Sophie Chi is in her first year at Wellesley College and has long accepted her aromantic and asexual identities. Despite knowing she’ll never fall in love, she enjoys anonymously running an Instagram account that offers relationship advice to other Wellesley students. When Joanna “Jo” Ephron—also a first-year aromantic and asexual student at Wellesley—created their “Sincerely Wanda” account, it wasn't meant to be a serious thing or take off like it did. But now she might have a rivalry of sorts with Dear Wendy. Oops.
While tensions rise online, Sophie and Jo get closer in real life, especially after they realize their shared aroace identities. As their friendship develops, can it survive if they learn who’s behind the Wendy and Wanda accounts?
Abdi Nazemian is the author of Like a Love Story, a Stonewall Honor Book, Only This Beautiful Moment, The Chandler Legacies, and The Authentics. His novel The Walk-In Closet won the Lambda Literary Award for LGBT Debut Fiction. His screenwriting credits include the films The Artist’s Wife, The Quiet, and Menendez: Blood Brothers and the television series Ordinary Joe and The Village. He has been an executive producer and associate producer on numerous films, including Call Me by Your Name, Little Woods, and The House of Tomorrow. He lives in Los Angeles with his husband, their two children, and their dog, Disco. Find him online at abdinazemian.com
Mae Coyiuto is a Chinese-Filipino writer, born and raised in the Philippines. Mae earned her BA in Psychology from Pomona College and her Master’s Degree in Writing for Young Adults/Children from The New School. If she’s not writing, she’s usually fangirling over Beyoncé, tennis, Gilmore Girls, or all of the above. She currently lives in Manila.
Roshani Chokshi is the award-winning author of the New York Times bestselling series The Star-Touched Queen, The Gilded Wolves and Aru Shah and The End of Time, which Time Magazine named one of the Top 100 Fantasy Books of All Time. Her novels have been translated into more than two dozen languages and often draw upon world mythology and folklore. Chokshi is a member of the National Leadership Board for the Michael C. Carlos Museum and lives in Georgia with her husband and their cat whose diabolical plans must regularly be thwarted.