Andrea Drugay

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Writer and editor in San Francisco. Lover of all things healthy & wise. Blogger, yogi, author of books available @ Amazon!

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Andrea Drugay is a UX Writer at Dropbox. She’s spent many years writing and editing for various areas in tech, including SaaS, biometrics, social media networks, and ecommerce. She’s an ex-Googler, speaker and panelist for design and writing events including AIGA and IoT World, writing workshop coordinator, and semi-regular blogger. She’s passionate about creating clear and positive user experiences with her words, and she loves to help people create the best possible copy they can write. Andrea has a BA in Communication and an MFA in Creative Writing.

She has been a writer and editor for over 20 years, in
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Average rating: 4.02 · 47 ratings · 8 reviews · 3 distinct works
How to Survive Beauty Schoo...

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And the Heart Says Whatever by Emily Gould
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I've been on a personal essay kick recently (reading, not writing), so who better to read than the Queen of Oversharing herself? Probably a tie with Lena Dunham, actually, and it's not a lie that reading this book feels like binge watching three seas ...more
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The Knockoff by Lucy Sykes
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DNF. I can't get past the terrible premise. There's NO WAY the protagonist is as clueless as she's presented to be. Just no way. Too bad, because I loved Fitness Junkie so much. I did make it all the way to Fashion Week, though, so maybe there's hope ...more
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Sourdough by Robin Sloan
Sourdough
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I loved this book! Also: I'm exactly the book's target audience, so that probably helps. A programmer at a robot company in SF is gifted some very special sourdough starter, and all sorts of Bay Area / Northern California tech-and-foodie adventures a ...more
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Congo by Michael Crichton
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Fearsome and smart gorillas, not-so-smart humans, good ‘80s-style sci-fi stuff
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Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari
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Fascinating, thought-provoking, perfect
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Creativity, Inc. by Ed Catmull
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Kitchen Table Tarot by Melissa Cynova
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A down-to-earth approach to reading that's a little too vague and favoring humor over insight sometimes.
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Powerful by Patty McCord
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Dead Girls by Alice Bolin
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(Reader, take note these are *personal* essays, not academic discourses.) I love her writing style, love her obsession with Joan Didion and L.A., love her thread of "dead girls" as metaphor and reality throughout the book. Really just loved this book ...more
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