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About Me

Multi-award-winning author or ghostwriter of more than 30 books for all five of the "big five" book publishers (Simon & Schuster, Penguin Random House, Hachette, Macmillan, and HarperCollins). Celine Dion's authorized biographer.

Seasoned freelance writer with experience in both the journalistic and content marketing worlds, focused on health, human interest stories and profiles, education, thought leadership, and the hospitality industry. Skilled researcher and interviewer who meets deadlines.

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7 Online Dating Tips for People with Psoriasis (Healthline)

Online dating starts with one thing: a picture. A two-dimensional representation of yourself that acts as your lure. Dating apps are inherently weighted toward physical appearance when you’re encouraged to swipe left or right at first sight. When you have a visible skin condition like psoriasis, online dating can introduce some tricky questions: Do you show it in your photos? Do you mention it — and if so, when? How do you address it if you have lesions showing on your first date?


Gulliver's Gate: The Very Big World of Very Small Things (Bella Magazine)

Right in the middle of Times Square rests a new experience that took two years to plan and just over a year to build: Gulliver’s Gate, a 25-city tour of five continents in meticulously detailed miniature form. It sprawls across 50,000 square feet of prime real estate, an ambitious endeavor that debuted in 2017 and is intended to be a permanent, evolving fixture.


What fixing up a house taught me about single motherhood (Washington Post)

It was my first day as a solo homeowner. It had taken years of renting and saving to get to this point, and I was electric with excitement. I’d finally done what my young daughter had asked for: I bought us a “forever home.” No more relying on landlords, asking permission to strip 1980s wallpaper, or feeling as though our home wasn’t really “ours.” This would be our space to customize to our delight. Then I opened the kitchen cabinets.


Celine Dion: For Keeps (Authorized biography)

Celine Dion has long been one of the world's most admired performers. Her unique blend of brilliant talent and an unstinting willingness to share her life has defined her career in the public eye. With new interviews and special memorabilia, Celine Dion: For Keeps will invite her fans to get to know the professional and personal parts of her life as never before.


What Does It Mean To Be Aceflux? (Mic)

Back in the day, we were led to believe that sexual identity was supposed to be clear-cut: People are gay or straight, male or female, asexual or allosexual. These labels existed in binaries, and that was that. Thankfully, most of us know better now. Science continues to confirm that gender and sexuality exist on spectrums — and new identities and labels are emerging quicker than bubble tea shops.


For Single Parents, the Stimulus Payment May Cause Confusion—Here's What You Need to Know (Parents)

In many shared custody arrangements, co-parents agree to claim children as dependents in alternating tax years. Stimulus payments have thrown a wrench into this practice. Here's what experts say single parents should pay attention to.


Better Together: Spinal Cord Injury Support Groups (Spine Universe)

Michael Henley sustained a spinal cord injury that paralyzed him when he was 18 years old. While he was a patient at the University of Maryland Rehabilitation and Orthopaedic Institute, he was invited to join their spinal cord injury support group. Little did he know then that it would change nearly every aspect of his life.


Ashton Kutcher didn’t give the graduation speech at a W.Va. school, but the words sure were familiar

At Parkersburg High School’s commencement ceremony in West Virginia, Principal Kenneth DeMoss took to the stage to deliver an inspiring speech to the 2019 graduates and their families. There was just one problem: He plagiarized large swaths of it from Ashton Kutcher’s 2013 Teen Choice Awards acceptance speech.



Freelance writer

Selected credits (consumer): The Washington Post, Ravishly, The New York Post, Women's Health & Fitness, Salon, MSN, AOL, Bella, The Establishment, Woman's World, Woman's Own, Chicken Soup for the Soul, AlterNet, USA Today, Prevention. (Trade) Boutique Design, Hospitality Style, Writer's Digest.

Company: Consumer and trade magazines and newspapers

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Content writer

Content for a wide variety of businesses and nonprofits-- a boat manufacturer, a rideshare company, hotels, Boys and Girls Club of America, a pest control company, a veterans' association, and many others.

Company: Multiple companies and organizations

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Content I Write