Once a writer, always a writer, but we all have to start somewhere and for me that start was writing my own blog, Total Fan Girl, which covered all the wonderfully geeky things I adore. Everything from the latest movie or television show I fell in love with to the ones that put me to sleep. The Hobbit, I'm looking at you.
One thing led to another and I started writing for other geeky sites. I've written fiction, too, in the form of an adventure called Freedom Flyer for the Firefly: Echoes of War role-playing game. The chance to play with Joss Whedon's beloved Firefly characters was a dream, even if it did leave me talkin' like a cowboy for darn near a month.
You'll also find me writing about cars. A lot. That's because I've always loved cars and the fact that they regularly hand me the keys to shiny new automobiles so I can write about them still amazes me. I cover news, write and film video reviews, and attend auto shows and new vehicle launches across the country.
In addition to written and video coverage of the industry, I also speak to all things automotive. I've appeared on podcasts, done radio spots including national broadcasts on NPR, and spoken at conferences.
I’m a current member and former Vice President of the New England Motor Press Association and a member of the International Motor Press Association. I’m also a Women’s World Car of the Year juror.
I regularly contribute automotive content to The Boston Globe, Boston.com, Autobytel, BestRide, NAPA Know How Blog, and AAA Northeast. I have also contributed to U.S. News and World Report, ZipCar, CarGurus, and numerous other sites seeking automotive coverage.