Pam Jenoff – you may know her from The Diplomat’s Wife, The Lost Girls of Paris, and many other novels – started taking writing classes just as soon as she began practicing law. “She has learned to be a tireless reviser — a skill acquired in the legal world, where ‘people are always marking up your work.’ She says, ‘The only thing that separates me from the folks I started with in writing workshops — many of them were better writers — is that I just kept going.'”- The New York Times

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