Jerome John Dobson

Jerome John Dobson began his writing career in California in the early 1960s when he joined his wife, Bridget, as head writer for the soap opera, "General Hospital." Later Jerome and Bridget won multiple Emmy nominations head writing "Guiding Light," "As the World Turns," and "Santa Barbara," which they created. In a brief two-year period, "Santa Barbara" was nominated for twenty-seven Emmy awards, winning eleven, both records at the time. "Paricutin" is his first novel.


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