Dani Jansen is a teacher and writer who lives in Montreal. She should probably be embarrassed to admit that she has performed as part of her school’s Glee Club for eight years. She should probably also be ashamed to tell people that she named her cats after punctuation symbols, Ampersand and Em-Dash, in case you're curious).
- A YA novel that uses humour to explore LGBTQ+ topics. NOT a tragic coming-out story.
- Will resonate with teenaged high achievers. Young people who feel the weight of the world is on their shoulders will likely understand Alison best.
- Drama nerds, romance lovers and teens that like "realistic" fiction will also enjoy the story.
- Promotion at national and regional school, library and trade conferences
- Extensive ARC distribution, advance e-galleys
- Author interview on blog and social media promotion
(D)ebut novelist Jansen crafts a relatable heroine whose anxious first-person narration carries the debut, while the diverse supporting cast rounds it out. Readers will root for Alison as she learns to collaborate, manage others’ expectations, accept failure, and, ultimately, to love. - Publisher's Weekly, September 1 2020
In the words of the Bard himself, most wonderful. - Kirkus Reviews, June 2020
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