- Publishing and Media Consultant, TV Producer and Writer. I used to travel the world chasing newsmakers as a TV Journalist. Now I use that packaging and storytelling experience to write non-fiction books and book proposals for celebs. I also blog about TV and wine, write copy and do media training for businesses. I recently created and sold a reality show to NBC.
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Entertaining and Trends
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Category Archives: short stories
In an effort to fake being hip, I’m calling myself bi-coastal. It’s semi-legit. I’m spending a very large chunk of time in LA writing, but my home is in New York City. I feel so chic describing myself in this way. My Twitter profile even reflects this east-west split, which makes it super official right?
But it’s sparked both a constant mental debate – between me and me – and between me, and basically everyone in LA. Everyone, that is who has ever been to New York or lived in New York or dreamed of living in New York.
Which city is better? New York or Los Angeles? Glitter verses Grit. Hollywood verses Wall Street. Winter tans verses winter blues. Continue reading
Journalists all share an obsession with a few things: we love free food and booze, we must be the first to tell any story — big or small, and we love news and information. We seek it out, we drink it up like sponges and we’re a bit obsessed with following it and then reporting it.
I heard about something that happened recently, in Pompano Beach, Florida. I immediately scoured local news sources online to get some details. I spent hours looking for any tidbit of info I could find on this event, which had really shaken me up. Nothing. So I slept on it, and searched again the next day. I checked the New York outlets too, because the story was about a fellow New Yorker. Nothing. Weeks later…after this story unfolded…still nothing. Not a word written anywhere that I could find. I truly expected to find something, some little report or blurb, somewhere. Nothing. Continue reading