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My Life Gone Viral (My Life Uploaded)

Rae Earl


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For fans of Girl Online and Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging, Rae Earl's My Life Gone Viral (the sequel to My Life Uploaded) is a quirky, irresistible story that tackles the unpredictability, joy, and insecurity of life online.

Millie Porter finally has everything she wanted. But it doesn’t make her feel the way she thought it would...

The pressure of having to create a great vlog forces Millie to take risks that her usual sensible self would never take. And soon, everything starts changing before her eyes—she’s not getting along with her boyfriend, her former enemy suddenly wants to be her best friend, and she’s unwillingly involved in her mom’s dating life. Plus, the boy she thought was her totally, completely, non-romantic buddy is now feeling like anything but.

Can Millie balance it all? She is about to find out and share it all online.

An Imprint Book

Praise for My Life Uploaded:

"Quite excellent." —Kirkus Reviews

Praise For My Life Gone Viral (My Life Uploaded)

"[Her anxiety] is dealt here with honesty, gentle sarcasm, and a warm heart...Will have readers cheering for #MoreMillie." -- Kirkus

"Just plain fun....A lot of humor, a little romance, and quite a bit of empowerment." -- School Library Journal

Imprint, 9781250133809, 272pp.

Publication Date: April 14, 2020

About the Author

Rae Earl was born in Stamford, Lincolnshire. After graduating Hull University, she did every job in a radio station except “accountant.” Rae has written articles for The Guardian, Marie Claire, and Elle, and she has been featured in The Telegraph and The Times among others. She has also appeared on BBC Breakfast TV, BBC World Service, and countless local radio stations. Her books My Mad Fat Diary and My Madder Fatter Diary have been made into a TV show that is shown in over fifty countries worldwide including the USA. My Life Uploaded is based on her teenage years. She currently lives in Hobart, Tasmania, with her husband and son.