You get a degree in TV, write a bunch of scripts and move to LA (Okay, the Valley). Then what? My blog is a from-the-trenches account of working your way up in Hollywood, all in a not-so-grand attempt to write for TV.
Agreed. Working in corporate America is boring and unfulfilling -- so I started this blog as an experiment, as something to do to take my mind off a break up, to get me out of a rut, to see if something like a breakthrough could happen. It's become sort of an obsession, an excuse to be creative, and given me a whole new universe to explore.
America to Ireland is an irreverent look at differences in American and Irish culture. My husband and I have been asked to move there with our 4 children next year for his work. America to Ireland is my exploration of that possibility and travel log of my scouting trips to Ireland....more
A lifelong reader and fan of the commonplace book, it’s been my goal for years to actually organize what I’m writing, and publish it for anyone who’s interested to see. No more 50 notebooks scattered throughout the house with my scribblings (ok, well they may still remain, but you’ll see the best of my efforts here). Enjoy! Drop me a line if you have a recommendation or want to chat about what I’ve read.
Love it or hate it, we all watch it...
American Idol is a culteral phenomenon, a compulsively watchable cheesefest and the only reality TV I watch. And watch and watch. I used to be a bit embarrassed about my love for Idol and Simon Cowell, but now I have embraced my shame and turned my obsession loose on the blogosphere. Episode recaps and more abound on American Idol 411.
My similarly minded pals just call it The 411.
It's Da Bomb, Dawg.