booboo's picture

*phew* juz came back from visiting astro.it was cool watching how people work there,so many staffs.
the good news is that i've finish reading the book 'keeping you a secret', the most interesting book i've ever read and i finish it in like 3 days.i know it's long but i can say that's the fastest book i've ever read. normally it takes me weeks to finish a book. crazy huh. and how i wish i'm either Cece or holland where they can find their partner. i'm so sick of being single and alone.
i'm planning to re-read the book..keke

that's all la..


whateversexual_llama's picture

Keeping You a Secret is an am

Keeping You a Secret is an amazing book... probably my all-time favortie. You should read Julie Anne Peters's other books.

Be yourself. Because if you're busy being someone else, then who's gonna be you?

Sunny Rays's picture

Amazing isn't it. It's better

Amazing isn't it. It's better on the second read.

When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself.

vel's picture

More books

I know books can be a hugely important outlet when you're young and gay, so I'll recommend some more I really enjoyed and found important in addition to "Keeping You a Secret."

Annie on My Mind (Nancy Garden)
Good Moon Rising (Nancy Garden)
The Year they Burned the Books (Nancy Garden)
Empress of the World (Sara Ryan)
Dare Truth or Promise (Paula Boock)
Girl Walking Backwards (Bett Williams)
Love Rules (Marilyn Reynolds)

There are a lot more too. Let me know if you want more suggestions, I hope that you can find some of these. :)

Love and Peace,