The Latest


October 29, 2018

Another successful collaboration with Indigo Productions on a script for the mobile app and another happy client: “It looks fantastic!”

October 3, 2018

Happy to be attending the kick-off of Jodi Picoult’s new book tour and hoping some of her magic dust will rub off on me.

September 26, 2018

When work and life intersect: A few years back I wrote the ‘All Access’ behind-the-scenes tour script for Madison Square Garden after its top-to-bottom renovation. Now every time I attend a show, like Paul Simon’s farewell concert, I get an extra thrill knowing the history, secrets and stories of “The World’s Most Famous Arena.”

September 13, 2018

One of my latest website copywriting projects, the luxury condominium development in Hoboken, New Jersey, from Toll Brothers City Living.


September 4, 2018

Finished up August by writing eight video scripts to introduce a re-designed line of Baby Jogger strollers.


July 11, 2018

Those eyes! Here’s a screenshot from a recent scriptwriting project, a marketing video for the American Kennel Club. Since 1884, the AKC has been advocating for the health and well-being of all dogs.


June 6, 2018

LUCKY 13. Today marks the 13th anniversary of my editorial and content marketing business, Sweet Lime Ink. I’m so thankful for the referrals that keep me busy, the clients for their confidence in me and the opportunity to write video scripts, tour scripts, content marketing, website copy and even do the occasional speaking engagement all under the writer-for-hire banner.


May 23, 2018

Loved working with the talented team at Indigo Productions in New York City on this script for the The Broadway Channel.


May 15, 2018

Great turnout for our Marketing for Small Business presentation to kick off the Rockville Centre Chamber of Commerce’s new speaker series. I shared insights on content marketing and we field some great questions.


May 5, 2018

Thirteen years ago next month, I launched my freelance writing business with a reporting trip to Miami, Florida, to cover the city’s art scene. At the time Wynwood was a sketchy district where early gallery owners were considered neighborhood pioneers. Just back from my most recent trip where Wynwood’s street art scene is now one of Miami’s biggest tourist destinations.