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My name is Lara Greenberg, and I’m an Emmy and Edward R. Murrow Award-winning special projects reporter and anchor for WOFL, the FOX affiliate in Orlando, Florida. Though I’m on TV every night, one of the integral parts of my job is writing.

My life is a constant cycle of reporting the things I see and hear. Aside from reading newspapers and news sites all day, I’m a huge bookworm. Reading for leisure allows me to learn and refocus my energy on things I don’t to experience first-hand. As a reporter, reading has also improve my vocabulary and understanding of the written word, and reading about others’ experiences — whether they are fiction or nonfiction — helps me better empathize with the people I meet in the field. I read everything from crime and action novels to fantasy and romantic books. I enjoy bestsellers, memoirs and self-help books.

I hope you can read along with me and learn more about the books you’re hoping to dig into. I also hope you’ll enjoy my interest in a wide range of books and allow yourself to read a variety of novels as well.

3 responses to “Autobiography

  1. I was mooching for perspectives on the Larsson movie adaptations and found your page. I’m a writer too and really enjoyed reading your auto-biog. I have a character in Gunshot Glitter called Lara, it’s one of my favourite names : )

  2. I agree that reading puts our lives in perspective and more importantly improves our writing. I’m enjoying your blog!

  3. epmark

    Congratulations on your marathon finish. You’re in the right place – Runner Magazine named Harrisburg one of the top running cities in the country in 1983.

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