April 11, 2022 I’m excited to announce The Thursday Authors: Behind the Books! This is a limited-run Facebook Live I’ll be hosting alongside authors Jamie Brenner, Nicola Harrison, Lynda Cohen Loigman, Amy Poeppel, and book influencer/author supporter Suzy Weinstein Leopold. At the beginning of Covid, we started a Thursday evening Zoom which we’ve continued to this day. It’s been a [...]
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October 5, 2021 I'm honored to be a contributor to HOME: A CELEBRATION, an anthology out today benefiting No Kid Hungry (an organization aiming to end childhood hunger), edited by Charlotte Moss and published by Rizzoli Books. My essay joins contributions by 125 writers, poets, photographers, architects, designers, actors, and activists who were asked to create something about the meaning [...]
April 9, 2021 The New York Times featured many stories leading up to opening day of the New York World's Fair, which was April 30, 1939. One very important thing, apparently, that ladies were wondering about was what to wear to the fair. Well, the Times had them covered... A sample of the recommendations featured in this article from April [...]
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December 16, 2020 It's no secret that authors dream of having the rights to their books sold for film or TV. It's also no secret that we often imagine the cast of our novels as we're writing or once the book is published. I actually envisioned Blake Lively/Esther Williams as Vivi and Emma Stone/Katharine Hepburn as Max while I was [...]
November 18, 2020 I'm thrilled to announce that film rights for We Came Here to Shine have been sold to PhilmCo. They've asked me to write the screenplay, so... I'm writing a screenplay! It's a new adventure for me but I'm really enjoying it so far. Hopefully, more news to come. Cross your fingers, toes, and eyeballs for me. [...]