Dumb Luck

Stacey Hopkins had everything most girls only ever dreamed of: popularity. When her best friends move to another school and bet that Stacey wouldn’t make one single friend if she were to enrol; everything goes downhill.

After a couple of encounters with the police, an embarrassing flash in the public pool and a near death experience, Stacey is beginning to understand what it’s truly like to be unpopular.

Determined to win the bet, Stacey is willing to go to every length to prove to the girls she can fit in anywhere. That is, until they throw in an extra bet which involves the cute guy that actually bothers to associate with Stacey. It’s then that Stacey is faced with a difficult choice: popularity or loyalty?

“Tyrolin Puxty is a creative, intelligent and unique writer. Dumb Luck is a fantastic read and provides delectable amounts of wit, drama and action. Best. Book. Ever.”  Tyrolin Puxty

“This book was okay. Certainly wouldn’t recommend it though”.  Tyrolin’s publisher.

“She tried her best and that’s all that counts. God love her”.  Tyrolin’s mother.

Amazingly, a lot of people do not understand the sarcasm of my fake quotes written at the end of the synopsis. If you do not understand sarcasm, then this book is not for you.

If you do not like hot boys that do not exist in the real world, then this book is not for you.

If you do not like to laugh at the expense of others, then this book is not for you.

Dumb Luck is distributed through 28,000 stores. Head over to Amazon, Goodreads, Barnes and Noble; any of those websites and it’ll be there at your fingertips to purchase. If you want to look like the lovely, beaming displays below due to the excitement of receiving a signed copy then head over to my official site, www.tyrolinpuxty.com 🙂

Cool people give thumb’s up when they don’t know what else to do in a photograph.


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