Tell Me Everything



Tell Me Everything YOUR SECRET S SAFE UNTIL IT S NOTIvy is the shy artist type and keeps a low profile so low that she s practically invisible to everyone at Belfry High School except for her best friend, Harold As sopho year begins, Harold takes up a hundred activities, leaving Ivy on her own Luckily she s found a distraction the new anonymous art sharing app, VEIL.Soon Ivy realizes that one of her classmates is the VEIL user who needs new paintbrushes and another is the one visiting the hospital every week and another is the one dealing with their parents messy divorce While she s too scared to put her own creations on the app, Ivy thinks of an even better way to contribute by making gifts for the artists she s discovered The acts of kindness give her such a rush that, when Ivy suspects Harold is keeping a secret, she decides to go all in Forget gifts Ivy wants to throw Harold a major party.But when all those good intentions thrust her into the spotlight, Ivy s carefully curated world is thrown into chaos Now she has to find the courage to come out of the shadows about her art, her secrets, and her mistakes or risk losing everything and everyone she loves the most. Best Read [ Tell Me Everything ] Author [ Sarah Enni ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 288 pages
  • Tell Me Everything
  • Sarah Enni
  • 02 August 2017

10 thoughts on “Tell Me Everything

  1. Kelly says:

    A timely and thought provoking book about social media, anonymity, art, and being yourself for yourself Ivy s voice here is fantastic and the perfect blend of funny, snarky, confused, and insecure This book is absolutely for teens, with dialog that s real and situations that resonate among teens learning how to navigate long time and newly budding friendships At the heart of the story is the VEIL app, which Ivy turns to to better cope with a summ...

  2. Carli says:

    Thank you to Edelweiss and Scholastic for the advance Kindle copy of this 2.26.19 release All opinions are my own 5 for this cautionary social media tale Over the course of a summer, Liv becomes absorbed by a new app called Veil, where users can post their art temporarily for users within 5 miles to see Afraid to put her art on the app, Liv instead obsessed over others contributions When school starts and she begins to figure out the identity of some contributors, she misguidedly tri Thank you to Edelweiss and Scholastic for the advance Kindle copy of this 2.26.19 release All opinions are my...

  3. Gretal says:

    Tell Me Everything follows sopho Ivy who is a shy artist except for when she decides to get into everyone s business, doing good deeds for people whose identities she figured out or thinks she has from posts to an anonymous art sharing app similar to Yik Yak or After School This culminates in her deciding her best friend is gay and throwing a coming out party for him because she thinks he hasn t felt supported enough by her to tell her so obviously the solution is to kind of out him Sh Tell Me Everything follows sopho Ivy who is a shy artist except for when she decides to get into everyone s business, doing good deeds for people whose identities she figured out or thinks she has from posts to an anonymous art sharing app similar to Yik Yak or After School This culminates in her deciding her best friend...

  4. Sarah Bowe says:

    A book about the good self expression and the bad again Self expression of social media I like Ivy She always meant well, even when it didn t turn out I was bummed out with Harold until he redeemed himself at the end I m glad Ivy found a friend in Nate when Harold wasn t there.

  5. Chloe says:

    This book was amazing It had a main plot about exploring friendships and loves, but also about finding your own creativity And that plot was amazing I absolutely loved it But, I think a lot of books have an amazing main plot What made this book special and truly beautiful was its subplots One of the best things about this book was the subplots of what each character and person was going through It showed that everyone is dealing with stu...

  6. Melyssa Winchester says:

    This was an interesting story I was especially taken in by the app itself as it was presented in the story Found the idea of an app of this nature intriguing, while also attempting to figure out which app in present time it may have represented The idea of posting anonymously and the ramifications of doing such a thing, alongside of the arguments of age throughout the novel were also very intriguing to me, and kept me turning the pages to see how it all turned out The characters themselves w This was an interesting story I was especially taken in by the app itself as it was presented in the story Found the idea of an app of this nature intriguing, while also attempting to figure out which app in present time it may have represented The idea of posting anonymously and the ramifications of doing such a thing, alongside of the arguments of age throughout the novel were also ver...

  7. Hayley Garron says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I finished this book in several hours because it was pretty shortI love the idea and concept of mixing art social media within these pages The concept of the social media site VEIL, reminds me a lot of the artsy ness of tumblr I think for me, I m just too old to really enjoy high school characters, because I just find them not to be mature enough for me any But besides that, I really liked Nate and Ivy s friendship, however, I could see from a mile away that Nate would be the one...

  8. Robin McCann says:

    The content is good for any of the students 5 8th grade Covers some of the real consequences of social media This will appeal to those students who like romance novels but are not ready for YA content It is also a good book to support the fears of young artists and encourage mindfulness ...

  9. Julie Anderson says:

    I really enjoyed the author s insights as to how the teens in this story expressed themselves through art and how one teen focused on other s artistic outlets instead of on her own I found myself laughing out loud and thoroughly enjoyed the read I would recommend this book.

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