Josie’s about to turn 18 and as part of her journalism course at university, she scores an internship at Sash magazine. True, she’d prefer to be hitting the hard news at a newspaper, but amid the coffee-fetching, beauty bargains and clothes-sorting, Josie throws herself into the job. Especially when she finds out one of the three interns will win $5000 – her mother desperately needs the cash after their dad left them. Crashing at her cousin Tim’s place in the city, Josie gets a crush on his flatmate, James. Then along comes her big break, when a boy band member admits to a shocking secret. This is a fun read which showcases what it’s like to work in magazines, from a writer who knows all too well. Can’t wait to get stuck into the sequel, Faking It.