It’s been ages since my last post. I’ve been working on my manuscript nonstop for the past few weeks, and the last thing I wanted to do at the end of each day was sit down and write a blog post. But now the manuscript’s DONE – give or take a few edits – and I am submitting it to my editor on Monday. I can barely believe I’ve written a book!!! (For more info about Rise to the Top: The Valedictorian’s Guide to High School and College, click here.)
One thing I did make time for during my busy writing days was THE PHOTOSHOOT. My publisher, Sourcebooks Inc., needs some pictures for publicity purposes. By coincidence, a very talented photographer I know, Christopher Angello, asked if he could take pictures of me. Perfect timing! I had a blast being a model for a day – it was almost as much fun as writing. After four locations and five wardrobe changes, here are the results. Of course, not all of them are appropriate for a book, but I love the way came out. Hope you enjoy them!
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2 thoughts on “Book Photoshoot – or, how I learned to channel my inner model”
Hi, i think i remember you from montessori or PS 113. I used to live in queens tower too right across Manhattan bridge.
I think you’re thinking of someone else – I didn’t go to either of those schools.