Cupcakes for the win!
When Delaney discovers there's been a cut to the art budget, she decides it's time to make a change! The race for class president is quickly approaching, and Delaney's going to run. Her besties in Peace, Love, and Cupcakes are ready to help however they can. But when Delaney's demands start infringing on PLC's ability to get out their orders-and the girls' friendships- things start to get out of hand. The girls aren't sure Delaney really knows what it takes to become president...or whether she's running for the right reasons.
As the election approaches, will it be Delaney for president? Or will her campaign-and the PLC-crash and burn?
About the Author
Her daughter, CARRIE, a cupcake connoisseur, cooked up the idea for the Cupcake Club series in second grade. Together, they have invented dozens of crazy cupcake recipes in their NYC kitchen (can you say Purple Velvet?) and have the frosting stains on the ceiling to prove it. Carrie maintains her own cupcake blog, featuring reviews, photos and recipes of her culinary adventures.
New York Times bestselling co-author of Soul Surfer, SHERYL BERK is the founding editor in chief of Life & Style Weekly as well as a contributor to InStyle, Martha Stewart, and other publications.
Her ten-year-old daughter, CARRIE, a cupcake connoisseur, cooked up the idea for the PLC series in second grade. Together, they have invented dozens of crazy cupcake recipes in their NYC kitchen (can you say Purple Velvet?) and have the frosting stains on the ceiling to prove it. Carrie maintains her own cupcake blog, featuring reviews, photos and recipes of her culinary adventures.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Im glad to see that you have slightly improved! Thats a good thing! Ive never been one for spelling and grammer, but it looks to be pretty good. What I am good at is plot, characterization, and detail, all things that your story is lacking. Her parents got divorced for literally no reason. I live with parents who fight everyday, and its taken well over a month for them to even consider divorce because the two if them have kids. Your story does not hint at anything like that to happen, her mother and father agree on letting her open up a cupcake store for Arceus sake! Even the plot goes from a seemingly upbeat highschool girl opening a cupcake shop to a Mary-Sue falling for the hottie in class. You have enough characters in your post to write more, but you dont. People have mentioned the lack of detail and the rediculas shortness of the chapters, but they all stay extremely small. If you want to only write in small bursts, I suggest writing in a Go<_>ogle document or something to me your chapters longer. You need to explain a lot more things in your story, and I hope to see you improve. <br> <p> This is just my personal opinion, but in a story I strongly belive that the characters should come from the writer. If all youre looking for is names and descriptions, then thats somewhat okay. But using personality traits and backstorys that people give you might not fit with your storys universe. I dunno though, thats just what I belive. <br> <p> Whatever you do, dont stop writing and continue to improve!
.....A month later... <p> I sighed. Everything had changed. In a month my mom had divorced and then remarried. She remarred Kathryn and Toby's dad! <p> l thought about that as l walked into school. Thats when l saw him. <br> The new boy Carter Goodman. He was tall and handsome. His suntanned skin glistened and his brown hair shone. <p> l tried to look away and then he walked over. "Hello " he says and l tried to look away. <p> Sorry its so short. Merry Christmas Eve Eve !!! Charater apps at res five.
My sister has the whole series and say that they are good