Title: Alex Approximately
Author: Jenn Bennett
Genre: YA, Contemporary, Romance
Publication Date: 4th April 2017
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children’s UK
Summary: Bailey “Mink” Rydell has met the boy of her dreams. They share a love of films and talk all day – Alex is perfect. Well, apart from the fact that they’ve never actually met . . . and neither of them knows the other’s real name.
When Bailey moves to sunny California to live with her dad, who happens to live in the same town as Alex, she decides to track him down. But finding someone based on online conversations alone proves harder than Bailey thought, and with her irritating but charismatic (and potentially attractive?) colleague Porter Roth distracting her at every turn, will she ever get to meet the mysterious Alex?
Without a doubt this is one of the most exciting posts we’ve had to offer so far. Jenn Bennett is one of our favourite authors and we luckily got the chance to talk to her and ask her a few questions about her previous novels, writing style and her upcoming novel ‘Alex Approximately’.
Jenn took the YA world by storm last year with the release of her first contemporary novel ‘Night Owls’ (The Anatomical Shape of a Heart) and we both cannot wait to see what the future brings with her writing.
Jenn’s stories are always engaging and have the most incredible characters that you connect with buried deep within them. Here’s what she’s had to say:
Title: Night Owls
Author: Jenn Bennett
Genre: Chick-lit, Young Adult, Romance, Art
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children’s Books
Publication Date: 13th August 2015
Summery : Meeting Jack on the Owl – San Francisco’s night bus – turns Beatrix’s world upside down. Jack is charming, wildly attractive …and possibly one of San Francisco’s most notorious graffiti artists. On midnight rides and city rooftops, Beatrix begins to see who this enigmatic boy really is. But Jack is hiding much more – and can she uncover the truth that leaves him so wounded? A unique and profoundly moving novel, Night Owls will linger in your memory long after the final page. Continue reading