Julie earned an M.A. in English Literature and worked in the entertainment industry for over two decades as a story analyst, a legal analyst and and a story editor. Her screen credits include several episodes of "Divorce Court" and an episode of "Winnie the Pooh." Her book credits include novelizations of television series (Quantum Leap and L.A. Law), a feature novelization (The Hard Way), two original mysteries (Jinxed and Iced) and two pseudonymous romances.
Recently, she has written a monthly newsletter for a local real estate office and ten short biographies of 20th century entrepreneurs for an academic book, Julie is familiar with a great many subjects, but any and all of the arts and entertainment world are at the top of the list. Real estate, gardening, pets, self-help, psychology, law and decorating are also among her favorite subjects.
Solid research, clarity and an easy style make this deadline-oriented professional a writer who delivers.
Julie is a highly adaptable writer, so she is able to write with a serious tone or a light one; she is also able to use a completely objective POV when needed. Short-to-medium length articles, critiques, reviews, biographies and local-interest stories are among her stand-outs.
Julie paints, sculpts, hikes, consults on writing projects and supports several charities.
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