Emma Forrest





Emma Forrest


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in London, The United Kingdom
December 26, 1976

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Emma Forrest is a British-American journalist, novelist and screenwriter. She currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.

Average rating: 3.61 · 5,441 ratings · 563 reviews · 6 distinct works · Similar authors
Your Voice in My Head

3.75 avg rating — 3,413 ratings — published 2011 — 22 editions
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Namedropper

3.50 avg rating — 453 ratings — published 1998 — 6 editions
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Thin Skin

3.34 avg rating — 346 ratings — published 2002 — 9 editions
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Cherries In The Snow

3.46 avg rating — 203 ratings — published 2005 — 4 editions
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Damage Control: Women on th...

2.99 avg rating — 88 ratings — published 2007 — 8 editions
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“Time heals all wounds. And if it doesn't, you name them something other than wounds and agree to let them stay.”
Emma Forrest, Your Voice in My Head

“When you live with voices in your head, you are drawn inextricably to voices outside your head. Very often the voices work to confirm your worst suspicions. Or think of things you could never have imagined! There are only so many hours of the day to hate yourself.”
Emma Forrest, Your Voice in My Head

“I will be forever grateful for your presence in my life. I am a much better human being because of you. The experience of loving you, living with you, was the greatest journey of my life thus far. You showed me an alternative to the man I was becoming.

I know I still have much to learn, much to accomplish, and I know my future is bright. I owe you the confidence I now have in myself. This is the confidence that could only come from the knowledge that a woman of your caliber loved me for who I am; for what you saw in me.

You are a great woman and I mean that in the strongest sense of the phrase. You feel deeply, think deeply, and live deeply. I admire so much about you. Regardless of whether our paths cross again, know that I am actively wishing you success and happiness. I pray that you will once again be part of my life. But if left with just the experience we've shared, I know my life was better because of it.”
Emma Forrest, Your Voice in My Head

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