The DIMILY Trilogy
A selection of press and review quotes.
A new generation of talent!
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Like Zoella, [Estelle] knows a thing or two about self promotion...[the books have] received pretty much universal acclaim from her 125,000 followers.
Maskame’s followers are voracious readers and the Scot has had to grow accustomed to every plot twist being feverishly discussed.
Estelle Maskame: How social media made me a publishing sensation
A viral, literary hit! A clever modern twist on the age-old tale of star-crossed lovers.
THE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE
Authors are often advised to write about what they know. Wisely, [Estelle] ignored that advice.
The teenage writing sensation who used the net to pen a novel set in LA from her bedroom in Peterhead.
She’s only 17, but Estelle Maskame has already gained a global fanbase
The Aberdeenshire schoolgirl has had 4 million hits on Wattpad, signed a three-book publishing deal for her Did I Mention I Love You? series and is still only 17. Did we mention we’re jealous?
‘THE GRAPH OF GREATNESS’, FABULOUS MAGAZINE (SUN ON SUNDAY)
Despite facing some tough competition within the YA group, notably from the likes of the Hunger Games’ Suzanne Collins, at just eighteen years of age, Maskame has proven herself to be just as worthy of the praise and attention she has so far received, and such praise is unlikely to stop heading her way anytime soon.
Estelle Maskame is a unbelievable young writing talent and from the first page, of Did I Mention I Love You?, I was completely enraptured and bewitched. . . I know people can easy overuse, 'I couldn't put it down,' when describing a book, but in this instance I really couldn't bring myself to put it down. It was so easy for me to tell myself to just read a few more pages, and before I would know it I had read three chapters. . . Did I Mention I Love You?, is a unquestionable 5/5: it's a lovely summer read, and I don't think I can wait to read the rest of the series!
TEEN BOOK HOOTS, on DImily
The first thing about DIMILY that makes it so wonderful is that it's so addicting! It had me hooked as soon as I started reading it, I became engrossed in Eden's world and when I was reading, I was on the edge of my seat half the time, trying to predict what was going to happen chapter to chapter. . . Estelle's writing style just flows perfectly and transports you into another world for a few hours. It's a perfect read for the summer, I love how all of the covers match and they're gorgeous, they match incredibly well with the story.
LAUREN’S BOOK LIFE
The last 1/3 of this book, had my heart beating out of my chest. I was in tears, screaming, jumping, and wishing that I could put my heart back in my chest because it was head over heels for Tyler … Why this isn’t a TV show yet, I don’t know. The series has the potential to be a great TV show. Think of it as a modern day One Tree Hill/90210.
I really ADORED this book, like a lot, like I need the next book right freaking now! … If there was one word to describe this book it would be ADDICTIVE.
Simply Bookish Things
This book has metaphorically knocked my socks off.
Booky Ramblings of a Neurotic Mum
Estelle is so young, she writes with a voice that is perfect for a YA novel. I read the first book in a day and then pined away for the second book. One of the best things about this trilogy is that they’re being published in quick succession so there isn’t long to wait between each book. That being said, I just want to read them all right away and then re-read them again and again! . . . As soon as a copy of Did I Mention I Need You? dropped through my letterbox, I started reading it. I was incredibly excited to read it and it did not disappoint. I loved it even more than I loved DIMILY and I am now desperate to read the third book, Did I Mention I Miss You?. It shall be amazing! . . . To put it briefly, I am now a diehard DIMILY fan for life.
Queen of Contemporary
[DIMILY] was just so funny yet cute and gave me so many feels.
The Perks of Being a Bookworm
Did I Mention I Love You? was an amazing read that I absolutely zoomed through. . . The complex (to say the least) relationship between Eden and Tyler was tumultuous and perfect.
Delightful Book Reviews
This series has surprisingly become one of my favourites … Did I Mention I Need You is a rollercoaster of romantic adventures and conflicting emotions … I finished this in about a day and I’m really upset that I have to wait until January for the next (and LAST) book!
I gobbled this down far too quickly and I’m bereft now I have to wait for the final instalment, Did I Mention I Miss You?. Gimme!
So Little Time for Books
My love for this series is no secret, and I was so excited for the finale of Tyler and Eden’s story – it managed to exceed my super high expectations. . . The continuous revelations and tension in Tyler and Eden’s family, and between themselves, made DIMIMY compulsive reading. I would have read it all in one sitting if I could! . . . Did I Mention I Miss You? is the perfect ending to a brilliant series. Though I’m rather gutted to see Tyler and Eden go, I loved how their story ended. This will be a trilogy I’ll read over and over again.
So Many Books, So Little Time
Estelle Maskame has a stunning, distinct writing style. . . The whole series puts you under a spell. . . I have two words for 'Did I Mention I Miss You-' phenomenal and flawless.
TEEN BOOK HOOTS, ON DIMIMY
If you're looking for an intense YA romance with a twist, you need to read DIMILY. . . I cannot recommend these books enough.
Mile Long Bookshelf
The last installment in the DIMILY series certainly didn't disappoint. . . It was everything I could've hoped for in what is probably one of my favourite trilogies. This was an absolutely fantastic ending to a great series and I'm sad that's it's over. This is a series I will definitely be rereading. . . I give this book 5 stars.
The Struggles of Being a Bookworm
It's not very often that I find a book series that I fall completely in love with and the DIMILY series is by far the best series I have read all year. . . This book completely stole my heart.