Lyla Lee in Conversation with Amélie Wen Zhao

  • May 27, 2022

The author of Flip the Script speaks virtually on Tues., May 31st, at 7 p.m. (EDT)!

Lyla Lee in Conversation with Amélie Wen Zhao

"The first rule of watching K-dramas: Never fall in love with the second lead."

Hana loves K-dramas and has finally landed a starring role in a buzzy new series. To boost their ratings, showrunners set her up to fake date her co-star boyfriend, heartthrob Bryan Yoon, who happens to also be an internationally famous K-pop star. But, after negative reactions from the audience, the producers decide to bring on a new lead actress to challenge Hana’s role as main love interest. Now she must fight for her position on the show while trying not to fall for her new on-screen rival in real life. Flip the Script combines a swoony sapphic romance with all the fan-favorite k-drama tropes.

Registrations that include the purchase of Flip the Script will come with exclusive promotional items, including two art cards, bookmark, sticker, and a signed bookplate, while supplies last! These items are provided by Lyla Lee and require proof of purchase.

Once you have purchased your copy of Flip the Script CLICK HERE to complete the form and upload your receipt to receive the promotional items. Items will be shipped directly from the author.

Books are available for store pickup, U.S. shipping, and shipping to Canada or Mexico. If you would like your book shipped outside North America, please email PoliticsProseKids@gmail.com for an international shipping quote.

Lyla Lee is the author of the young adult novel I’ll Be the One and the Mindy Kim Series for young readers. Originally from South Korea, she’s lived in various cities throughout the United States and worked various jobs in Hollywood. She now lives in Dallas, Texas.

Amélie Wen Zhao, author of the Blood Heir trilogy, has been writing since she was in kindergarten. Born in Paris and raised in a multicultural community in Beijing, Amélie has a bone-deep love for traveling and immersing herself in new worlds and cultures. She lives in New York City, working as a full-time financial professional by day, and writer at night.

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