-- Susan Whelan, Kids' Book Review
New job. New boyfriend. New me.
Things are looking up for Josie Browning. Her boyfriend, James, is crazy about her, and she's scored a writing job at indi.
Now the pressure is on for Josie to prove she's got what it takes to help plan indi's launch. Plus, she's battling with flatmates, frenemies and confusing feelings for travel writer Alex.
High on the perks at indi, Josie's doing a pretty good job of faking her way in the industry - even though she still hasn't mastered her hair straightener. But when Josie is invited to a media junket, she accidentally sets off a string of lies that threaten to ruin her reputation, love life and career forever.
The hilarious and engaging sequel to Gabrielle Tozer's award-winning debut novel The Intern.
MORE PRAISE FOR THE INTERN AND FAKING IT
'If you loved The Devil Wears Prada, I have a sneaking suspicion you'll dive right into The Intern ... I loved this fun, cheeky read, as well as the genuine heart at its core.' -- Lauren Sams, author of Crazy, Busy, Guilty and She's Having Her Baby
'The Intern is a page turner that left me wanting more of Tozer's work.' -- JJ McConnachie, NZ Booklovers
'Gabrielle Tozer nails it with Faking It -- it's fun, sassy, endearing, and an accurate account of magazine life with a hilarious twist.' -- Lucy Cousins, Dolly and Cleo
'Both The Intern and Faking It are highly recommended for readers looking for entertaining contemporary fiction for teens that is both light-hearted and insightful.' -- Susan Whelan, Kids' Book Review
About the Author
Gabrielle Tozer is an award-winning and internationally published author and freelance writer based in Sydney, Australia. She has published five books, including the young adult novels Remind Me How This Ends, which was on the Children's Book Council of Australia's 2018 Notable list and longlisted for the State Library of Victoria's 2018 Gold Inky Award, Faking It and The Intern, which won the 2015 Gold Inky Award.
Her first picture book, Peas and Quiet (illustrated by Sue deGennaro), was published in 2017, as was her YA contemporary short story ‘The Feeling From Over Here' (featured in Begin, End, Begin: A #LoveOzYA Anthology, the Book of the Year for Older Children at the 2018 ABIA Awards). Melody Trumpet is her first children's novel, and she is currently working on another young adult novel and picture book. (Yes, that's why she still hasn't brushed her hair.)