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REVIEW: “Like and Subscribe” by Jay Bell



Remember that hunky guy on YouTube who caught your eye? The one with the awesome pecs and killer smile? I bet you couldn’t stop watching his videos. Just imagine if you had a chance to meet him and all your fantasies started coming true. There’s only one catch: Between you and your dream guy is his less-than-pleased boyfriend. They say that love conquers all, but can love conquer love?

Like and Subscribe is a new short story by Jay Bell, the author of Something Like Summer.


I’ll keep this brief…

Gawwwwwww…I kinda ADORED this short story! It was just…sweeeeet.

It helps that it feels a familiar tale to me (maybe all of us?) who spend a lot of time online and are well-versed with “internet celebs”.

Evan has a massive crush on YouTube superstar, and former high school crush, Tony. This story tells the story of how they meet up again, the cost of stardom, and how “personalities” don’t always show the true side of celebrity. Throw in an intriguing 3rd character, Orlando, and you have a quick, fun, slightly predictable, but entertaining read.

I heart Jay Bell’s writing style.

Recommended…I mean, it takes all of maybe 30 minutes (tops!) to read! Do it.



19395434Title: Like and Subscribe
Author: Jay Bell
Publisher:  self-pub
Pages: 54
Release Date:  December 11, 2013
Purchase Links:  Amazon

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