Tuesday 10 ~ Amy Woods

TuesdayAmy Woods is a writer’s writer.  With a vast record of great work, she has documented many of the area’s most important stories and events.

In my line of work, one of the best compliments you can give a reporter is to say they are “trusted.”  Amy Woods is a “trusted” reporter.

Documenting what’s important, what’s fun, what’s happening and what you need to know, Amy Woods is one of the best around.

Check out Amy’s latest work at her site www.northcountycurrent.com

Thank you Amy Woods for taking part in the Tuesday 10 and for your dedication to the profession of journalism.

1)Excluding family members, who inspires you?  Architects and nature photographers: They manifest the world around us and provoke our humanity.

2)What is your guilty pleasure?  Sex and the City re-runs.  316624_2302755255693_1348533503_n

3)If you were to write a book, who is one person you would want to list in the acknowledgements and what would you say?  The late, great Capt. Tony Tarracino, for giving a 21-year-old ingénue respect, courage, thick skin and freakin’ awesome quotes.

4)What is your favorite sandwich?  Tomato.

5)What is the best professional advice you ever received?  Write what you know.

6)As a child, what was your favorite bedtime story?  “Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep.”

7)Who is the first Presidential candidate you ever voted for?  Michael Dukakis.

8)What is the one career achievement you are most proud of?  Interviewing Clarence Clemons at his home on Singer Island.

9)If you could spend the day with any fictional character, who would you choose and why?  Ernest Hemingway, for the sake of probing his brilliance as a writer and re-living his incredible experiences in Key West.

10)What is the best meal you ever ate?  The old-school, kitchen-table, felt-like-I-was-10-years-old again one with my parents the night my father died.

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