Featured speaker at Long Island Litfest
Columnist for Batterafter50.com
Frequent contributor to Newsday and Next Avenue
Author of Whose Eyes Are These? A middle school novel about artificial insemination,
published January 2015 by Black Rose Press
Featured in Not Your Mother’s Book… On Being a Woman and On Being a Mother
Columnist for website BetterAfter50.com Writer in residence Manhasset schools
Featured in Chicken Soup for the Friend’s Soul, Chicken Soup for the Menopause Era Awarded first place in the Opinion/News category by the L.I. Press Club
Contributor to You’re the Best! Kingfisher Press
Monthly contributor to Beinggirl.com. a Procter and Gamble website for adolescent girls
Featured In Chicken Soup for the Kid’s Soul
Author of Quit It, a YA about a how a young teenage girl handles being diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome. Random House. September, 2002
Awarded first place in the Opinion/News category by the L.I. Press Club
Freelance writer for the Long Island section of the Sunday New York Times
Co-author of The Craving Brain, a book describing an exciting new way of thinking about and treating addiction. HarperCollins.
Columnist and feature writer for Distinction, a 40,000-circulation monthly magazine devoted to upscale residents of Long Island’s North Shore.
Author of It’s A Matter of Trust, a YA novel of how a 16-year-old girl handles her
father’s conviction on bribery charges. Harcourt Brace.
Co-author of How Come I Feel So Disconnected…If This Is Such A User Friendly World?, a humorous guide to getting back to what’s most important in life —our relationships. Peterson’s Press.
Co-author of The Three Career Couple, a how-to guide for young married couples in the 90s. Peterson’s Press.
Teacher of courses entitled The Memoirist’s Art and Creative Non-Fiction at Hofstra University and Hutton House at C.W. Post
Editor-in-chief of The Women’s Record, a 40,000-circulation Long Island monthly newspaper for business and professional women.
Freelance writer with articles published in New Woman, Family Circle, More, Newsday, Newsday Magazine, The New York Times.
Bank Street College of Education includes Quit It on its list of best children’s books of 2003
Sixteen time winner of the Long Island Press Club Award for Best Column in a
Magazine weekly/monthly for work in The Women’s Record and Distinction.
It's A Matter of Trust chosen by the N.Y. Public Library –one of best YAs of 1996