Joyce MaynardJoyce Maynard (born November 5, 1953) is an American novelist and journalist. She began her career in journalism in the 1970s, writing for several publications, most notably ''Seventeen'' magazine and ''The New York Times''. Maynard contributed to ''Mademoiselle'' and ''Harrowsmith'' magazines in the 1980s, while also beginning a career as a novelist with the publication of her first novel, ''Baby Love'' (1981). Her second novel, ''To Die For'' (1992), drew from the Pamela Smart murder case and was adapted into the 1995 film of the same name. Maynard received significant media attention in 1998 with the publication of her memoir ''At Home in the World'', which deals with her affair with J. D. Salinger.
Maynard has published novels in a wide range of literary genres, including fiction, young adult fiction, and true crime. Her sixth novel, ''Labor Day'' (2009), was adapted into the 2013 film of the same name, directed by Jason Reitman. Her most recent novels include ''The Good Daughters'' (2010), ''After Her'' (2013), ''Under the Influence'' (2016), and ''Count the Ways'' (2021). Provided by Wikipedia
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