Monica Holloway is the critically acclaimed author of the memoir Driving With Dead People, described by Newsweek as "unforgettable." Glamour christened this work "a classic," and the Washington Post deemed it "irresistible." She also contributed to the anthology Mommy Wars.
Monica's new bestselling memoir is Cowboy & Wills and through its success, she has become a noted advocate for autism research, and serves as an official spokesperson for Autism Speaks. Cowboy & Wills has officially partnered with the National Center for Family Literacy, raising awareness and participation for the issue, about which she cares deeply as a mother and author.
Holloway lives in Los Angeles with her family and two golden retrievers, a hamster, four hermit crabs, three dumpy frogs, two rabbits and six neon tetras.