This Writer’s Life

This Writer’s Life: 2777 Francis Avenue, Part I

I will always love Los Angeles with a soulful, wistful love. It is my spiritual home. (Okay, full disclosure: along with San Francisco, New York, and Barcelona.) But it is true that for me, there is no other light or energy on earth that feels quite the same way that Los Angeles does. When I … Continue reading »

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This Writer’s Life: When just one person believes in you …

                                        In fourth grade, I was such a bookworm that I received a gift from my teacher, Mrs. Ward — this thesaurus (pictured above). I still treasure what she wrote inside:  To Kristine: For reading 16 … Continue reading »

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This Writer’s Life: A little bit of my story

A little bit of my story. Like many writers, mine is a stereotypical story: I’ve wanted to write a book since I was a little kid. Then, somewhere along the line in college I discovered journalism. My love and obsession with it outpaced anything else I had ever wanted to do. And the reality lived … Continue reading »

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  I’m delighted to announce I am now represented by Stacey Glick, Vice President of Dystel & Goderich Literary Management. So excited to be represented by the amazingly talented Stacey and the prestigious Dystel & Goderich agency. Dystel & Goderich Literary Management was founded in 1994 by Jane Dystel, who has been a respected figure … Continue reading »

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