tmiBook TItle: TMI
Author: Sarah Quigley
# of pages: 302
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile (April 16, 2009)

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the most dreaded phrase in all the land for Becca, also
known as the Overshare Queen

Becca’s tendency for oversharing–confessing all of her business to anyone willing to listen–never seemed like a problem to her until she gets into serious trouble blabbing about her sweet, band-geek boyfriend’s sloppy kisses. Becca wonders: is it better to resist the temptation to talk? Can she break her overshare addiction? And how does someone kick a lifelong TMI habit?
She simply must spill, but rather than overshare face-to-face, Becca decides to blog anonymously about everything instead. On her blog, too much information, Becca unleashes her alter ego, Bella. Bella tells it like it is… though perhaps with a bit more drama. After all, no one she knows is actually going to read it, right?

Okay, so Becca has a problem with telling her friends (Katie and Jai when he eventually moves to their town) everything about herself. And what not even if it’s something her friends don’t wanna know. Then she makes a new years resolution, to stop oversharing. But then she has trouble doing that, so Becca ends up creating a blog of her own that’s anonymous enough to her because she changes everyone’s names. Hmm.. The blogging part was really cool.

The plot is original. TMI also a book that teaches something to those young ones that seem to like telling every single detail about themselves to people. The ending was quite believable especially after reading all of the perfect endings in some books, it’s nice to have a change.


Listening To: Over My Head (Cable Car) by The Fray
Mood: review writing time!

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