Elisabeth Egan is the books editor at Glamour, where she has worked for three years. She has also been an editor at Self and Amazon Publishing. She divides her time between reading and writing, and her essays and book reviews have appeared in Glamour, Self, People, O, Real Simple, Refinery29 and a number of newspapers, including The New York Times, The LA Times and The Washington Post.
Egan’s first novel, A Window Opens, is now available in paperback. She always wanted to be a writer, but she had no idea how to get started—until she decided to just sit down and start. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, three kids, two cats, one dog and a crested gecko with a life expectancy of 27 years.