Jennifer Juan returns, with her fifth major poetry collection, “27, With A White Lighter.” A reflection of her life so far, and what the future holds. In her darkest volume yet, Juan muses over romance, the meaning of life, drug culture, sexuality, Brexit, and so much more. One of the highlights of the collection is the poem “Toyland,” a playful look at first loves and the dangers of romance, which was recently shortlisted for the Zealous.co “Zealous Stories: Poetry” competition. Full of contemplative verses, in her signature raw and empathetic style, Juan guides the reader through her most personal and reflective work yet, discussing the facts of life, from the perspective of an inquisitive millennial, toying with the past and looking towards the future.
Speaking about Jennifer Juan's work, blogger and model Vicki Winley said, “I guess the reality of life is right here in her poems, she’s so current and relative to many people of all ages, but I especially think she is so current with the society we live in today.”
Following on from the successful release of her début EP “Wildflowers” during the summer, Jennifer Juan looks to close 2018 on a high, with her latest poetry collection “27, With A White Lighter.”
Speaking about her latest book, Jennifer Juan said, “I feel like this collection is the most open and honest I've ever been. It was hard to come to terms with a lot of things I wrote about, but it felt very freeing to create something from them, and I hope others will enjoy them.”
“27, With A White Lighter” is available worldwide on the 3rd of December 2018, and is available exclusively on eBook and in Paperback, through Amazon. For further information, and to discover more of Jennifer Juan's work, please visit her website, http://jenniferjuan.com.