. Name of a person of the same sex as yours.
7. Your favorite number?
8. Do you like California or Florida more?
9. Do you like the lake or the ocean more?
10. Write down a wish (a realistic one).
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1. You are completely in love with this person.
2. If you choose:
Red: You are alert and your life is full of love.
Black: You are conservative and aggressive.
Green: Your soul is relaxed and you are laid back.
Blue: You are spontaneous and love kisses and affection from the ones you
Yellow: You are a very happy person and give good advice to those who are
3. If your initial is:
A-K: You have a lot of love and friendships in your life.
L-R: You try to enjoy life to the maximum and your love life is soon to
S-Z: You like to help others and your future love life looks very good.
4. If you were born in:
Jan.-Mar.: The year will go very well for you and you will discover that you
fall in love with someone totally unexpected.
Apr.-June: You will have a strong love relationship that will not last long but
the memories will last forever.
July-Sept.: You will have a great year and will experience a major life
changing experience for the good.
Oct.-Dec.: Your love life will not be too great, but eventually you will find your
5. If you choose...
Black: Your life will take on a different direction, it will seem hard at the time
but will be the best thing for you, and you will be glad for the change.
White: You will have a friend who completely confides in you and would do
anything for you, but you may not realize it.
6. This person is your best friend.
7. This is how many close friends you have in a lifetime.
8. If you choose...
9. If you choose...
10. This wish will come true only if you RE-POST THIS BULLETIN in one hour and it will come true before your next birthday!
Enjoy!!Try Not To Cry
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also if you have a myspace is my URL to my myspace
I definatley DON'T apprciate people tearing them down. So what, they've changed. I'm sure you have to. But, hey...Their personalitys are still the same, sure they changed their looks and stuff, but their still the same sweet boys on the inside as they always have been. If you are one of these people who think they've changed, then your not a true fan. Yes, Nick hit puberty, so his voice changed, it didn't change his personality. Yes, Joe's hair is longer and he dresses different, he's still the same Joseph Jonas he has been. Yes, Kevin's hair is longer also, he dresses slightly different, but he's still the sweetest Jonas' boy of them all. Your hurting them BADLY by saying you don't like the new them, would you like it if you were famous and people were all, "I don't like them, they've changed!" NO, didn't think so. It's frustrating the crap out of me. They still make great music, their still adorable, they still love their loyal fans they have, their NOT full of it like most celebs, and they still have the same personality's they've had these past 3 years! It breaks my heart to see their fans tearing them apart, they've thanked you and loved you and so much more and you say negative crap? That's messed up. I am beyond mad at all you people that call yourselves "fans" because of their looks. Your NOT a fan, unless you can state almost every fact about them, LOVE their music, and just love them all together for the outstanding personalities. I have not met one boy like them in my whole life, their sweet, honest, and full of life. You may not notice your hurting them, but their people to and have feelings just like the rest of us. So think before you open your mouth and talk about them. That's all I have to say. Agree with me, ADD THIS TO YOUR PAGE THEN!
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Girls Don't realize these things;
But most of all
Ladies always complain and gripe to their friends that there is never any good guys out there, and they always end up with assholes who mistreat them. Well ladies, next time you're complaining, maybe look up to see who you're complaining to, maybe that special someone is right there hanging on your every word as usual, screaming in his head "Why won't you give me a chance?"
If you're a guy and you agree with this letter, copy and paste into your profile as 'I'm sorry'
If You're one of the FEW girls with enough BALLS to copy and paste this into your profile, and you would never make your guy feel this way, copy and paste into your profile as 'Girls Don't Realize These Things'
Put Your iTunes, Windows Media Player, ETC on Shuffle.
What would you say about your boyfriend?
you drive me crazy -britney spears
2.What is the first thing you say in the morning?
fearless- taylor swift
3. Your teacher is...
the tide is high atomic kitten
4. What's written on your classroom's blackboard?
Deliver Us - prince of egypt
5. How would you describe your next door neighbours?
boom boom pow- black eyed peas
6. What would your Best Friend say about you?
kiss the girl (dance remix) what im stright
7. How do you feel right now?
toxic- britney spears
8.What's on your bedside table right now?
picture to burn taylor swift
9.What did you do when you woke up this morning?
behind theses hazel eyes- kelly clakson 9my eyes are blue
10. When you open your wardrobe you see...
reach out hilary duff
11. What did you say after you last attended a concert?
i'll make a man out of you mulan
12. If you had to write a FanFic right now, what would it be called?
a girl worth fighting for mulan
13. A song you would sing at your school's talent show?
lion king theme song
14. Your life's theme song?
beautiful dirty rich lady gaga
15. How would you describe what you are doing this moment?
part of your world the little mermaid
16. If you had to go and jump of a building, what would your last words be?
17. Your motto is...
I'd lie taylor swift
18. If you could by anything in this world you'd buy...
stronger kanye west
19. What did you dream about tonight?
piece of me
20. Any last words?
don't waste your time
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Advice to Young Writers
So many of you have been sending me emails asking me for writing tips. So I thought I would put some of my thoughts down here about writing and the writing business. This is what works for me. It might not work for everybody.
1. Getting Started
The story begins to take off in a different direction, so I chuck the outline. But when this happens, I write a new outline. Outlines are the blueprints of stories. It will also keep you working, since you will see how far along you need to go. In general I write 10-20 page outlines, with a paragraph for each chapter in the book, describing the action that will occur in that chapter.
2. Begin Writing and Don’t Stop
The three-day writing week usually results in a solid ten to twenty pages. The manic work that happens during deadline crunch can result in anywhere from twenty to fifty pages a day. This is when the novel really happens.
Before I had my baby, when I was not on deadline, sometimes I didn’t work at all. I went to the movies, I went shopping, I hung out with my friends, I tanned by the pool, I read a ton of magazines. But that only lasted for a week or two. Most of the time I’m banging it out. Which means I force myself to sit at my desk and write.
Now that I am a mother, the time that I am not writing is spent with my child. I try to read magazines and watch TV when she is asleep.
When I did not make a living as a writer, I wrote AT EVERY CHANCE I COULD GET. I was a computer consultant at a major bank, but I would say I spent six hours writing to the two hours I spent working on my computer programs. I also spent weekends writing.
3. Cliffhangers are Key
I got schooled in crafting page-turning cliffhangers because I used to write a serial novel in GOTHAM magazine called “The Fortune Hunters”. My story appeared every month, and every month I would end it on a cliffhanger to keep readers interested in reading the next story, which they would have to wait a whole month for. Apparently, it worked. The serial novel was very successful, and I even sold it as an adult novel. But I have not had time to whip it into shape for publication, so we will all have to wait for that for now. (I even had to return the money!)
But writing THE FORTUNE HUNTERS taught me how to write cliffhangers. Also reading Michael Crichton novels. Those taught me about cliffhangers too. And of course, the best advice to any writer is to READ. You can’t be a writer without being a reader.
4. Always Say Yes To Everything
All through my writing career, I have taken EVERY assignment offered to me. In addition to big-name magazines, I have written for obscure websites, shopping catalogs, health and fitness magazines, free newsweeklies, blogs, anything and everything. I have written about my family, my sex life, my staggering credit card debt. I have endured humiliation and good-natured ribbing. I have survived to write about it. Did I want to dress up as a man and crash my husband’s bachelor party? YES! Did I want to try out every position in the karma sutra and write about it? YES! Did I want to go around New York and ask men to tell me the length of their bananas and see if they could get women to date them if they wore their inches on a t-shirt on their chest? Um...er...do I really have to..oh well..YES!
These days, I have the luxury of being able to say no to things. I would say yes to everything still, but I found saying yes was taking away from my main job of writing the books. Writing books is the only thing I have time for right now.
BTW, I only worked with Alloy on the Au Pairs series. Everything else (Blue Bloods, Angels, Ashleys, Social Life, etc.) is mine and mine alone. I just add this because people ask, and that is the answer. But I loved working with Alloy and wholly recommend working with them. If they come calling, say YES!
5. But Don’t Sell Yourself Short Either
Book advances are NOTORIOUSLY low for first-time novelists. Mine paid for three months’ rent and living expenses in New York, and that was it. (And I lived in a rent-stabilized apartment! Still, it wasn’t as small as some others I’ve heard. I’ve heard unagented writers are offered 1500 for a book. I mean, my god. That’s not even enough for a Chloe Paddington these days!) So you need to push. Ask for more. Or don’t sell them all the rights. Definitely not your movie/film rights. Hold on to stuff. MAKE YOUR AGENT WORK FOR YOU. In the end, you have to be the judge of your work. You know how much it’s worth. Publishers can always say no, but most of the time, they will try to say yes.
A CAVEAT: If you’ve pushed and pushed and pushed and they still won’t budge, take the money and do the job.
I’ve written about fashion shows, sample sales, private school, the Hamptons, all subjects that I am very familiar with. But I’ve also written about surfing, skateboarding, college radio stations, and other subjects I’m not so familiar with. I’ve always been interested in surfing, skateboarding, and college radio, but I didn’t know so much about them so I did research. I love doing research. I love figuring out subcultures and learning new slang. It widens my horizons as a writer. So don’t be afraid to tackle new subjects, writing about what you don’t know can be fun too.
7. Finally, live a little
Also, a lot of the fun in my books is inspired by the REAL fun I had going to clubs, covering fashion shows, trying to get into all those crazy parties, dancing on tables with my friends, indulging in a lot of boyfriend/girlfriend drama. I went out there and experienced life. I recently read about a young writer who had published her first novel (a teen romance) and she said she had never even been kissed! How can you write about boys if you don’t know what they are like? If you have never even had a boyfriend? I was quite appalled. I don’t want to read a romance from someone who has never experienced love. Puh-leeze.
So, get out there. Kiss tons of boys. Fight with your girlfriends. Go to a lot of parties. Spend too much money. Have FUN. Fall in love. Fall out of love. Make mistakes. Wear platform shoes and trip on them.
Then, a few years later, write about it. You have all the time in the world to be a writer, but you are only young and can fit into that size 2 Betsey Johnson silver micro-mini skirt once. (Ah, I remember that skirt very fondly. It came up to my upper thigh, barely covering my butt, and it got me in a lot of trouble with many cute boys.)
8. All the Usual Stuff…
A lot of really great writing advice is already out there-- see Stephen King’s On Writing and Anne Lamott’s Bird by Bird and Lawrence Block’s Telling Lies For Fun and Profit.
On this page, I have tried to answer questions you guys have sent me, essentially, how do you write a fun and glam page-turner like the Au Pairs, or a sexy thriller like Blue Bloods. I hope I’ve helped.
A very successful friend of mine in Hollywood (who has a new show coming out this September on a big network and she’s the EXECUTIVE PRODUCER hello!) says, the world is ALWAYS looking for new voices, new writers. If you have talent and determination, you will succeed in this business.
PS - I recently devoured and very much enjoyed Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love, and she has sometoo. There are many different kinds of writers in the world, and it gets easier when you figure out what kind of writer you are. For example, I once thought I would be the kind of writer who wrote self-conscious poetry and published small books titled "Epiphanies." LOL! I mean, gack, Epiphanies?? It turned out I was much, MUCH better at writing about partying nannies and hot vampires!
author of blue blood
True friends equel,
u cry i cry
u fight i fight
u jump off a bridge
i get a paddleboat,
and save your stupid ass.
if you would do that for your friend copy and paste onto your profile
jacob got run over
by a reindeer
you can say theres no such thing as santa
but as for me and
edward, we believe
people who hate twilight, go jump off a cliff and take miley cyrus with you
copy and paste if you agree with this
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