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Five Important Reasons to Read Stage Daughter Before the World Comes to an End
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Sheryl Sorrentino
August 2013
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I received a newsletter the other day containing advice on how to write blogs everyone will click on. Among the “tips” were such suggestions as offering bullet-point information in list format; making readers anxious with scare tactics; and drawing them in with negative, gloom-and-doom predictions.

So here goes. What follows are my five compelling reasons why you must pick up a copy of Stage Daughter today:

1. So you don’t become a victim of “Adolescent Meltdown”! Are you familiar with the “Choking Game”? How about Emos and cutting? Slayer? Deicide? Meet twelve-year-old Razia Schoenberg—depressed, defiant, and determined. Stage Daughter demystifies the language of that mysterious creature known as the “pre-teen.” If you are cohabiting with one—or know someone who is, Stage Daughter will expose a few of their more baffling habits and translate some of their confounding utterings.

2. Because your next-door-neighbor might be a Terrorist! Tell the truth: Have you “bought into” the hysteria and media hype against Muslims as a result of 9-11? Do you actually know any Muslims personally? Then allow me to introduce Aziz Qureshi: Yoga guru; doting dad; cheating husband—and devout Muslim. Whether you love or hate him, Aziz and his family will disavow you of a few preconceived notions about this much-maligned group. [Read more: http://sherylsorrentino.yolasite.com/blogs/five-good-reasons-to-read-stage-daughter-before-the-world-comes-to-an-end]

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