Nancy Jo Sales — American Journalist

Nancy Jo Sales is a journalist and author who has written for Vanity Fair, New York and Harper's Bazaar. Her profile of reality star Kate Gosselin won a 2010 Mirror Award for "Best Profile, Digital Media." Her Vanity Fair story "The Quaid Conspiracy" won a 2011 Front Page Award for "Best Magazine Feature." Her book "The Bling Ring: How A Gang of Fame-Obsessed Teens Ripped Off Hollywood and Shocked the World" tells the true story behind the Sofia Coppola film The Bling Ring, which was based on Sales' 2010 Vanity Fair piece, "The Suspects Wore Louboutins.".. (wikipedia)

Putting on someone else's clothes is like putting on a mask.
Social media is not the same in 2013 as it was in 2003 - or even 2008 or 2011. You didn't carry around AOL chat in your pocket or look at it when you were in class.
We're so very focused on ourselves and on self-promotion. It goes on all day with Facebook and Twitter and Instagram.
I'm not a parenting expert by any means, but I've been interviewing and writing about kids for almost 20 years.
That's why teenagers fascinate me - they're like children with drivers' licenses. Like children in that their impulses are so direct.