A happy Monday to you all and a happy spirit week at that! In honor of the book release of Will the Real Prince Charming Please Stand Up?, we’re hosting Westgate Prep Spirit Week!
What does that mean? First off, we have some fun posts scheduled in honor of WTRPCPSU, such as Looks From Books AND we’ll be sharing pics of us from high school! (I’ll even share my freshman photo… despite the fact that it’s quite embarrassing!)
But we also have opportunities for YOU to participate! You know how there are always themed days during spirit week at school? We have those too! See the schedule:
To participate, share your school spirit on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #WGPspirit. Every participant (who uses the hashtag) will be entered in a drawing to win some WTRPCPSU swag!
We would love to see your Westgate Prep school spirit, and Ella Martin would too! Feel free to tag us in your entries!
Ella Martin: @westgateprep
The Girls in Plaid Skirts: @girlsinplaidskirts
Ella Martin: @WestgatePrep
The Girls in Plaid Skirts: @thegirlsinplaid
Get pumped up for spirit week by reading the first chapter of Will the Real Prince Charming Please Stand Up?, and don’t forget to add it to your Goodreads!
Right fairy tale. Wrong guy.
Happily Ever After only happens with the right guy. It’s a tiny but important detail most fairy tales choose to leave out. But what happens when the princess rides off into the sunset with Prince Charming, only to discover he’s not so charming, after all?
Bianca Sullivan thinks she’s a pretty average girl. Sure, her brother may be the super-stud captain of the football team, but that’s her only claim to fame –- until her friends’ social experiment turns her into the new It girl of the Sophomore class, and she captures the attention of the most popular guy in her grade. Ecstatic to introduce the world to her first boyfriend, she’s trying to enjoy being wooed by the ultimate heartthrob. But no one’s ever told her what to do when her friends hate her boyfriend and Prince Charming starts acting like a control-freaky misogynist. And as if deciding whether to trust Prince Charming, her friends, or her own instincts wasn’t hard enough, being around her brother’s best friend is making her head all fuzzy, too. Oh, if only love was as simple as fairy tales make it out to be…
Ella Martin is a prep school survivor and a Southern California native. She writes books about spunky teenagers who are way cooler than she ever was, and she totally believes in love and happy endings. She likes sunny places and is terrified of snowy winters, so she now lives in Florida with her husband and son.