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11 of the Hottest Female Writers in the World

For the most part, writers are not thought of as very attractive. In fact, writers are often portrayed as a bit homely. I mean, no one is really dressing up as a sexy writer on Halloween, are they?

For the most part, writers are not thought of as very attractive. In fact, writers are often portrayed as a bit homely. I mean, no one is really dressing up as a sexy writer on Halloween, are they?

Considering the amount of coffee one must drink in order to write an entire novel and the lack of physical activity that comes with the job of being a writer, it is easy to understand why writers would be portrayed as coffee-breathed, ink stained weirdos. And, for the most part, we are! We sit in dark rooms all day and play with our imaginary friends. No, but seriously, that’s basically what writing is. If you’re left to your own devices in that manner for long periods of time, running a comb through your hair can easily evolve from part of your daily routine into a weekly activity.

However, not all writers look like creatures who have sat in front of their computer screen and not left their apartment for the past three years. In fact, some writers are (dare I say it?) really, really hot. Some writers look like they should be celebrities.

The following list includes ten female writers who don’t look like they sit in front of a computer screen at all. They have glowing smiles, fit physiques and shiny hair. How they have managed to write New York Times best-sellers without turning into the sweatpants-wearing, coffee-drinking, pizza-ordering messes is beyond me.

11 Andrea Syrtash

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10 Marisha Pessl

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9 Tasha Alexander

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8 Jhumpa Lahiri

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7 Karen Russell

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6 Lizabeth Zindel

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5 Katherine Taylor

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4 Melanie Notkin

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3 Kiri Blakeley

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2 Gillian Flynn

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1 Vicki Pettersson

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The beautiful redhead Vicki Pettersson is a New York Times best-selling author best known for her Signs of the Zodiac series and Celestial Blues trilogy, both of which are set in Las Vegas, where she was born and raised. Pettersson tends to write across genres, featuring both paranormal and crime noir elements in her novels. Las Vegas serves as an inspiration for her literature but it also positioned her to take on a very cool job for the decade before becoming a full time writer. That's right, the fiery Vicki Pettersson worked as a showgirl for 10 years at The Tropicana while penning her first novel.

Sources:  The New Yorker

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