More About the Author
Kelly e. Keough has an MFA in Screenwriting from The American Film Institute in Los Angeles, and is an English professor at Middlesex Community College in Lowell, MA, where she recently developed a new course, Web Content Creation Entrepreneurship. Kelly is also an author/performer/publisher/entrepreneur.
With a deadly addiction to sugar for most of her life, Kelly transformed herself in 2006 and wrote the first ever-to-be published alternative cookbook, "Sugar-free/Gluten-free Baking and Desserts", and followed it up with "The 100 Best Gluten-free Recipes for Your Vegan Kitchen." Pioneering gluten-free goodies into mainstream media, Kelly launched her cooking TV series, "The Sweet Truth" on Veria, which also airs now in Canada, and Australia.
While living in Hollywood, she was a chef to celebrities Kirstie Alley, Martin Lawrence, Jack Black, and Gene Simmons. Kelly created a marketing business promoting top health products through her recipes using public speaking, video, and web content in an online business. After 12 years in LA and back in Boston, Kelly found herself restarting a new life and a new addiction, online dating. In her new "how to" book to be released on Amazon in Spring 2014, Kelly reveals how she turned a year of debacle on Match.com into a diet of doable dating.
Kelly sees the potential of New Media (a s seen in e-books, video blogs, blogs, expert articles, web series, TV, and alternative journalism) as stories that can be adapted to screenplay structure, and vice versa. Her latest project, a romance e-novel is aimed at a female audience, combines screenwriting, narrative storytelling, video, and social networking in a new media format.
Meet up with Kelly at kellykeoughwriter.com, kellykeough.com, and on Facebook 'Kelly e. Keough'