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Rebecca Serle

USA flag (b.1985)

Rebecca Serle is a full-time writer, which means she gets to wear pajamas to work. She went to the University of Southern California, then got her MFA from the New School in NYC. (She likes New York much more than LA, but don't tell anyone that.) Rebecca loves shiny hair, coffee, yoga, and pretending to be British. She, too, experienced heartbreak once. It worked out okay, though, because she turned the experience into her first novel, WHEN YOU WERE MINE.

Genres: Young Adult Romance, Romance, General Fiction
Rebecca Serle recommends
The Mall (2020)
Megan McCafferty
"What a pleasure it is to spend time in a McCafferty universe. Her writing is sharp, smart, sexy and oh-so-real. I’ll read her forever."
The Unsinkable Greta James (2022)
Jennifer E Smith
"Warm, funny, and bursting with heart, The Unsinkable Greta James is exactly the book you want to read: a pitch-perfect story about the ways we recover love in the strangest of places."
Let's Not Do That Again (2022)
Grant Ginder
"Let's Not Do That Again is a biting, hilarious, and endearing novel about family, politics, and the complicated (and simultaneously obvious) nature of love. Signature Ginder."
City of Likes (2022)
Jenny Mollen
"Jenny Mollen tackles the novel with all the signature hilarity, insight, and page-turning candor that she brings to her memoirs. A rollicking, joyful read that will make you want to put down the phone - and pick up a book."
Flying Solo (2022)
Linda Holmes
"Linda Holmes has crafted another moving and tender novel full of bighearted characters, smalltown charm, and deep truths about life. Flying Solo is a perfect book for anyone who feels a little separate from the flock."
Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow (2022)
Gabrielle Zevin
"Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow is the sort of book that comes around once in a decade - a magnificent feat of storytelling. It is a book about the intersection between love and friendship, work and vocation, and the impossible and relentless pull of our own west-bound destinies. Gabrielle Zevin is one of our greatest living novelists, and Tomorrow just may be her magnum opus. Remarkable."
The Favor (2023)
Adele Griffin
"A celebration of the unexpected paths and lasting power of female friendship...A gem of a book."

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