- Just because every other Jennifer E. Smith book has also been written for me.
I first read Jen E. Smith’s books when I was 16 and years later and now that I’m no longer a teenager I still feel like her books speak to me on a very personal level. I’m sure as bookworms we have all experienced this with some of our favorite books. I always ask, “How did Jen E. Smith know this about me?”
- I am in dire need of a vacation.
These days my routine is mostly work, home, more work, then sleep and repeat it all again. I need a new adventure and by adventure I mean I want to live and study abroad which brings me to my third reason…
- I am basically Hugo.
No, I’m not a sextuplet but I also want some time to myself by living away from home. I love my family and I have been living in this city for my whole life but I just want to experience something new and see for myself what I am like without too much depending on my family.
- I am also basically, like Mae.
I know what I want to achieve but I feel like I’m failing. It still doesn’t stop me from trying, though.
Have you read Field Notes on Love? Is there a book you feel like has been written especially for your?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
JENNIFER E. SMITH is the author of eight books for young adults, including Windfall and The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight. She earned a master’s degree in creative writing from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, and her work has been translated into thirty-three languages. She currently lives in New York City.