Sara Tucker has written headlines for the Louisville Courier-Journal, reviewed theater for the Albuquerque Journal, and edited articles about dusting for Martha Stewart Living. Everything she knows about winching she learned from the editor of Four Wheeler Magazine. At Condé Nast Traveler, she once played a singing reindeer in an office skit. At Cosmopolitan, she ran the copy department under Helen Gurley Brown. She has a house in Vermont and an apartment in France and divides her time between them. She is working on a family trilogy, the first two volumes of which are available through Smashwords.
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Helping people tell their stories is my passion, and I’ve been doing it for many years. I began as a writer and editor for some of publishing’s big dogs (Cosmo’s Helen Gurley Brown was my boss in the 1980s). More recently, I’ve been helping members of the Randolph Senior Center write down their life stories. Most of the writers are in their 80s; the eldest is 99.
This member has not published any books.