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Maybe Tonight?

Snap Decision (Volume 1)

Bridie Clark

Roaring Brook Press

Maybe Tonight? by Bridie Clark opens as the reader is getting ready for the most exciting party of the year—Midwinter’s Night Dream, set in the frosty woods just off campus—with her roommates and best friends Annabel Snow, Spider Harris, and Libby Monroe. Choices unfold quickly and the reader must decide which risks to take in pursuit of social status, adventure, success, and love.

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Saturday, February 15, 8:15 p.m.
Pennyworth House
“You should always wear skirts,” Annabel declares, fishing an adorable red and silver Marc Jacobs mini out of her closet and discreetly ripping off the price tag before tossing it at your head. You’re sprawled across the bottom bed—hers—of your shared bunks, your head propped up against one of her monogrammed pillows. It smells faintly of rose oil, Annabel’s signature scent. “Your legs are phenom,” she says. “I would kill.”
It’s a struggle not
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Praise for Maybe Tonight?

"Both novels are polished to a gleam, and their savvy, self-aware references to fashion and music and other timely cultural touchstones would meet the standards of any mean girl worth her salt….Even for adults looking back, there’s a certain comfort in the dissection of the mean girl enterprise and the kind of empowerment in seeing a new generation rebel against it. The questions Crane and Clark address don’t get answered neatly and tied up with a bow upon graduation, and perhaps that’s why both novels are so enjoyable even to those who’ve crossed that threshold." --The New York Times Book Review  "Readers can choose whether they want a John Green–esque romance or dive straight into a Gossip Girl–style party, hopping from one handsome, rich guy to the next." - Booklist

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'Confessions of a Hater' and 'Snap Decision - Maybe Tonight?' - NYTimes.com
Two novels chart the difficult terrain known as high school.
- The New York Times

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

  • Bridie Clark

  • Bridie Clark has worked as a book and magazine editor and written for the New York Times, Vanity Fair, and New York magazine. Her novels Because She Can and The Overnight Socialite have been published in nineteen countries and featured in dozens of magazines and newspapers, including the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and Glamour UK. She was born in West Hartford, Connecticut and currently lives in Greenwich, Connecticut. 

  • Bridie Clark
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Maybe Tonight?

Snap Decision

Bridie Clark

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Roaring Brook Press

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