Caroline Coleman is a writer, speaker and lawyer. Her first novel, LOVING SOREN (B&H 2005), tells the true story of the woman who loved Soren Kierkegaard, the Danish father of existentialism. Her articles have appeared in Writer’s Digest magazine and WORLD magazine. She has spoken regularly on the radio and in venues ranging from the English Speaking Union, Redeemer Church writer’s group, PURE women’s conference, and the Glorieta Christian Writer’s conference. She has an English degree from Princeton, and law degrees from Oxford University and Columbia Law School. She has worked as a litigation associate at Davis, Polk & Wardwell, a consultant to the legal department at Morgan Stanley, and clerked for a federal district judge in the Southern District of New York. She served as part-time in-house counsel at Plasma Physics Corp, her father’s physics company. She lives in New York City with her fabulous family. And she wrote this in third person.