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Jessica Yeh

Jessica Yeh

Los Angeles, California

Jessica is an Asian-American LGBT author known for her novels, "Something Tragic" and "Bend For Me."

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Academically published at the Pennsylvania State University, and followed passionately online by like-minded fangirls.

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Success! Something Tragic sold 161 pre-orders by May 7, 2017, was pitched to 42 publishers, and will be published by Desert Palm Press.
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Update #11 - Help Choose the Book Cover! Oct. 10, 2017

Hi Everybody!

We're getting closer to the release date and I can hardly contain my excitement! Even though there's been a lot of work going on behind the scenes, I still want to keep you involved! That's why I'm letting you help choose the cover! Which design do you like best? (Don’t worry about the watermarks. These are just drafts) 

Click the link below and comment your vote on Facebook. (Or you can reply directly to this email!)

As a reminder, here's the blurb:

When they met, it was not of their own accord. In fact, they never would have crossed paths if it wasn’t for the school project. They were juniors. Addison was the quiet, new girl. Having to move in with her uncles after the fire was one of the most difficult things she ever had to endure. Tragic, really. Life always seemed to turn out that way for Addison.

When Addison first started at Parkville High, she knew exactly who Crisa Grayson was, even if Crisa didn’t know her. Crisa was the focus of hallway gossip, infamous for her wild parties and golden hair. On the surface, she seemed like the typical high school cliche. She was bubbly, fun-loving and sometimes even larger than life. But appearances can be deceiving and Addison never expected to interact with the enigma, let alone fall in love with her.

Follow the perspective of Addison Warren as she begins to unravel different layers of Crisa Grayson. Something Tragic is a coming of age, LGBT novel about self-discovery and finding love.

I can't wait for you all to read it! 

Always,

-Jessica