About Just Me:
New friends. One party. One picture. And all of a sudden, I’ve got no one. Just me.
All I want is to feel like I belong. I want friends who get me, the real me, the 15-year-old me. I want to move on from my childhood BFF and hang with a new crowd, go to parties, and live my best high school life. Is that too much to ask?
Turns out it’s hard to find the right friends at the all-girls school I’ve attended my whole life. Even trying to sit at a new lunch table is daunting, especially when I have to deal with manipulative queen bee Vivian.
And when I finally get invited to a real party, I can’t help feeling nervous about how the night will go. But it’s great, it’s fun, and I think I’m making progress with some new friends.
That is until I get blamed for a sexy picture that went up on social media after the party.
More alone and isolated than ever, how will I find the confidence to be okay with just being me? Who are my real friends now?
Could this one picture really change my life forever?
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Carolyn LaFave Fischer is a young adult fiction writer who lives in Michigan with her husband, three kids, and not much free time. She squeezes in writing during toddler nap times, imagining stories her former English students would like to read. She hopes her stories inspire young adults to be authentic, to be strong, and to have confidence in themselves.