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Ahmed Safwan Safwan itibaren Dedebulak, 04900 Dedebulak Köyü/Diyadin/Ağrı, Türkiye itibaren Dedebulak, 04900 Dedebulak Köyü/Diyadin/Ağrı, Türkiye

Okuyucu Ahmed Safwan Safwan itibaren Dedebulak, 04900 Dedebulak Köyü/Diyadin/Ağrı, Türkiye

Ahmed Safwan Safwan itibaren Dedebulak, 04900 Dedebulak Köyü/Diyadin/Ağrı, Türkiye

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In Janice Thompson's second installment of her "Backstage Pass" series, Hollywood sitcom writer Athena Pappas juggles her life as a writer and as a member of a loud, loving Greek family. With a dip in ratings, Athena's life becomes even more complicated when Stephen Cosse is tossed into the mix - a new writer brought in to boost ratings. Is Athena's job on the line? Will she be able to find balance between her Gyro-making family, her Hollywood career, and the budding romance between herself and Stephen? Athena finds herself in the middle of a script that not even the greatest Hollywood writer could produce! I thoroughly, and I mean thoroughly, enjoyed this book! This is the second opportunity I have had to receive and read one of Janice's books, and I have been blessed both times. Not only is Hello, Hollywood! a riotous read, this book teaches a lot as well. What I love about the characters in the book is that they are not perfect, and they admit that. They also show how trusting in God and leaning on His understanding is the only way to make sense out of life. Athena finds herself in more than one crazy situation in this book, and I was able to learn something through every difficulty she faced. I also enjoyed reading about Athena's very Greek family. They seem like they all would be a lot of fun to spend time with! And Athena and Stephen? Well, you will just have to read this book and find out - because I highly recommend it! Legal Necessities: I received a free copy of this book from the author and publisher. Thank you, Janice!

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This book was nothing short of, well, ordinary. Though well-written, the story lacked direction and the characters lacked development. 99% of the entire 566 page plot can be found, in full detail, on the inside jacket of the book. Read the summary and save yourself the time.