Fame is hard. So is holding onto your dreams…
Sunday Tolliver is now the hottest singer-songwriter in the business—but too much personal drama is spinning her crazy-busy life totally out of control. Her boyfriend, Sam, won’t discuss the online buzz pulling them apart, and Sunday is past done putting up with him. Her two best friends are way far gone over one irresistible boy and it’s messing with their tight-knit group. And Sunday’s jealous diva cousin, Dreya, will do anything to stop her own career slide, including putting Sunday’s hard-won reputation at risk. Now Sunday’s only chance to get control of her fab life is to find out who’s truly real…
“This series is poised to ‘blow up’.” --Kirkus
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on Doing My Own Thing
A READING GROUP GUIDE
1. Sunday seems to be caught in the middle of Dreya
and Mystique’s feud. Do you think Sunday handles
this the right way? Should she be totally on
Dreya’s side because she’s family, or should she be
grateful to Mystique for helping her career?
2. Sam has made a lot of changes since he moved to
New York City. Would you still date him, or was
Sunday right to kick him to the curb?
3. What do you think about Gia and Ricky’s issue? Is
Ricky’s breakup reason valid, or is he just not really
4. Were you surprised how Meagan reacted about
discovering her boyfriend’s secret? Do you think
Meagan will ever make it back into Sunday’s entourage?
5. Should Sunday keep DeShawn in the friend zone,
or is he a potential boyfriend?
6. Is Dreya’s plan stupid, or does it make sense for
her to get what she can get while the getting is
good? If you were her cousin, what advice would
you give her?
7. What do you think about Sunday’s new living
arrangement with her crew? Is this a disaster waiting
8. Do you still feel the same way about Sam after
Rielle’s visit to Sunday? Does Rielle’s revelation