Contributor biographical information for Follow my lead : what training my dogs taught me about life, love, and happiness / Carol Quinn.

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Originally from Milton, MA, Carol Quinn is the owner and creative director of Benedict Partners, Inc., an advertising agency in Venice, California. She has written for film and television; her most recent project is the feature screenplay Five Days in May, which was sold to director J. Michael McClary. Quinn is the co-creator/author of the first American mass-market graphic novels for girls, Pink Flamingos, the creator of the YA book series Palm Beach Prep, and the narrative and story editor for Academy Award-winning actress Patricia Neal’s memoir As I Am. She has a degree in drama from Arts Educational Schools, London, and a bachelor’s degree from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Quinn recently completed her first novel, Under the Ether, and is writing a screenplay based on the novel. She also has a second novel in progress. She has two sons and lives in Venice, California.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Dogs -- Training -- Anecdotes.
Dogs -- Behavior -- Anecdotes.
Human-animal relationships -- Anecdotes.
Human-animal communication -- Anecdotes.
PETS / Dogs / Training -- bisacsh.
SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / Happiness -- bisacsh.