For What It's Worth

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Giveaway! How to Rock Break-Ups and Make-Ups by Meg Haston


After a humiliating tumble down the social ladder, Kacey Simon is back on top, where she belongs. She's lost her lisp, traded in her Coke-bottle glasses for contacts, and learned that brutal honesty isn't always the best policy. Best of all, she's made up with Zander and her BFFs and reclaimed her spot as Gravity's lead singer. Her life is pitch-perfect—until Zander's ex-girlfriend, Stevie, arrives in town.

Marquette Middle hasn't seen a girl with such killer style and impressive vocals since... well, Kacey herself. Boys want to date Stevie, girls want to be her, and Kacey wants to boot her butt out of Chicago ASAP. But when Kacey reverts to her mean-girl ways to take Stevie down, will she lose the band—and Zander—for good?

It's not easy for a star to share the spotlight, but the show must go on in Meg Haston's stylish and clever sequel to How to Rock Braces and Glasses. ~ Goodreads | Amazon | Read an excerpt


This is a cute YA series following Kacey Simon. In How To Rock Braces and Glasses Kacey went from Queen Bee to socially awkward after being forced to wear coke-bottle glasses and braces. But she may have found something better with the cute boy in the skinny jeans and as lead singer with his band.

The series continues with book #2 – How To Rock Break-Ups and Make-Ups. Kacey is falling in love for the first time, dealing with jealousies and blended families and trying not to fall into her old manipulative habits. All while trying to keep the fragile dynamics of the band in tact.

This is a great series for the younger teenager. Kacey isn’t always perfect and stumbles along the way but there are great lessons about self-esteem and learning to respect other people’s feelings.



The lovely people from Little Brown Kids have given me a hardcover copy of How To Rock Break-Ups and Make-Ups to giveaway!

Enter using the Rafflecopter form below!

US only

Ends Sunday, December 23rd, 12:00am EST

a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. I have a niece who's about to turn 12. I bet she'd love this series -- it sounds cute!

    1. That would be a good age for this series. It's sweet - not too over the top in the romance department.

  2. Ditto what rissatoo said! I have a niece that age too and I think she'd love this series as well (hey, even I think it sounds adorable). I vaguely remember at that age I was immersed in Judy Blume. :)