"The Tale will never be a feel-good, wine night pick. I doubt I will ever see it twice myself (or unsee it, ever). But it deserves to be seen. It deserves to be talked about. It is raw and haunting and nearly impossible to digest immediately, but it is real.
Laura Dern’s phenomenal acting chops brought the story to screen, but Jennifer’s resilience brought it to life. She took back her narrative in a way that many will never be able to understand. And with The Tale, that’s fine. You don’t have to understand what she’s been through. It’s enough to just know. We all know a Jenny Fox, after all."
Sara started her writing career at the age of 16 when she launched her now retired lifestyle / comedy blog: OMFG Sara. But if you ask her, she'll say that she's always been a writer at heart. She grew up as an avid reader and retained the habit through her adolescence to her early adulthood years. Once she enrolled in college, she started writing professionally. From lifestyle evergreen pieces to trending pop-culture takes, Sara's writing has been shared with thousands of readers across the globe. She is most known for her contribution to MTV in 2016-2017 as an editorial writer. She still freelances on occasion for publications seeking an honest, clear voice.
Currently, Sara is working on her first collection of personal essays, titled 1996. In this collection, she talks about growing up in the Midwest as an American-Asian teen with a foot out of each culture, unable to find the balance as a second generation immigrant. She also talks about taking social cues from cult classics such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Gilmore Girls. Her creative approach to storytelling has made for a mesmerizing read as she transitions from first-loves to mental health to making a name for yourself before being able to legally drink. She hopes that 1996 will inspire readers to find comfort in their journey and remember to laugh along the way.