Posted by: kitkat | August 1, 2006

Author of the month – Lauren Myracle

Lauren Myracle

Lauren Myracle

ttfn (Ta Ta for Now)
Welcome to the Generation Gap. If you haven’t figured it already, the title is instant-message lingo for “ta-ta for now.” ttfn is the sequel to ttyl, a word-of-mouth bestseller written entirely in instant messages. This novel tracks Maddie, Zoe, and Angela as they navigate through the difficult waters of 11th grade.

The Fashion Disaster that Changed My Life
Alli longs to be popular, but fate just keeps conspiring to make her totally uncool. Who else would be humiliated by a piece of her mom’s underwear stuck to her butt by static cling? Despite the fact that Alli is certain the universe is plotting against her, she does eventually break into the inner circle of seventh-grade cool. But nothing is as she expected, and there’s ugliness lurking behind even the prettiest face. Alli bares it all to her journal as she figures out where she fits in and, most important of all, what it means to be a real friend.

Rhymes with Witches
Jane dreams of being chosen as the freshman member a dominant school clique made up of one girl from each class. When her wish is granted, and she is offered a place in their group, Jane discovers the terrible price of their particular kind of popularity. There is a sinister secret to their power, one that will change Jane forever.

ttyl (Talk to You Later)
An epistolary novel for the 21st century, this sharp, funny, and true-to-life breakout hit about friendship is told entirely in instant messages. And Internet-savvy teens have fallen in love with flirty Angela (SnowAngel), moody Maddie (mad maddie), and good girl Zoe (zoegirl) and their frank perceptions about a tumultuous tenth-grade semester.

Kissing Kate
Sixteen-year-old Lissa’s relationship with her best friend changes after they kiss at a party and Lissa does not know what to do, until she gets help from an unexpected new friend



  1. I love you book ttfn do you think you could make one when (snowangle),(zoegirl),(madmaddie) grow up and unite

  2. Umm I’m just the librarian. I didn’t write the book. You may want to go to Lauren Myracle’s website and ask her yourself.

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