Very Slowly and Kinda Surely

Very Slowly and Kinda Surely

Some of the fondest memories I have of my mother include the two of us happily flipping through the pages of The National Enquirer and Star magazines, chatting and exclaiming over what we’d just seen or read about our favorite celebs.  Today, celebrity news gossip sites and forums abound on the Internet, rendering paper magazines [...]

In a Huff

In a Huff

As a freelance copyeditor with seemingly endless work hours, a lifelong consumer of entertainment gossip who often checks for “news” updates, and an insomniac who lately only sleeps between the hours of 3:30 and 8 am, I spend about 15 to 20 hours a day, 7 days a week, on my laptop. That is rather [...]

The Stress Economy

The Stress Economy

Although I majored in business as an undergrad -- taking a number of finance, accounting, and economics courses -- I wouldn’t necessarily call myself a financial type by any stretch of the imagination. However, I am naturally observant and most definitely pay attention to what goes on in the world around me, through local and [...]

Published Fiction

Published Fiction

In November 2016, I wrote and self-published "That Dinner with Dante David" on Amazon. I am stunned that I've written nothing since that time, but that's what happens when life gets in your way... and you succumb to excuses. SUMMARY Buying a home of her own and expanding her interior design business sufficiently distracted 33-year-old [...]