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To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA’s App Choices app here.You can find much more information about your privacy choices in our privacy policy.In 1977, after seeing the movie Star Wars, the ten-year-old's mania for royalty grew to new heights."I became obsessed with Princess Leia," Cabot explained to Wyss.In many interviews, Cabot claims that she found her way to the library during the summer months because she was looking for air-conditioning.While cooling off in the library, Cabot soon discovered classic literature, such as To Kill a Mockingbird, by southern writer Harper Lee (1926–), and Jane Eyre, written by English novelist Charlotte Brontë (1816–1855).

"You know, I had the Snow White birthday cake when I was six, drew Cinderella endlessly on my notepads." Cabot read about princesses (her favorite fairy tale is Beauty and the Beast ) and fantasized about being a real-life princess, often telling her mom and dad that her "real" parents, the king and queen, would arrive one day in Indiana to find her.

It was not exactly her dream job, but there were periods when work was slow, which gave her plenty of free time to return to her early love: writing. Seven years and thousands of rejection letters later (Cabot claims she has a mail bag full of rejections), her first novel was finally published.

It was an historical romance called Where Roses Grow Wild (1998), and it was written under the pen name, or alias, of Patricia Cabot. At the same time, Cabot was busy trying her hand at a novel, called The Princess Diaries, that was aimed at younger readers.

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