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You Don't Know Me Like That: Rumor Central #2

ReShonda Tate Billingsley

ISBN 9780758289537
Publish Date 9/24/2013
Format Trade Paperback
Categories Young Adult, KTeen Dafina
List Price: $9.95

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She dishes celebrity dirt no one else dares. But now, Maya Morgan is about to get a taste of her own medicine. . .

Gossip show "Rumor Central" has gone beyond Miami to national syndication. So now's the time for Maya Morgan to really make her brand blow up. But her brand starts to blow up in her face when a super-fan takes over her online life, trashing her reputation, and putting her gossip future at risk. Now Maya will need every down-and-dirty move--and a little help from her frenemies--to manage this disaster and save everything she's dished so hard to get. . .

"Scandal and mouth dropping entertainment!" --Ni-Ni Simone

"Sit up and pay attention--Maya Morgan will knock your socks off." --Earl Sewell, author of The Keysha Diaries


1. With Maya’s being a celebrity, do you think she was too trusting of the people she let into her inner circle? What could she have done to be more careful?

2. Maya’s unwillingness to help Ariel is what sparked all of her troubles. Do you think Maya should have helped Ariel? Why do you think she didn’t?

3. Bryce was furious when the fans approached Maya during their intimate dinner. Do you think he was right to get upset? How should Maya have handled the situation?

4. What were some warning signs that Maya should have seen, clueing her in to the fact that Jayla was her stalker?

5. Both J. Love and Bryce were quick to believe the worst about Maya. Should she forgive them, or should she give Alvin a chance? Which guy would you like to see her with?

6. Maya ultimately had to turn to Shay to help her catch her stalker. Do you think Shay should’ve helped?

7. Have you ever had someone stalk/harass you online? How did you handle it?

8. What efforts do you take to protect your information when you’re online?

About ReShonda Tate Billingsley:

ReShonda Tate Billingsley has made a career out of getting the 411 and spinning a story, hard truths and all.  Before writing full-time, she worked as a reporter for The National Enquirer (you wouldn’t believe what she’s uncovered!) and as an anchor and reporter for NBC, ABC, and FOX television. She won the 2012 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Fiction and is a five-time winner of the National Association of Black Journalists Spirit in the Words competition. 

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You Don't Know Me Like That : Rumor Central by Reshonda Tate Billingsley (Saturday, February 8, 2014)
Reviewer: Melanie Adkins

Maya is known in Miami for her gossip and celebrity news. She's getting all the dirt on celebs AND hanging out with them. Still, homework and teen problems were part of life. Maya has the world on a string and she's enjoying life. When a new assistant and a new social media person join her staff, she figures it will just make things easier. Maya has no idea the problems she's gonna have now.

Fast paced, current and interesting, this book will be one the teen in your life will enjoy. I found the plot amazing. Never did I dream what the outcome would be. Ms Billingsley is a talented author and I feel completely at ease suggesting you get any one of her books. I'm a fan!

I didn't find any issues.

I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because I felt like I was part of the IN crowd reading this.

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