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Lucy Hedrick

Lucy Hedrick is the author of Five Days to an Organized Life (Dell, 1990), 365 Ways to Save Time, (William Morrow, 1992), 365 Ways to Save Time With Kids (William Morrow, 1993), 365 Ways to Save Money (William Morrow, 1994), and Get Organized in the Digital Age (NAL, 2002). These five titles sold more than 200,000 copies and were translated in to eight languages. She is currently working on her second novel.


Lucy has had a distinguished career in communications, training and sales. She parlayed the contents of her five best-selling books on saving time and saving money into corporate training seminars and work as a product spokesperson. She has traversed the country on behalf of Dayton-Hudson, Kraft General Foods, Filofax, Black & Decker and Quaker Oats.


As Founder and President of Hedrick Communications, Lucy coaches authors on how to write non-fiction book proposals. She is a past President of the Greenwich Arts Council, a past President of the CT Press Club, and a member of American PEN Women and the Entrepreneurial Women’s Network.


Lucy earned her B.A. degree from Goucher College. Further information is available at

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