Author Profile

Pamela Redmond Satran

Pamela Redmond Satran

Pamela Redmond Satran is the New York Times bestselling author of both humor books and novels, including Younger, now a television show created by Sex & The City’s Darren Star for TVLand. Her other books include the historical novel The Possibility of You and the bestsellers How Not to Act Old and 30 Things Every Woman Should Have and Should Know By the Time She's 30.

She’s also the coauthor with Linda Rosenkrantz of a groundbreaking series on baby names and the cocreator of the website Nameberry. Satran is a columnist for the Observer and contributes to the Huffington Post, the Daily Beast and more. 

The mother of three grown children, she lives in Los Angeles where she is working on a new novel and developing an original television series.

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Reviews of The Possibility of You

Deeply satisfying and enojyable and juicy. I loved the characters, loved the history, and felt like I was absorbed in a world that I didn't want to let go.
-- Peggy Orenstein, author of Cinderella Ate My Daugher

Reviews of Younger

Satran weaves a sparkly thread of fantasy through her solid social realism, writing precisely what Alice tells her boss readers want: "a book that's going to keep them awake beyond half a page at the end of a long involved day."
-- Publishers Weekly,

Satran's tale is resonant with truths, some funny, some painful, and readers young and not so young will love this new twist on the coming-of-age theme.
-- Booklist,