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Author Rebecca Bloom graduated Brown University, studied in Paris to be a chef, traveled extensively throughout Europe, and worked in a number of kitchens in Los Angeles, including Campanile and Jiraffe. She started her own fashion design and jewelry company, Speckles by Rebecca Bloom, specializing in one-of-a-kind clothing and accessories fashioned with vintage textiles, embellishments, and findings, which were sold at local stores including Fred Segal, Madison, and Beige.

Then she drastically changed course professionally again in favor of writing. With a focus on art, lifestyle, events, and food, Rebecca was the Executive  Editor and Editor at Large for Los Angeles Confidential magazine for over two years and worked on special projects for Niche Media.

Rebecca sits on the board of LAXART, a new contemporary art based nonprofit organization in LA, which supports a renewed vision for the potential of independent art spaces for which is the Board Chair. She served on the Museum of Contemporary Art's benefit committee for FRESH, the museum’s bi-annual silent auction fundraiser. She helped host pARTy 2007, a toast to young patrons from LACMA, MOCA, Music Center, LA Opera, Hammer and Getty.

Rebecca's debut novel, Girl Anatomy (Harper Collins, 2002) and her second, Tangled Up In Daydreams (Harper Collins, 2003) were both featured in numerous national and regional publications including The New York Times, Los Angeles TimesNew York Post, InStyle, Angeleno, Brentwood, Hollywood Reporter and Variety in addition to various electronic outlets such as EXTRA, Good Day Live and Dallas Morning News.

Her work is included in a collection of short stories, Have I Got A Guy for You, released April 2008 by Adams Media. Now Rebecca tries to snag precious free time to write between diapers. Eat, Drink, and Be Married available on amazon.com is her third novel and she can be reached at: www.rebeccabloom.com.