Jessica S. Olson

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A Forgery of Roses (Standalone) was the most recently released book by Jessica S. Olson, on March 1st, 2022.

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Jessica S. Olson Stats: The highest rated book by Jessica S. Olson on Book Notification is A Forgery of Roses, a Standalone novel.

The most read book by Jessica S. Olson on Book Notification is A Forgery of Roses, a Standalone novel.

Below is a complete list of Jessica S. Olson books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series.

List of Standalone Novels in Publication Order

Jessica S. Olson: Biography

Jessica S. Olson is probably best known for her Standalone Novels. There are currently 2 novels available. The first standalone was released in 2021 with the novel Sing Me Forgotten. The most recently released novel was A Forgery of Roses which was released in 2022. There are no upcoming standalone novels by Jessica at this time.

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Jessica S. Olson: F.A.Q

What was the first book Jessica S. Olson wrote?

The first novel written by Jessica S. Olson was Sing Me Forgotten, published in 2021.

What was the most recent book Jessica S. Olson wrote?

Her most recently released work was A Forgery of Roses on March 1st, 2022.

Will there be any more books by Jessica S. Olson?

Jessica S. Olson does not have any upcoming books with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has Jessica S. Olson written?

Jessica S. Olson has written 2 books. 2 Standalone Novels.

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    Christopher McMoon
    Christopher McMoon
    9 months ago

    Jessica S. Olson is a young adult fantasy author that is best known as the author of the young adult fantasy fiction novel “Sing Me Forgotten.” The work is a gender-swapped retelling inspired by the 1986 musical “The Phantom of the Opera.”
    While she has now become known as an author, growing up, she had an obsession with music and began taking piano lessons while still very young. When she got older, she took flute and voice lessons and as an adult, she even dabbled in the organ.
    Her love for music probably came from the fact that her parents used to constantly play music at home when she was a child. She used to listen to all manner of music from classical piano, orchestra, and Broadway show tunes.

    As such, “Sing Me Forgotten” was something like a love letter to music, and if she had not become an author she most likely would have become a musician.

    Olson still considers New Hampshire her home, even though she now lives in Texas and spends much of her time praising the inventor of the air conditioner.

    When she is not trying to avoid the heat, she can often be found corralling her three adorable but sometimes very wild kids, coming up with stories about magic, murder, and kissing, and eating a lot of peanut butter straight from the jar.
     
    As for how she started writing, Jessica S. Olson has said that she has been writing ever since she was in kindergarten. In fact, she believes that her parents still have the many stacks of books that she illustrated and wrote while she was a child.

    During that time, she used to pen some sweet stories that told of girls that went on picnics to eat jelly sandwiches and peanut butter and got castles for Christmas.
    During her teenage years, she discovered “Harry Potter” and soon after stopped writing terrible picture books and moved to some terrible novels.

    She could often be found scribbling her little stories in notebooks in class during her high school and middle school years, much to the consternation of her teachers.
     
    She was first inspired to become an author by the “Harry Potter” books and has now read most of the JK Rowling novels.

    Other books that have been a huge inspiration to Jessica Olson include “Ella Enchanted” by Gail Carson Levine who made her come to love the enchanting duet of romance and magic.

    She learned how to not hold anything back as a writer from the “Throne of Glass” books by Sara J. Maas who often does some horrendous things to her characters making for the most realistic works.
     
    Following graduation from high school, she majored in English and minored in French and editing. This meant that she spent much of her time in college eating French pastries and reading, which served her well in her future career as an author.

    After graduating from college, she became determined to become a published author and began writing manuscripts. Jessica S. Olson had the idea for her debut novel when she was in the shower and began to think what if memories were currency?
    She had also been thinking of doing some kind of Phantom story and when she combined thee together it resulted in the manuscript for “Sing Me Forgotten.” She began querying agents in 2009 hoping to get literary representation.

    As is usually the case, she had the usual rejections and was subjected to requests for rewrites and editing, and redrafting until 2018. In 2018, she submitted her “Phantom of the Opera” inspired manuscript to Pitch Wars and was lucky to be chosen.

    Not long after that, she signed on with an agent, and soon after, she sold her manuscript to Inkyard, an Imprint of HarperCollins.
     
    Jessica S. Olson’s novel “A Forgery of Roses” is the story of Isda, a woman who does not exist. For people that do not know what goes on beyond the opulent walls of the opera house, she is practically a ghost.

    When she was born, she had been thrown into a well since she was among a group of very few who had the ability to manipulate memories when people sing.

    She had been saved by the owner of the opera house Cyril who had given her a home and protected her from the dangerous world outside. He asks that she make use of her powers to ensure that ticket sales remain high.

    But she needs to remain hidden since if anyone finds out that she lives, Cyril and Isda could just lose their lives. However, she cannot resist it when she meets a charming boy named Emeric Rodin who upends her entire life.

    He has a voice unlike any other but the best thing is that she can see that in his memories she could find a way to break free of her opulent prison.

    Obsessed with the possibility, Isda begins spending a lot of time with Emeric looking for answers about his past and his music. Still, the price of freedom could be very high than she ever imagined.

    As she fights to deal with her growing feelings for Emeric, she comes to learn that if she is to take charge of her destiny, she may need to become the monster that everyone tried to kill at birth.
     
    “Sing Me Forgotten” by Jessica S. Olson introduces Myra Whitlock, a woman with a very valuable gift. Known as a prodigy, she has the rare and very sought-after capability of painting adjustments onto people.

    This means that by painting a portrait, she can fix broken noses, change eye color, and radically alter something as complicated as someone’s shape. She has what is best described as a magical version of plastic surgery and healing all in one.

    The problem is that prodigies are not cherished and beloved members of society as they are persecuted and hunted like witches of old. As such, Myra often tries to keep her abilities secret and paints in the dark.

    Things had been working pretty well until her father and her prodigy mother disappeared one night and she is now threatened with poverty alongside her younger sister.

    She is ready to do anything including entering into a deal with the devil to save her family. Jessica takes up a job with the wife of an influential but very anti-prodigy senator who wants Myra’s help to fix her son who had fallen off a balcony and died.
    It is not an easy mission but she will need to do it since she needs the money. Moreover, the family has threatened to out her if she does not help them.
     

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