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Annabel Monaghan

Annabel Monaghan is the author of A Girl Named Digit and Double Digit (January 2014), and is co-author of Click! The Girls Guide to Knowing What You Want and Making it Happen. She grew up in Los Angeles, pondering traffic and what motivates people to put bumper stickers on their cars. She has since become an avid bumper sticker collector, and, like Digit, displays them only inside her house.

She writes a bi-weekly column for The Rye Record and is a regular contributor to The Week. Annabel has a degree in English from Duke University, an MBA from The University of Pennsylvania and a brief history as an investment banker. She lives in Rye, New York with her husband and three sons.

Genres: Romance
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