Waiting on Wednesday: The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven #TEOOO


Hey guys!! Remember how I mentioned in my review of Esme’s wish that I have tests this week? Well… that is very true but I did manage to read two books during the weekend; one of which is The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven!

I’m part of the street team for this book so I was able to get an e-ARC and you guys… THIS BOOK IS AMAZING!! I’m not just saying that because I got a free book. My honest opinion of this book is that it’s an amazing, funny and feminist novel with a lot of girl power. Also, this book has some diverse characters; there’s a lesbian Nepali girl, a black guy and a disabled girl! I love how unsterotyped the author made them.

I won’t be possibly facing failure in my tests (by writing this post) if this book wasn’t good.

This is my first time ever doing this meme and it was created by Breaking the Spine!!

First, all about it!

Author: Laura Steven

Genres: YA, Contemporary

Publisher: Electric Monkey

Publication Date: March 8th, 2018.

Goodreads Rating: 4.4

Izzy O’Neil is an aspiring comedian, an impoverished orphan, and a Slut Extraordinaire. Or at least that’s what the malicious website flying around the school says. Izzy can try all she wants to laugh it off — after all, her sex life, her terms — but when pictures emerge of her doing the dirty with a politician’s son, her life suddenly becomes the centre of a national scandal. Izzy’s never been ashamed of herself before, and she’s not going to start now. But keeping her head up will take everything she has.

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~~~Also, additional information you shouldn’t miss!

If you preorder before the 7th of March, 2018, you get an EXCLUSIVE BONUS SCENE from this book!!



1. “The Friendzone: An imaginary area filled with Nice Guys who’ve been sexually rejected by women they’ve been nice to. See also: a convenient social construct designed to comfort men who cannot cope with rejection. See also: a manipulative tool used by Nice Guys to make women feel guilty for not wanting to have sex with them.”

2. ‘ “Have you tried to find a job?”

“Good God, that’s brilliant!” I gasp faux-astounded. “I had not previously considered this course of action.” ‘

3. “When one of us is scared to do something for fear of rejection, this is how we talk each other around it. By asking “so what?” and forcing ourselves to justify the fear, we soon realise there’s rarely anything to actually be afraid of.”

4. “What’s that Eleanor Roosevelt quote? Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent.”

Laura Steven is an author, journalist and screenwriter from the northernmost part of England. The Exact Opposite of Okay, her YA debut will be published by Egmont in March, 2018.

As well as mentoring aspiring authors through schemes like Pitch Wars, Laura works from Mslexia, a non-profit organisation supporting women writers. She’s currently studying for her MA in Creative Writing, and her TV pilot Clickbait — a mockumentary about journalists at a viral news agency — was a finalist in British Comedy’s 2016 Sitcom Mission.

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My 5-star review for this book will come up soon but I hope you guys would have preordered it by then. It’s a wonderful novel that has the advantage of also looking good on your shelf 😏


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