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I had had one manuscript that had gone out and didn’t sell, like a lot of us go through with a good agent. [For Starters, I queried new agents.] This one was sort of charmed [in] that I got three agents offering within 24 hours, and picked my agent and she sold it in six days over a holiday weekend, taking a preemptive bid the night before the auction.

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She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from New York University and is a candidate for a Master of Science in bioethics at Columbia.

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