From the New York Times bestselling author of MILKRUN, ME V ME, and TEN THINGS WE DID (BUT PROBABLY SHOULDN’T HAVE) comes a story of friendship, flip-flops...and fortune telling.
Shaun's new roommate, Dee, claims to be a little bit psychic ("Can you be a little bit psychic? Is that like being a little bit pregnant?") Dee insists that Shaun's ex-boyfriend Brahm is about to meet and fall in love with someone new. A redhead. At Jeremiah's. Shaun doesn't believe in psychics, and even if she did, she's over Brahm. Definitely over him. But maybe she should head over to Jeremiah's just in case...
KNOW IT ALL is a short story (for readers 15 and up) that originally appeared in the collection GIRLS' NIGHT IN but has never been available to Nook readers.
Praise for Sarah Mlynowski's writing:
"Hilarious yet poignant"--LA Times
"Mlynowski is acutely aware of the plight of the 20-something single woman - she offers funny dialogue and several slices of reality" --Publishers Weekly
"Mlynowski wisely focuses the most on the girls' relationships with each other, creating fully dimensional characters and a terrific story." --Booklist, Starred review
"...Mlynowski is out for a rollicking good time from the start." --Arizona Republic
"Screamingly funny." --Kirkus Reviews
"A fresh, fun read that made me wish I had picked up something by Mlynowski years ago." --Houston Chronicle
SARAH MLYNOWSKI is the author of Milkrun, Fishbowl, As Seen on TV, Monkey Business, and Me Vs Me as well as the teen novels Gimme a Call, Bras & Broomsticks, Frogs & French Kisses, Spells & Sleeping Bags, Parties & Potions, and Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn't Have). Sarah is also the author of the New York Times Whatever After series for tweens, including Fairest of All, If the Shoe Fits, Sink or Swim, Dream On, and Bad Hair Day.
Her short story, "A Little Bit Broken" is available on Nook in English and Spanish (Un Poquito Roto). Her novella for teens, "A Nice Fling is Hard to Find" is also available on Nook.
Sarah's books have been translated into twenty-seven languages and optioned to Hollywood. She was born in Montreal but now lives and writes in New York City. Visit her at www.sarahm.com.