Katherine Pancol born 22 October is a journalist and bestselling French novelist. Her books have been translated into some 30 languages, and sold millions of copies worldwide. Katherine Pancol moved from Casablanca to France when she was five.
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She studied literature and initially became a French and Latin teacher before turning to journalism. While working for Paris-Match and Cosmopolitan , she was noticed by an intuitive publisher who encouraged her to begin writing fiction.
Following the success of her first novel Moi D'abord in , Pancol moved to New York City where she spent the next decade pursuing creative writing and screenwriting classes at Columbia University while producing three more novels La Barbare in , Scarlett, si possible and Les Hommes cruels ne courent pas les rues.
Pancol is admired for her insights into human psychology, particularly women, and her sense of detail is often shaded with wry humor.
Her works tend to have an uplifting theme while entertaining, and have been immensely successful commercially. One of her goals is to inspire women to dare to be themselves while keeping a positive relationship with life itself.
Moi DAbord by Katherine Pancol
Published in , her novel Les Yeux jaunes des crocodiles The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles was a huge success in France, where it sold more than one million copies  and received the "Prix de Maison de la Presse, " for the largest distribution in France. She lives in Paris , France where she recently published Muchachas. Pancol updates her blog weekly on her web-site.
In Crocodiles, the main character, Josephine Cortes, struggles with a divorce, economic problems, a difficult teenage daughter, a tyrannical mother, and low self-esteem.
As Jo discovers her own talents, she struggles with not getting credit for her work, which becomes a runaway bestseller. A review at The Washington Post called the book a "satisfying read. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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