A. Director of Operations, Associate Producer, Producer, Marketing Consultant
A. Founder, eFlirt Expert
A. Though I own my own company, I actually don't have a Bachelor's degree. I did attempt higher ed, though and went to four colleges! I like to say that I have a life MBA.
A. Woman in tech. Facilitator of love. First-time author.
A. "I don't mind living in a man's world as long as I can be a woman in it." - Marilyn Monroe
A. To me, location is less important than proximity. As long as I'm never too far from my husband's arms, I'm happy.
A. My mom and that's why I dedicated my book to her. She gave birth to me at 18 years old, which to me, is an enormously brave thing. Every day of my life, she teaches me that love is worth fighting for.
A. Tech acronyms; think IRL (in real life) and FBO (Facebook Official). I'm also obsessed with adding "ish" to words for effect. Cute-ish, funny-ish, fancy-ish ...
A. I'm not one for regrets. Every not-so-awesome experience in life I've had in life has led me to something more swoon-worthy. (Although OK, that fluorescent pink NKOTB hat I was obsessed with in middle school might be a regret.)
A. Turning $50 and a Twitter account into a business opportunity that has helped hundreds of people find love. I owe the inspiration entirely to a friend who turned on my lightbulb -- that vivid moment in my life when I realized that I helped him meet his GF (and so many other couples too). Starting eFlirt Expert was a huge risk and a lot of people thought I was insane. But I just couldn't ignore my passion. And it's led me to so many incredible opportunities I could have never imagined before, like writing Love @ First Click!
A. One of my Twitter followers who I met offline told me that I'm the same in person as I am online -- in personality and photos. That was honestly the biggest compliment.
A. I'm super bubbly. There's hardly a moment in the day when I'm not flashing my pearly whites -- energy and smiles abound in my world!
A. I'm living it every day! Helping people find love at first click is what I was made for.
A. Lobster rolls; I'm a seafood addict.
A. That's a tough call because I actually studied vocal performance at Berklee College of Music. But to get the inside scoop on my tastes, you can listen to the Spotify playlists that inspired my writing process. http://spoti.fi/sXFBsH
A. My taste in books ranges from chick lit to self-help and inspirational to biographies. I love addictive, fun writing like Sophie Kinsella (especially her early titles), Candace Bushnell, and Lauren Weisberger. But I also appreciate the journey that authors like Gillian Flynn, Elin Hilderbrand, and Jodi Picoult take their readers on. And my business brain craves inspiration from people like Tony Hsieh, Richard Branson, and Mark J. Penn. Connect with me on GoodReads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6563759.Laurie_Davis
A. The Namesake (Jhumpa Lahiri)The Liar, The Bitch, and The Wardrobe (Allie Kingsley)The Tipping Point (Malcolm Gladwell)Life of Pi (Yann Martel)Running With Scissors (Augusten Burroughs)
A. Don't. Stop. Typing. If you have writer's block, just keep your fingers flying across the keyboard and it will work itself out. (Though DO stop to stretch -- I got carpal tunnel while working on this book!)