Then, I was on the last few sentences -
"Written in a light, easy style, Tuesday's story of emotional emancipation is one that any teenager can appreciate. Eadie's work stands out from the usual teen novel: It doesn't glamorize Tuesday's celebrity life but highlights the loneliness it brings. The protagonist is a well-drawn, likable heroine whose impossible home life makes her sympathetic.
An insightful but also fun tale about a young celebrity taking charge of her life."
So thrilled as you can imagine if you've ever been critiqued. I'm also riding that Cloud Nine for finishing my work-in-progress - LYING DOWN IN WIREGRASS. I really enjoyed writing this young adult story. The characters were so much fun I wish they were friends of mine! Hoping to submit it soon - but first must have it edited. And, I'm sure you writers understand that necessity.
If you're interested in reading the KIRKUS REVIEW here's the link: