|Born||Pauline Sara Jo Moyes
4 August 1969
London, England, UK
|Spouse||Charles (Maxwell) Arthur|
Jojo Moyes (born 4 August 1969 in London, England) is an English journalist and, since 2002, a romance novelist. She is one of only a few authors to have twice won the Romantic Novel of the Year Award by the Romantic Novelists' Association and has been translated into eleven different languages.
Life and early career
In 1992, she won a bursary financed by The Independent newspaper to attend the postgraduate newspaper journalism course at City University, London. She subsequently worked for The Independent for the next 10 years (except for one year, when she worked in Hong Kong for the Sunday Morning Post) in various roles, becoming Assistant News Editor in 1998. In 2002 she became the newspaper's Arts and Media Correspondent.
Moyes became a full-time novelist in 2002, when her first book Sheltering Rain was published. She continues to write articles for The Daily Telegraph.
Moyes is one of only a few authors to have won the Romantic Novelists' Association's Romantic Novel of the Year Award twice. She first won the award in 2004 for Foreign Fruit  and in 2011 for The Last Letter From Your Lover
- Sheltering Rain (2002)
- Foreign Fruit (2003) (published in the US as Windfallen)
- The Peacock Emporium (2004)
- The Ship of Brides (2005)
- Silver Bay (2007)
- Night Music (2008)
- The Horse Dancer (2009)
- The Last Letter From Your Lover (2010)
- Me Before You (2012)
- Honeymoon In Paris (2012)
- The Girl You Left Behind (2012)
- The One Plus One (2014) (published in the US as One Plus One)
- After You (2015)
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