By Caren Lissner, Allyson Ryan, Harlequin Audio
Youngster Genius (and Hermit) Carrie Pilby's To-Do List:1. checklist 10 belongings you love (and DO THEM!)2. sign up for a membership (and consult PEOPLE!)3. move on a date (with a person you definitely LIKE!)4. inform a person you care (your therapist does not COUNT!)5. have a good time New Year's (with different PEOPLE!)Seriously? Carrie may fairly remain in mattress than take care of the immoral, sex-obsessed hypocrites who appear to overrun her native land, long island urban. She's unwell of attempting to be like all people else. She isn't really! but if her personal therapist supplies her a five-point plan to alter her social-outcast prestige, Carrie takes a troublesome examine herself—and concurs to try.Suddenly the realm does not look so undesirable. yet is prodigy Carrie relatively going to dumb issues down simply to slot in?
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I don’t know what to say to that. ” As if I was doing something wrong simply by existing. Brad doesn’t say anything either, only stares at me and waits. And waits. When they send people to do job interviews, they should at least make sure they’re half as competent as the people they’re interviewing. “You could tell me what the job’s about,” I say. ” he says. “Well, it would be, at first, sort of an administrative assistant to the boss, typing things when need be, helping with office work. ” He picks up his coffee cup.
But sometimes, when they scan documents in, the new copies that they print out accidentally have extra commas or extra letters in them, due to dirt on the scanner, marks on the original document, or something else. So my job is to compare the original and the printout word for word, making sure they’re exactly the same. I am supposed to do this for 210 pages. It seems like there must be a faster way to do this sort of labor in this era of technological advances. No wonder lawyers charge $400 an hour.
I only skipped one grade. But I found it hard. ” I nodded again. ” He looked straight at me. I hadn’t found anyone that interested in me since back when I had interviewed for college in the first place. We ended up talking for more than an hour. We got to things I hadn’t told anyone. ” I talked about figuring out how to play “Für Elise” on the inside of the piano when I was five. I stopped several times for fear I was boring him, but he kept urging me on. At times, he would reciprocate, telling a story about something smart he’d done as a kid, or a time he had felt out of place, and I almost felt as if he thought he needed to impress me.