Cara Delevingne earned her young adult credentials when she starred in the adaptation of John Green's Paper Towns, and now she's putting them to good use: Cara Delevingne has written a YA novel. The novel, which will be published in October, is called Mirror, Mirror — a title that's got serious witchy fairytale vibes. The British actress and model has written the book with the help of author Rowan Coleman, who wrote the bestselling The Memory Book — which is a great sign that this novel is going to blow us all away.
According to The Bookseller, Cara Delevingne's novel is a "gripping and twisty coming-of-age story that explores identity, sexuality, friendship and betrayal, with a killer mid-point twist" — which sounds pretty incredible. Whenever Delevingne has spoken about her relationships in the past, we've all been left swooning, so I can't wait to see how she explores love and sexuality in Mirror, Mirror.
Delevingne herself said that she had "a special experience ... creating the characters and developing the storyline" of Mirror, Mirror with Rowan Coleman, declaring: "I am so proud and I cannot wait for everyone to read this collaboration between me and one of my favourite [sic] writers.” We can't wait either, Cara.