Jodi Picoult

Jodi Picoult is the internationally bestselling author of twenty-seven novels, which have been translated into thirty-four languages in thirty-five countries. The 2013–2014 recipient of the New Hampshire Literary Award for Outstanding Literary Merit, Picoult has also been honored with the New England Bookseller Award for Fiction, the Book Browse Diamond Award for novel of the year (My Sister’s Keeper), Cosmopolitan’s ‘Fearless Fiction’ Award, Waterstones’ Author of the Year in the UK, a Vermont Green Mountain Book Award, a Virginia Reader’s Choice Award, a Maryland Black-Eyed Susan Award and many other distinctions. She also received an honorary Doctor of Letters from Dartmouth College (2010) and another from the University of New Haven (2012). Picoult is a frequent #1 New York Times bestselling author and four of her novels—The Pact, Plain Truth, The Tenth Circle, and Salem Falls—have been made into television movies, while My Sister’s Keeper was a major motion picture released by New Line Cinema and starring Cameron Diaz. Picoult has also written five issues of the Wonder Woman comic book series for DC Comics. Her novel, Leaving Time, was published in 2014. Picoult’s next novel, Small Great Things, came out in 2016, and has since been optioned for a feature film by Amblin Partners. Her new ebook short Mermaid debuted with Amazon’s Kindle in Motion in 2017. A Spark of Light, focusing on the subject of abortion, was published in 2018 and The Book of Two Ways, a love story centered around Egyptology, was published in 2020. Her next novel, Wish You Were Here, focusing on the Coronavirus pandemic, will publish in November 2021.

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Wish You Were Here