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Gwen Davis is an American novelist, playwright, songwriter, journalist and poet. Davis has written eighteen novels, including the sexy bestseller "The Pretenders." She has also written travel for the Wall Street Journal Europe, for online publications such as the Huffington Post, and maintains a popular personal blog, "Report from the Front."

Davis was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her parents separated when she was five, which started a lifetime of gypsying. She graduated from Bryn Mawr College, got a Master's Degree in Creative Writing from Stanford, and has lived in Spain, Paris, Rome, London, Venice, New York and Hollywood, which fancies itself more exotic than all those other locales put together. She has just returned from living in Bali, Indonesia where she wrote arguably her best book, the title of which is too good to mention, as somebody might steal it. She authored a famous movie, "What a Way to Go," had a play on Broadway, "The Best Laid Plans," and a musical comedy, "Sylvia, Who?" that she hopes to live long enough to see produced.

She is now living between New York, and Beverly Hills, (why not?) revving up for the best to come.

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