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Jacob Osborn

Jacob Osborn was raised in Plainsboro, New Jersey (five minutes outside Princeton) and attended the University of Wisconsin - Madison. While much of the material in Jenny Green stems from Amy Belasen's experiences in Canada, it was Jacob's time in Madison that made Jenny's story of culture shock all too familiar. He now lives in Los Angeles where he works on both books and screenplays and waits tables. He met Amy while working at a barbeque restaurant and hopes sincerely that, thanks to their partnership, he won't have to spend too much more time devoted to waiting tables.
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Hell hath no fury... Jenny Green is a spoiled teen "princess" and the newest junior at Montreal's Molson Academy. Jenny wants a fresh start in her new school, and she's curious to see what Montreal has to offer, most especially in the boy department. Beautiful, charming, and sharp-witted, Jenny has no trouble getting the boys to fall for her. But when she discovers just how despicable the male gender can be -- with the lying, the cheating, and the utter disrespect -- she decides to make them...
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Jacob Osborn
Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. He who doesn't ask questions will never have answers.

Q. Who is your favorite fictional villain?

A. Michael Corleone.

Q. What are your most overused words or phrases?

A. Dude. Peace out. Frankly.

Q. If you could meet any historical character, who would it be and what would you say to him or her?

A. I would most likely want to meet James Joyce, so I could bounce all my theories regarding his books off of him. However, from what I've read about the man, he'd likely deflect my questions with enigmatic answers, which would only add to my frustration. Still, I'd love to share a bottle of white wine with the guy.

Q. What’s your best quality?

A. I'm very understanding and often sympathetic, even when it doesn't show.

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