Marilyn just turned 16 and is a virgin who is discovering her erotic, angry self thru journaling. And it's her diary for godsake so she naughtily is candid but the scum coming to the surface is scaring her half to death. She’s smart not to want to just get screwed and jaded – yeah she has a Mensa IQ of 162 but that in and of itself isn't helping her with the emotional part. She's fuming about her troubled home life because it’s getting in the way of her self-realization. So she plods thru the emotional upheaval with the help of Dear G, her loving grandmother. BACKCOVER BLURB: JEP is the wild, juicy, and worrisome yet humorous thoughts of a horny virgin with Mensa IQ perfect test score of 162, who to save herself from entering "slutsville" takes a month after turning 16, to etch out like ink spots onto a page, the good (her grandmama), the bad (her intoxicated mother - the Bitch), the ugly (her potty mouth, anger, fear) and the beautiful (her botanical world) and place it all into her secret journal. She's a storyteller. So at times it's like she's writing an Oprah special with friends and enemies as the cast. As Marilyn states, “Yep the reason I'm writing this journal is to make the sex I want attractive. And to sort out my feelings. Right? It's not like I haven't kissed guys, but I'm not gonna waste time talkin' about those ditsy bitsy turn-ons, like most YA books I've read do. Trust me, I've tried to get savvy by reading 'em. Like they spend a freaking 100 pages just to get to the first kiss as if we are still in a Walt Disney world. Come on people! We teens are as close to Pompeii as it gets.”Über den Autor:
Author Lor Pearson was born in Chicago, became a teenage mother in Los Angeles, and now lives in Tampa area with her horse, Masquaw. Lor worked in Hollywood as an actress and in the record industry, during which time she began writing professionally with an award winning screenwriter. Among her published writings are short stories and two poetry books.. This is her first novel.
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