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Jason Pomerance was born in New York City, grew up in Westchester County, and graduated from Middlebury College. He lives in Los Angeles with his partner and their beagles.
He has written film and television projects for numerous studios and production companies, including Warner Brothers, Columbia Pictures, FremantleMedia, and Gold Circle Films.
Women Like Us is his first novel.
★★★★★ Modern Day Ya-Ya's on the West Coast!
I just loved this book, and raced through it no time. Pomerance paints a poignant picture of a family that is split and then comes together over the course of the story. You start out thinking it's a story about Susan, the chef, but to me, it's really a story about Edith Vale, her Mother-in -law, a Pasadena doyenne. The prose is beautiful, painting eloquent word pictures that bring the action to life. It really did put in mind of the Ya-Ya books in a very good way. You really feel for the characters, and understand their challenges. I hope to see more stories about Edith and her family in the future.~reviewed by Lainie H. on Amazon