Heidi Ferrer

CEO Paper Girl Productions

Heidi Ferrer is a screen and TV writer and the founder of the popular website GirltoMom.com.

Girl to Mom has a regular audience of over 35,000 unique monthly visitors in 178 countries and averages 300,000 to 400,000 page views per month.

The site was voted one of the “25 Funniest Mom Blogs” by Circle of Moms.

As a screenwriter, Ms. Ferrer has been successful for over a decade. Amongst the relatively small percentage of female writers in Hollywood, her personal earnings have topped 1.3 million dollars.

Ms. Ferrer’s first Hollywood "spec" screenplay sale was in 1997, when her script The C Word, sold to producer Arnold Kopelson, (The Fugitive, Seven, Best Picture Oscar winner for Platoon), and 20th Century Fox Studios.
Since then, she has sold and optioned many original screenplays, as well as having been hired to re-write other feature projects, for studios including: Disney, Warner Bros., MGM, and New Line Cinema.

In TV, she has written two episodes of the TV series Dawson's Creek, that have aired many times on both national and international television, as well as an episode of the ABC TV series Wasteland.

She is currently co-writing an original TV pilot that was optioned by Muse Entertainment and Southwell/Neal Entertainment.

The producers in the movie and TV business she has worked with include: Jerry Weintraub (Ocean's 11, 12 and 13), Arnold Rifkin (The Whole 10 Yards, 16 Blocks), Debra Martin Chase (Courage Under Fire, The Cheetah Girls, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants), Kirsten "Kiwi" Smith (writer of Legally Blonde, producer and writer, The House Bunny), Greg Berlanti (Brothers and Sisters, Dirty Sexy Money), and Kevin Williamson (Scream, Dawson's Creek).
Heidi’s movie Princess premiered in April 2008 on the ABC Family Channel to three million viewers. It was the top rated cable movie in that month, in the key demographics of women 18-34, and females 12-34.

Ms. Ferrer self-published her first novel, Crooked Love in 2012. It’s available on Amazon.com and Kindle and is based on the true life story of her own young son Bexon’s rare form of potentially fatal scoliosis and a mother’s race to find a cure before it’s too late.

After ten miraculous and lifesaving body casts, her son’s spine has gone from 63 degrees to virtually normal, with no surgeries. He is nearly cured and is thriving.

Heidi lives in Los Angeles, CA, with her husband Nick and son Bex.