Jyst

Jyst

The Dating Decoder
Apr 16 '16
As publishers look for novel ways to gain readers’ attention, HarperCollins* has launched a partnership with the new relationship advice app, Jyst, to promote CRUSH: Writers Reflect on Love, Longing and the Lasting Power of Their First Celebrity Crush, (April 5th). The star-studded collection, edited by memoirists Cathy Alter and Dave Singleton, includes essays by James Franco, Stephen King, Jodi As publishers look for novel ways to gain readers’ attention, HarperCollins* has launched a partnership with the new relationship advice app, Jyst, to promote CRUSH: Writers Reflect on Love, Longing and the Lasting Power of Their First Celebrity Crush, (April 5th). The star-studded collection, edited by memoirists Cathy Alter and Dave Singleton, includes essays by James Franco, Stephen King, Jodi Picoult, Jill Kargman, Emily Gould and numerous noted writers. Jyst, the crowd-sourced anonymous relationship advice app is a natural fit. “Jyst provides a platform for women to weigh in on their most personal relationship stories in real-time. It’s a perfect fit," say Jyst co-Founders, Emily Listfield and Nadina Guglielmetti.” For the book’s launch, Jyst has created a question asking users to post about their first celebrity crushes. “Dave and I are so excited to pair CRUSH and Jyst! Our first celebrity crushes can be our earliest influencers, guiding us to –and away from—the people we meet and fall in love with later in life. Just as the Jyst community guides people in relationships with real feedback and the kind of advice I wish I had when I was wasting my time on Donny Osmond.” Cathy and Dave will go on a date with Jyst to answer questions in real time later this month.

"Whether you're meeting people in real life or whether you're still holding onto relationship prospects via apps like Tinder and Bumble—Jyst is the perfect way to decode all the questionable dating situations you encounter along the way.” - Harper’s Bazaar on Jyst

“An outstanding selection of poignant and thought-provoking stories.” - Kirkus starred review, CRUSH
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