Here’s a recap of my recent adventure to Idyllwild via PR LOG.
Love is a verb. Just as much as love is a feeling, love is what we do and don’t do for ourselves and others.
Standing up for yourself and others.
Doing the thankless things that have to be done, whether anyone sees them, appreciates them or not.
Comforting the hurting.
Saying thank you for no apparent reason.
Love is not:
Love is powerful, when you know what it is.
Love is liberating, when you know what it is not.
The New Year has brought new opportunities for me. I am so excited to share my first foray into co-hosting talk radio! I will be a regular on What Women Want Talk Radio LIVE with Judy Goss on Wednesdays at 6 PM PST.
Judy is a spectacular host, famed journalist and lifestyle expert who really cares about creating substantial dialogues about the issues women care about. It’s an honor to be on her show. This past Wednesday, we had a fun conversation with two awesome ladies, Patty Sharkey, founder of National Big Wig Day and JoAnn Thomas, honoree of this year’s Big Wig Award. These two game-changing ladies are raising funds for the American Cancer Society in a fun and frolicking way. Learn more by listening to the show!
❤ The Fantastic Horror Film Festival & Chef Nikki so much! Honored to have been mentioned ! 🙂
October is upon us and it’s that time of year to celebrate all the things that go bump in the night! Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday! Of course, every day is Halloween in our spooky abode! Scary films, creepy creatures, ghoulish delights… Tons of Frights! Ok… that’s enough of that…😛
We also LOVE horror films and so does my friend, JoAnn Thomas! She and her husband Mike love horror films so much that they created a film festival to celebrate the indie horror genre and the fiends that make those films so freaking awesome! For the 3rd year in a row, The FANtastic Horror Film Festivalwill be held in San Diego on Halloween weekend, October 28th, 29th, & 30th. They’ll be handing out awards in various categories, and what better way to showcase the amazing people who are keeping the indie horror scene at the forefront of cinema…
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I was recently invited by Mogul to give their readership an insight on what life is like being an indie filmmaker in Los Angeles. It was such an honor to share some of the highlights of my experiences.
I have been behind the wheel of some fabulous cars in my time, but nothing beats being in the driver’s seat of the Tesla Model X. The innovative Los Angeles start-up, Green Commuter, gave me the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take one for a spin at last weekend’s Monsterpalooza and they are trying to give everyone in Los Angeles that chance too!
It’s always a pleasure to talk to the guys of The Dorkening. They are true cinephiles and die-hard horror and genre film fans. Check out this recent conversation I had!