Found and Director
Annemarie has a BA in Computer Science from McGill University. After Annemarie graduated from McGill University she was hired by Concordia University teaching Introduction to Database Management & Advanced Database practices. Additionally, she taught at Champlain Regional College on the South Shore of Montreal. After 27 years Annemarie decided to stop teaching take on her Little Retirement Project, blogging. In a mere 2-years, she grew her blog to 14 million readers a month.
Annemarie is almost completed her first book about the Daytime Soap world and currently has a multi-book deal with a major publisher.
Amanda is a proud mom of her handsome dog named Jack Kerouac. When she’s not Pinteresting new dog food recipes, she enjoys quilting, couponing, and crocheting her cat’s new sweaters. In her spare time, she watches soaps and her new passion is British TV. If you can’t find Amanda online, she’s outside trying to teach Jack Kerouac how to roll over.
When I was growing up, I was the only boy in a house full of women. The TV was set to only Soap Operas, I had no other option. Here we are 40 years later and they are not a burden; in fact, I love them! I am a freelance writer, who thoroughly enjoys daytime dramas, especially ABC’s General Hospital. I am obsessed with TV shows – daytime and primetime! I love to speculate about what is going to happen, spoilers and shocking twists are my forte!
After earning a BA in Communications, Sean began his professional career in the Scranton-Wilkes/Barre Red Barons’ front office (the Philadelphia Phillies former Triple-A affiliate). He later worked as a print sports writer. During this millennium – Sean became a state licensed school teacher, the author of the children’s book Maddie: Teaching Tolerance with a Smile, and a credentialed sports columnist. He’s also been a longtime soap opera loyalist.
Joanna Mazewski is a writer and editor who is happily married with two children and their rescue pup. She first began her career as a PA for one of the original James Bond screenwriters, Kevin McClory. These days she spends her time traveling to all corners of the globe, shopping online and hiding her secret stash of different flavored Kit Kat bars from her kids.
Nics Abasta has a degree in Development Communication. Nics enjoys writing about entertainment, as well as tech and business news. During her spare time, she likes to read youth fiction books, study photography or go out with her husband and kids.
After earning a Bachelor of Journalism from The University of King’s College School of Journalism in Nova Scotia, Canada Annabelle went on to write for several newspapers. Annabelle currently has 2 books published and is writing her third one. In her spare time, Annabelle is a loyal Daytime Soap fan. She has been writing about soaps for the past 5 years for many publications.
Melinda has a B.Comm from McGill University in Montreal. Melinda has worked as a freelancer offering ghostwriting, coaching, and ghost editing services. Melinda is currently writing a pilot script for a nighttime drama in her spare time. Some of Melinda’s greatest childhood memories were staying home from school and watching daytime television. Milinda decided to take that love of Soaps and now writes about GH, DOOL, Y&R, and B&B.
Penny hails from Liverpool, England. From her name you can tell her Mom was a huge Beatles Fan. Penny received a BA (Hons) in Journalism from Liverpool’s John Moore University. Penny’s specialty is writing about British Soaps and the Royal Family. Penny scours the internet daily finding all the scoops for Celebrating The Soap readers so they can be up-to-date with the latest news!
Chris has been with Celebrating the Soaps (CTS) since the launch of the website. Chris is our social media guru. From Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest & Instagram Chris is there to engage and make sure CTS readers receive the best experience possible. Chris is also the person behind our newsletters! Chris’ main focus is to make sure all our CTS readers are happy!