Anne-Marie Casey was a script editor and producer of prime time television drama for ten years before becoming a writer full time. She has written scripts for films and television series in the UK and Ireland and her stage adaptation of 'Little Women' enjoyed a sell out run with rave reviews.
She is currently working on her second novel and a stage adapatation of 'Wuthering Heights'.
Her debut novel 'No One Could Have Guessed the Weather' (US title) / 'An Englishwoman in New York' (UK title), was inspired by her experiences living in Manhattan with her family and her love/love relationship with the city. She is married to the novelist Joseph O'Connor and they now live in Dublin with their two sons.
The middle part of your story might just be the beginning?
After her husband loses his job, Lucy has to leave behind her posh life in London and settle into a tiny East Village apartment. Now she’s a middle-aged mother in the midst of hipsters, homesick and resentful until she embarks on a new love affair?with New York City and three new friends.
Julia has left her family for a mini breakdown and a room of her own. Trophy wife Christy is a bit adrift, as only those who live in penthouses can be. Robyn is constantly compensating for her wunderkind husband who can’t seem to make the transition to adulthood. And all of them are starting to learn that what you want in your twenties isn’t always what you need in your forties