Robin Cantor-Cooke has worked for more than thirty years as a writer, editor, audio and video scriptwriter, and producer of more than forty books and tape programs. She is coauthor of seven nonfiction books, including Uniquely Normal: Tapping the Reservoir of Normalcy to Treat Autism (Future Horizons, 2017; Gold Medal, Independent Publisher Book Awards); One Less Thing to Worry About: Uncommon Wisdom for Common Anxieties (Ballantine, 2009); Satisfaction: Women, Sex, and the Quest for Intimacy (Ballantine, 2007), and Thriving with Heart Disease (Free Press, 2004), as well as ghostwriter of a #1 New York Times bestseller. She began her career as a stage actor and has worked with some of the biggest stars in show business, including Charlton Heston, Helen Hayes, Keith Carradine, Marlo Thomas, Mariette Hartley, George Burns, Sid Caesar, Milton Berle, Jan Murray, and Red Buttons. Ms. Cantor-Cooke works as a literary consultant and adjunct instructor at William & Mary, and holds a master’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. She has two grown sons and lives with her husband in Williamsburg, Virginia.