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Lena Jeong is an Asian-American YA author of diverse books. And Break the Pretty Kings is her debut novel. Pronouns: she/her.
 

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Lena Jeong is an Asian-American YA author who is dedicated to writing the diverse books she needed as a teenager. When she’s not writing, she can be found experimenting on new ways to make the perfect matcha latte. And Break the Pretty Kings is her debut novel. Pronouns: she/her.

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Lena Jeong wrote her first novel in the fifth grade—complete with a dude in distress, a heroine named Macaroni Pizza, and a dragon that is allergic to men. When she’s not working on her Korea-inspired novels, Lena is doing everything in her power to remain the “favorite auntie” among her adorable niece and nephews. You can also find her creating hanbok-inspired outfits on Animal Crossing: New Horizons or endlessly experimenting on new ways to make the perfect matcha latte. Lena has an M.F.A. in Creative Writing. And Break the Pretty Kings is her debut novel. Pronouns: she/her.

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Lena Jeong grew up in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and wrote her first novel in the fifth grade—complete with a dude in distress, a heroine named Macaroni Pizza, and a dragon that is allergic to men. After receiving an M.F.A. in Creative Writing she became dedicated to writing the diverse books she needed as a teenager and helping others do the same. 

 

When she’s not writing her Korea-inspired novels, Lena can be found doing everything in her power to remain the “favorite auntie” among her adorable niece and nephews. You can also find her creating hanbok-inspired outfits on Animal Crossing: New Horizons, or endlessly experimenting on new ways to make the perfect matcha latte (all tips and suggestions welcome). 

 

And Break the Pretty Kings is Lena’s debut novel. Her pronouns are she/her. 

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