Alice Hoffman is an American novelist born on March 16, 1952. She started writing when American literature was at its best. But her skills stood out in the crowd. Writing a range of books about women, in search of their identities, mix dashes of realism and the supernatural.
Her first novel The Property published in 1977 is a gritty romantic tale that won accolades for. With her second Novel, The Drowning Season she established her signature style of writing with thought-provoking tales blending fantasy along with it in the right proportions. She is famous for her best-selling title Practical Magic published in 1995 and adapted into a film in 1998. The Rules of Magic released in 2017 is a prequel to Practical Magic.
Alice Hoffman is remembered in the literary world for her true portrayal of relationships. Survival lessons released in 2013, she shared coping mechanisms which she had employed during her battle with breast cancer.