In her "mid-40s," [Beth] Hoffman always wanted to write fiction but pursued an interior-design career in Cincinnati. After almost dying from the same infection that killed Jim Henson, she sold her share of the design company in 2004 to write full time. "My husband said, 'Queenie, you need to do this,' " Hoffman says. "So I set my sails full and went for it."
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