Candace Bushnell

Bushnell speaking at the [[Jaipur Literature Festival]] in 2011 Candace Bushnell (born December 1, 1958) is an American author, journalist, and television producer. She wrote a column for ''The New York Observer'' (1994–96) that was adapted into the bestselling ''Sex and the City'' anthology. The book was the basis for the HBO hit series ''Sex and the City'' (1998–2004) and two subsequent movies.

Bushnell followed this with the international bestselling novels ''4 Blondes'' (2001), ''Trading Up'' (2003), ''Lipstick Jungle'' (2005), ''One Fifth Avenue'' (2008), ''The Carrie Diaries'' (2010) and ''Summer and the City'' (2011). Two of her novels have been adapted for television: ''Lipstick Jungle'' (2008–09) on NBC, and ''The Carrie Diaries'' (2013-2014) on The CW. ''One Fifth Avenue'' has been optioned by the Mark Gordon Company and ABC for another television show. Provided by Wikipedia
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