Books by Jojo Moyes (Author of Me Before You)Jojo Moyes is a British author of romance novels. She got into journalism when she won a bursary from the newspaper The Independent in order to attend a postgrad journalism course at City University in London. Jojo lives on a farm in Essex with husband, journalist Charles Arthur, and their three children. Jojo Moyes became a full-time novelist in with the publication of her debut novel, Sheltering Rain. Note: Foreign Fruit was re-published under the title of Windfallen.
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Growing up in London, Jojo Moyes is a British author who was born in and was named after a song written by the Beatles singing group. She worked an array of different writing jobs including writing braille for people who were blind and writing brochures. Jojo Moyes is now a novelist but was a writer and a journalist before becoming a novelist. For ten years she worked for a newspaper called The Independent, during which time she also did some writing as an assistant editor and a correspondent covering the areas of art and media. After earning a degree at both the Bedford New College and Royal Holloway London University Moyes won a scholarship from the newspaper The Independent and was able to do graduate journalism work, which she did at City University.
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Pauline Sara Jo Moyes born 4 August , known professionally as Jojo Moyes , is an English journalist and, since , a romance novelist and screenwriter. 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 twenty-eight languages. 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 In she became the newspaper's Arts and Media Correspondent. Early in her writing career,  Moyes wrote three manuscripts that were all initially rejected. With one child, another baby on the way, and a career as a journalist, Moyes committed to herself that if her fourth book was rejected, she would stop her efforts. After submitting the first three chapters of her fourth book to various publishers, six of them began a bidding war for the rights.