Melanie Bennett Jacobson is an avid reader, amateur cook, and champion shopper. She lives in Southern California with her husband and children and a series of doomed houseplants, and is currently pursuing a Masters degree in writing for children and young adults.
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10 Things About Me
I love roller coasters with a deep and abiding love.
I always sneeze in threes. My grandfather did too.
I can’t cross my eyes. When my kids want to make me feel bad about myself, they cross their eyes at me.
We don’t have cable and the only thing I miss is Project: Runway. But I realllly miss it.
I love the beach but hate getting in the water.
I will always mourn not having been born a redhead.
I’m an NPR junkie. And This American Life podcasts are my happy place.
I make really good Cajun food.
I keep a permanent supply of Dove milk chocolate on hand.
I organize the books in my home library by color. And it’s awesome.