Saturday, November 9, 2013

Choose Your Own Chick-Lit Adventure!

 
Have you ever wanted to write your very own chick lit novel? Have you ever dreamed of being the next Sophie Kinsella or Jennifer Weiner? Well, guess what. You can be! Your hand-crafted chick lit novel is only one simple little recipe away.
 
I've provided all the main ingredients. The rest is up to you! Have fun!
 
 

What is your heroine's name?

A. Emma

B. Jane

C. Elizabeth

D. Sophie


Where does she live?

A. London

B. New York City

C. Los Angeles

D. Toronto

 
What is her job?

A. Journalist

B. Publicist

C. Fashion Blogger

D. Casting Agent


Who is her sidekick?

A. Fabulous gay bestie! (he's a hair stylist)

B. Straight male best friend (your heroine has known him her entire life, but would NEVER fall in love with him...or would she?)

C. Chubby female best friend who is married with two young children (she envies your "glamorous" single life!)

D. Thin, sarcastic dark-haired best friend who is an attorney and dresses in all black (she's cynical of men and never wants children)


What is your heroine's main goal?

A. Fall in love

B. Get promoted

C. Be famous

D. Lose 20 pounds


Who is your heroine's enemy?

A. Her perfect, gorgeous engaged little sister (that spoiled brat!)

B. Her overbearing mother ("When are you going to get married? You're nearly 30!")

C. That tall ice-cold blonde bitch co-worker (she wants your job...and your man)

D. The ex-boyfriend (he cheated and now he wants a second chance? Yeah, right)


Who is your heroine's love interest?

A. Her hunky boss (he's sophisticated, charming, and filthy rich)

B. Her straight male best friend (she's adorably oblivious that he's her soul mate)

C. That annoying businessman who spilled coffee on her at Starbucks and now appears everywhere (she despises him and refuses to acknowledge that she's attracted to him)

D. That casually cute Jeep-driving vegan with moppy brown hair (he's secretly wealthy!)


What is your conflict?

A. Your heroine tells a little fib that snowballs into a hilarious avalanche of disasters!

B. It's a case of mistaken identity and your heroine doesn't realize it until its too late.

C. She's chasing after true love, without realizing it's right under her nose.

D. Fish out of water scenario! Your heroine is shipped off to a foreign country (or a different time period) and she has no idea what to do! Poor girl.


What is your book's ending?

A. She falls in love

B. She falls in love and gets promoted

C. She falls in love and gets married

D. She falls in love and gets pregnant (oooh, sequel alert!)


What is the title of your book?

A. Confessions of a Thirty-Something

B. A Chocoholic's Guide to Dating & Other Disasters

C. Must Love Martinis

D. Tripping in Heels


Now, tell me about your book!!

20 comments:

Fashionopolis said...

I love chick lit but never really thought of writing it until I read this post of yours. Brilliant, it is.
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Fashion art and other fancies said...

No. Haven't thought of writing it. I prefer to reade such things, not write them:-)

beingFab said...

Ha ha ha, perfect formula for chick lit!! Never realized how freakishly similar they all were! P.S. I'd definitely read the one you write :-)

Sherin said...

Ha! Brilliant. I want to write one now. About a London living fashion blogger, of course!

Johanna V said...

Hehe, awesome post! I should take on my short story writing again, inspired by this. :D Have a lovely week, dear! ♥

Shybiker said...

Ha!

Dayle said...

Oh man, this is hilarious! They certainly a generic bunch, those Chick lit books!

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L KC said...

I LOVE:
I’d be Emma (like the Spice Girl Emma)
Lives in Gladstone, MO
Unemployed and fabulous
Side kick is PJ
Gets promoted to no job to job
Enemy turns out to be PJ
Hunky boss, how I got the job
No conflict, too cool
Falls in love, not with boss, loses job, no sequel
Confessions of a Thirty-something but only Twenty-five

Laia herrero said...

You should start your own chick movie, as you have the perfect recipe and talent enough to do oit Jenn, really good post.
xxxx

Dina's Days said...

hahahah I hate chick lit. I love the ending options and titles.

Rosh S said...

Hahahah .. awesome formula for writing a best seller :)

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ravenlocks said...

JENNIFER!

Hey pretty lady. Long time no talky! I just wanted to drop by and wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. Hope you have a wonderful week :)

xo Azu

aki! said...

This is so spot on! I don't like modern chick lit but I'm all over Jane Austen era stuff.

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Anonymous said...

Come back!
We miss you!
It has been over a month!
Of course I respect your right to do whatever you want with this blog ( it is after all, your blog), even if that means you abandon it.
BUT, you are super talented and I always love your posts.
<3

Meri said...

hahaha this is awesome! and now I want to read every one of those books :) Luckily it seems like there is a long cold winter ahead of us!
Happy New Year
Meri

Meri said...

Wait, are those real books or did I not get it the first time? I literally can't tell. Well, either way this post is great haha.

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issa chou said...

omg what a fun post!! loves.

issa
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