Ex-BBC journalist, cancer warrior, opinionated Brit in USA, author of "Adulterer's Wife: How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not"
As a Brit living in America, C. J. Grace wholeheartedly embraces the best and worst of both cultures. After gaining an honors degree in economics, she became a BBC staff journalist in the UK and later worked for China Radio International in Beijing. Adulterer’s Wife: How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not is her first book (available on Amazon.com), described by Celia Walden, US Editor-at-Large for British newspaper, The Daily Telegraph, as "very clever and well-written. Such a good idea too." Having lived and worked on three continents – in England, China and America – C. J. has come to the conclusion that no one country has a monopoly for nuttiness as regards sex and relationships. It’s just that in each place the characteristics of that nuttiness are slightly different. C. J. is currently completing her second book, Hotel Chemo: Learning to Laugh through Breast Cancer and Infidelity.
Visit C. J.’s websites, adultererswife.com, and for C.J.'s Rent a Brit Voiceovers, rentabrit.com.