Liz Jones began her career in journalism on Company magazine, before joining The Sunday Times, where she worked for 11 years. She became editor of Marie Claire in 1999, then worked as the features editor and chief interviewer of the London Evening Standard for four years. Her column about being single first appeared in The Sunday Times in 2000, and was followed by columns in The Guardian and The Mail on Sunday's You magazine. Her best-selling book about her relationships, Liz Jones's Diary, was published by Quadrille in September 2005. Liz, who is also Fashion Editor of The Daily Mail, lives in Islington with her five (now quite famous) cats.