Sara Davison is author of bestselling novels Cowboy and Loose Change. A journalist, novelist, screenwriter and radio host, she has earned a reputation as a social observer who does cutting edge pieces about the way we live. Her articles have appeared in Harper's, Esquire, The Atlantic, Rolling Stone and The New York Times. In television, she created two drama series, "Jack and Mike," and "Heart Beat," which ran on A.B.C. "Heart Beat" was the first ensemble of women on television who had no male boss above them, and featured the first lesbian character. She was later co-executive producer of "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," wrote hundreds of hours of drama episodes, movies and miniseries, and in 1994 was nominated for a Golden Globe. She's been a guest on national television shows such as "The Today Show," "Larry King Live" and "Sixty Minutes," and she conducts interviews and does commentary on public radio.
"I've always been a private person. I've never wanted to write a book, I've never let my house be photographed, and I've never let the public know what I really think. Now that's changed--there's a lot I want to say and not too much time left. I want the truth to be told, because it sure as hell hasn't been told before. So I've asked those who know me best--my real friends--to work with Sara Davidson in telling my story." -- Rock Hudson