Thursday, July 29, 2010

Happy Birthday Lisi!!

Heyy people!

Today's Lisi's Birthday!! Happy Birthday Lisi!!

Here's the 'Product Description' I found for A Tale Of Two Pretties, the 14th Clque book, and sadly the last.
Out February 2011.

Massie Block has long led the Pretty Committee--through boy drama, clique mutinies, and jealous wannabe attacks--while always in ah-dorable outfits. Over the past thirteen novels, avid fans of Massie, Alicia, Dylan, Kristin, and Claire, have made The Clique one of the premier bestselling series in the world. After the myriad of juicy escapades, the Clique is finally ready for their curtain call.
The Clique . . . the only thing harder than getting in is saying goodbye.
[Out October 5th] Belle of the Brawl, the next Alpha book
Follow The Clique on Twitter : @TheClique
Enter to win a Clique Package [Clique series and Clique: Diss and Make Up DS game]  here.
If you haven' t had the chance click here to read the first four chapters of Monster High. (comes out Sept!)
Melody Carver

· New nose
· Serious crush on Jackson, her new geek-chic neighbor
· Vintage tee, black jeans, and pink Converse
Melody and her family left 90210 for the fresh air of Salem, Oregon. After shedding her old camelhump nose and constant asthma attacks, Melody finally gets to be “the pretty one” at Merston High. Too bad she feels like a fraud . . . until she meets Jackson. But is he hiding something too? Could it be related to the totally bizarre rumors about . . . monster sightings?

Frankie Stein
· New . . . well, everything is new
· Dreams about Brett—who has a super-jealous girlfriend
· Scratchy wool pantsuit (but prefers a bebe mini and cashmere tank)
Frankie has lived in Salem all her life—but then again, she’s only been alive for fifteen days. She sets out to conquer high school, boys, and shopping, in that order. Unfortch, people freak over Frankie’s mint-green skin instead of applauding her voltage fashion sense. If she wants to fit in as a “normie” at Merston High, she’s going to have to hide a monster of a secret. Instead, she risks it all for a stolen kiss—a mistake that could cost her everything.

Melody and Frankie try to put the chic in freak. But are the normies at Merston High ready for a makeover? Can a monster survive in a normie world?

My Little Phone OUT AUG 3rd!!

First Kuh-laire ditched the PC—now Landon Crane wants to lip-kiss! What's Massie to do, but seek revenge and lip-diss until she's sure her pucker is perfectly prepped? The faux must fall so the real can shine in MY LITTLE PHONY.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Post It


long time no post. I'm sure most of you have been following Lisi's Blah-g and read the first 3 chapters of her new book Monster High.
If you have, you would have also been informed on the making of a Clique series with real actors.

I found this on Elizabeth's official website. It seems she will be doing a new project named 'First Day'.
Bank & Reed sounds like a soldered old New York law firm, but in this case it’s the twosome of Josh Bank and Tripp Reed, the two Alloy Entertainment execs overseeing their newly formed digital division and its first official digital slate of three new original web series coming this summer and fall.

The three series will release back-to-back, with the first up being, First Day, an original comedy series written by Alyssa Embree and starring Tracey Fairaway (Make It or Break It) and Elizabeth McLaughlin (The Clique) that “follows a seventeen-year-old girl who relives her first day at a new school over and over.” Well, original in that 1993’s Groundhog Day pre-dates most of the actors in this one. First Day is set to launch in late August with an 8-episode first season.

Following First Day is the mid-September release of Hollywood is like High School With Money, a web series adaptation of Zoey Dean’s New York Times bestselling novel of the same name. The 10-episode series centers on an “eager but na├»ve assistant who gets lessons on how to survive the cutthroat world of Hollywood politics from her boss’ queen bee teen daughter.”

The third is a hybrid between a scripted series and a music talent search reality show, dubbed Talent, which will launch its first of three phases later this fall. The narrative portion is another adaptation of a Zoey Dean story, this one about ” a young woman whose dreams of becoming a singer are dashed and rises from that disappointment by helping an unlikely girl become a superstar.” The goal for this one is fairly ambitious, and despite few details about its scale, Alloy says it aims to “discover the next pop music star.”

“This first wave of the AE digital slate appeals to the sweet spot that has made Alloy Entertainment a success – teen and twenty-something fans who are spending increasing hours online and who we expect will equally embrace our digital entertainment,” said Bank, who serves as Alloy Entertainment’s East Coast President.

Much like Alloy’s earlier exploits, like Private, into scripted web series, the new slate will make use of Alloy’s well established teen-heavy distribution footprint, driven mainly through AlloyTV, its premium, multi-platform digital entertainment network.

Alloy has been on tear with a recent string of hit teen-minded TV dramas like Gossip Girl, The Vampire Diaries and Pretty Little Liars, but can that success translate into digital dollars for these new shows that as of now are without any major sponsors attached. It’s likely however by launch time that some brand partners will come on board, as Neutrogena and Johnson & Johnson did with Private

Samantha Boscarino (Alicia) who was Amy in JONAS, also appeared in True Jackson, VP and Parenthood. Bridget Mendler (Kristen) new Disney series Good Luck Charlie seems to have cast Samantha as Skyler for two episodes.