NEW! Listen to Jacquelyn Mitchard in a 3-min. audio clip from her 50-min. conversation.
Jacquelyn Mitchard is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling novel, The Deep End of the Ocean which was named by USA Today as the second most influential novel in 25
years! It was also chosen as the first book for Oprah Winfrey's Book Club and was later released in a film version starring Michelle Pfieffer. Additionally, she's written seven novels, four children's books, two non-fiction books, three young adult books (two will be published in 2008). Jacquelyn's a contributing editor for such popular magazines as Parade and Readers Digest, a Ragdale Foundation Distinguished Fellow, and an essayist. She lives in Wisconsin with her husband and seven children.
In her "live" 1-hour conversation, Jacquelyn talked about how fate (in the form of Oprah) helped change her life as an author, the highs and lows of fame, writing as a form of nourishment, how she balances being a wife, mother of seven, and an amazingly successful author simultaneously, and more.
Jacquelyn's energy and enthusiasm about life, writing, family is so heartfelt.
"What an amazing interview!!!" - Stacey Kannenberg
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