Danielle Wong is a California native living on the East Coast. Writer by day and reader by night, she loves creating and consuming all forms of media. She tagged along on her dad’s business trips during childhood, and in doing so explored more than twenty-five different countries, including Egypt, China, and England. Seeing so much of the world at a young age rendered her a travel addict and photography junkie. Her writing has been published in print and online publications, including The Huffington Post, USA Today, and Her Campus. Wong is currently earning an MFA while working on her next novel.
about SWEARING OFF STARS
Amelia Cole—Lia for short—is one of the first women studying abroad at Oxford University in the 1920s. Finally free from her overbearing Brooklyn parents, she finds a welcome sense of independence in British college life—and quickly falls for Scarlett Daniels, an aspiring actress and hardheaded protester. Scarlett introduces her to an exciting gender-equality movement, but when their secret love clashes with political uprising, their relationship is one of the casualties. Years later, Lia’s only memories of Scarlett are obscured by the glossy billboards she sees advertising the actress’s new films. But when a mysterious letter surfaces, she is immediately thrown back into their unsettled romance, and she crosses oceans and continents in her search for her former lover. Lia will stop at nothing to win Scarlett back—but ultimately, spread across time and place, she begins to realize that uncovering lost love might not be attainable after all.