Jewish, infertile mother, married to her high school sweetheart; TV addict and film junkie; Oxford comma enthusiast.
Often focusing on topics that relate to women and Judaism, Talia writes openly about issues that have personally affected her, such as her battle with infertility, her close encounter with death due to placenta previa, and her second son's premature birth. Her work has appeared in many national publications, as well as in Jewish papers all across the country.
As a ghost writer, she works one-on-one with clients, guiding them to best express themselves on paper, while staying true to who they are and what their messages seek to impart. As a writing coach and tutor, she works particularly well with students, helping them to craft essays for school.
Talia grew up in Natick, Massachusetts. The daughter of a rabbi and a lawyer, and the middle of five children, she learned at a young age the art of escapism through writing. Talia graduated from Bryn Mawr College in 2006 with a BA in Sociology and a minor in Film Studies. She has worked in Public Relations and Communications for several years, and holds a certification in Public Relations from Rutgers University School of Communication and Information. She is the Director of Communications for a large synagogue on NYC's Upper West Side. Talia lives in Union County, New Jersey with her husband, Gabriel, and their two young sons.