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C. J. Grace

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. <em>Adulterer’s Wife: How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not </em>is her first book (available on <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Adulterers-Wife-Thrive-Whether-Stay/dp/0961843802/" target="_hplink">Amazon.com</a>), described by Celia Walden, US Editor-at-Large for British newspaper, <em>The Daily Telegraph</em>, 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, <em>Hotel Chemo: Learning to Laugh through Breast Cancer and Infidelity</em>. Visit C. J.’s websites, <a href="https://www.adultererswife.com/" target="_hplink">adultererswife.com</a>, and for C.J.'s Rent a Brit Voiceovers, <a href="https://www.rentabrit.com/" target="_hplink">rentabrit.com</a>.