Waiting on Wednesday | How to be a Movie Star

Movie StarHow to be a Movie Star by TJ Klune
How to Be #2
Romantic Comedy
Dreamspinner Press | February 12, 2019

About the Book: 

Josiah Erickson wants to be a movie star. The problem with that is so does half of Los Angeles. But he’s on his way, what with memorable roles as a TV show background cadaver and a guy in a commercial for herpes medication. All he needs is his big break. And that break may come in the form of a novelist who goes by the enigmatic name of Q-Bert. 

Q-Bert, who is ready to make his directorial debut in a film Josy would be perfect for. Q-Bert, who Josy may or may not have a friend-crush on, and potentially something more. Being demisexual can be confusing. 

From the City of Angels to the small mountain town of Abby, Oregon, Josy will give his all to make sure his dreams come true—even the ones he never thought possible.

Why I’m dying to read this:

Sometimes I feel ridiculous filling out this portion.  Like, right now for instance.  Do I need to tell any of you why I’m excited for this?  I mean, I’m sure there are more than a handful of you saying ‘of course you’re excited.  it’s TJ’.  It’s not like I don’t squee over him at least once, for every week of posting I’ve done.

Also, doesn’t this cover look very similar to another favorite of mine??  It should, because it’s only the sequel!  

How to Be a Normal Person

It’s all about Josy the wannabe movie star, and his new friendship with a Monster Porn author!  How fantastic does that sound?  I think it sounds pretty super-fantastic!

How about the fact that it will also have Gus and Casey in it!  I’m going to have another opportunity for more Gus and Casey!  I’ll take every single moment I get!  And if this is the last one, then I’ll put these moments on syndication and replay them over and over and over and over.

So basically, what is there NOT to be excited about??!


Event originally hosted by Breaking the Spine.
Recently picked up as Can’t Wait Wednesday on Wishful Endings.


About Birdie

Don’t look for her in any bar, club, crazy raging party, or anywhere there may be a large gathering of strangers. She’s more likely to be found tucked into the corner of the couch watching one of her favorite shows, or preferably under a comforter with her current novel.

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