Sloane Crosley began her professional career by working in the publicity department of the Vintage Books imprint at Random House. After 12 years of her service for Random House, she worked as a journalist, writing for a huge number of different publication which includes The New York Times, Elle, titleNPR, GQ, Vogue and much more.
Crosley’s first collection of essays, “I Was Told There’d Be Cake” was published by a famous publishing house Riverhead Books. Further, she released her second collection named, “How Did You Get This Number”, both the collection became a New York Times bestseller. Moreover, Crosley came with her first ever novel, “The Clasp” which was released on June 15, 2010, by Farrar.
Talking about her nationality, Crosley is an American and belongs to a white ethnicity. Regarding her personal life, Crosley is not married yet; however, as per the article published by The New York Times Sloane was in an affair with music composer Max. But unfortunately, she split up with her boyfriend Max due to some personal reason.
Finally heading towards her net worth and salary, Crosley has not revealed it yet but as a talented author, we can assume that Sloane must have a net worth in millions of dollars. Crossley was a nominee of Shorty Award for Best Author.