The Exact Opposite of Okay author Laura Steven and her best friend Toria give their hilarious answers to our 5 top BFF questions!
To celebrate the release of Laura Steven’s unmissable YA book, The Exact Opposite of Okay, we’re giving away one hamper to share and two signed copies of the book to the winning best friends.
We’re asking people to take the BFF Challenge by answering our five friendship questions, posting their videos online, and then sending them to us on our competition page by 06 March 2018.
Laura Steven has made us a special video of herself and her bestie taking the BFF challenge, for your viewing pleasure.
Enter the Exact Opposite of Okay BFF Challenge
Simply film yourself and your bestie answering our questions (below), then post your video online and share it with us on our competition page by 06 March 2018.
Entrants must be over 16 years old – full T&Cs are available from the competition entry page.
About The Exact Opposite of Okay
Izzy never expected to be eighteen and internationally reviled. But when explicit photos involving her, a politician’s son and a garden bench are published online, the trolls set out to take her apart. Armed with best friend Ajita and a metric ton of nachos, she tries to laugh it off – but she soon learns that the way the world treats teenage girls is not okay. It’s the Exact Opposite of Okay.
Bitingly funny and shockingly relevant, The Exact Opposite of Okay is a bold, brave and necessary read, publishing under Egmont’s YA imprint, Electric Monkey, on 08 March 2018.
Pre-order The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven now.
Laura Steven is an author, journalist and screenwriter from the northernmost town in England. She has an MA in Creative Writing and works at a non-profit organisation supporting women in the creative arts. Her TV pilot, Clickbait, was a finalist in British Comedy’s 2016 Sitcom Mission. The Exact Opposite of Okay is her first book for young adults.