Cara Lockwood

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Cara Lockwood
Language English
Nationality Texan
Citizenship USA
Alma mater University of Pennsylvania
Genres chick lit
Notable work(s) I Do (But I Don't)

Cara Lockwood is an American novelist and the bestselling author of nine novels from Mesquite, Texas.

Career[edit]

Her novels most identify with the chick lit genre. Her most successful book to date has been I Do (But I Don't), which was made into a Lifetime Original Movie starring Denise Richards and Dean Cain and was a USA Today bestseller.

She is currently writing the Bard Academy teen series, updating her favorite classics. Titles to date include Wuthering High, Scarlet Letterman, and "Moby Clique".[1]

The majority of her books have been published by Downtown Press and MTV Books.

Personal life[edit]

Lockwood graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, where she majored in English studies. She is 1991 graduate of Mesquite High School.[2]

She is currently divorced and living in Chicago with her two daughters and working on her next novel.

Bibliography[edit]

Adult novels
  • Dixieland Sushi
  • Pink Slip Party
  • I Do (But I Don't)
  • In One Year and Out the Other
  • I Did (But I Wouldn't Now)
  • Every Demon Has His Day
  • You Can't Teach An Old Demon New Tricks
  • Follow Me (Serial starting 2013)
Young adult novels
  • Wuthering High (Bard Academy)
  • The Scarlet Letterman (Bard Academy)
  • Mobey Clique (Bard Academy)
  • A Tale of Two Proms (Bard Academy)

References[edit]

  1. ^ (10 April 2008). The books: Cara Lockwood's Bard Academy series, Los Angeles Times
  2. ^ (3 July 2003). Author unveils 1st book: Mesquite High grad draws on wedding experience for story, Dallas Morning News ("The 1991 Mesquite High School graduate - and daughter of school board member Cary Tanamachi - borrowed from her own bridal experience and those of her friends to write her first novel. I Do (But I Don't) was released in early June by Downtown Press, a new imprint of Pocket Books, which is a division of Simon & Schuster.")

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