Last week I asked you to tweet me some of the lessons you learned reading the Clique series. I asked you to make me proud and you didn’t disappoint. In no particular order, here are my top five favorite #CliqueLessons.
It was my biggest insecurity in the past, but the Clique has taught me to never worry about my body image.
2) Twitter Claire
The Clique taught me that people like Claire Lyons have more strength than most people in the world.
I learned that sometimes the best friends come in unstylish packaging.
I learned that being in the “in crowd” isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
5) Kathy’s is a three-parter but her lessons were so good I included them all. She learned…
If people don’t like you for who you are, they’re not right for you. Don’t ever change to suit them.
Wit and wisdom can take you a long way.
Never lose sight of the people who really matter to you.
Want to know what I learned from writing the Clique? Here are my personal top five #CliqueLessons:
1) People, regardless of age, connect with the idea of wanting to fit in.
2) Young adult readers are far more intelligent than most old adult readers assume.
3) True success comes more from knowing I’m connecting with an audience than the number of books I sell.
4) The fact that I can make myself laugh hysterically while writing is the coolest thing ever. Also the weirdest.
5) Stop a series when you feel like your characters have learned their lessons. If you keep going after that, you risk being known as the series that used to be good before it jumped the shark.
Now who’s learned from Pretenders?