I recently had the great privilege of reading an advanced copy of Tiffany Schmidt’s sophomore novel BRIGHT BEFORE SUNRISE. And this is what I said:
And it’s so true. I was carried away to my own crazy nights in high school while reading. And of course, because it’s Tiffany, the book is poignant and romantic and funny and gripping. I can’t wait for you all to read it, too.
Here’s the finished cover:
Jonah and Brighton are about to have the most awkwardly awful night of their lives. For Jonah, every aspect of his new life reminds him of what he has had to give up. All he wants is to be left alone. Brighton is popular, pretty, and always there to help anyone . . . but has no idea of what she wants for herself. Her seemingly perfect life is marred only by Jonah, the one person who won’t give her the time of day, but also makes her feel, well, something. So when they are repeatedly thrown together over the course of one night, anything can—and does—happen. Told in alternating chapters, this poignant, beautiful novel’s energy and tension, amidst the humor and romance, builds to a new beginning of self-acceptance and hope.
Even though Bright Before Sunrise is not out until February, you can preorder it now.