Ever since her first essay was published in a third-grade anthology about Jane Goodall, Annemarie has been hooked on writing. She's since traded in print publications for HTML and pencils for iPads but prides herself on the same journalistic integrity that her news print reporting background required. Time Out, Marie Claire, Lifetime, and AOL are just some of the venues that publish her work. A native New Yorker, she lives vicariously through French fashion blogs, weekend gambling trips, and coffee.
The frat boys prattled on and on about their coitus conquests across three rows of seats, but I was unfazed. Somehow our Madrid flight was scary empty and the trio of college boys en route back from a spring break … Continue reading →
“Can I help you look for something?” The voice startled me for several reasons. The least of which was that I hadn’t done too much US-based traveling within the last year and hearing a familiar dialect while wheeling luggage was … Continue reading →
The twinkle lights came into view before I saw the city itself. Cambridge, Massachusetts was ready for the holidays and I was ready for Cambridge. I had booked the trip on a whim, needing a quick break before the holidays, … Continue reading →
My book club has just reached the part of Gabrielle Hamilton’s descriptive and edgy chef memoir, ‘Blood, Bones and Butter‘ where she looks back on a jaunt across Europe after a few particularly grueling years at school. Because she’s so … Continue reading →
“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice.” – T.S. Eliot — HuffPost Books (@HuffPostBooks) January 1, 2012 In February 2011, author Cole Stryker looked at the correlation between several common resolutions … Continue reading →