Emmy award winning veteran CNN journalist Gina London has been a writer in some form or another since she was a girl. When she was 10, she wrote National Geographic World Magazine asking to learn about Egypt hieroglyphics. She and her fifth grade girlfriends then proceeded to pass notes written in that ancient code. At 17, she disagreed with a George Will column and wrote her first Letter to the Editor in the Muncie Star. Much later, as a producer for Fox News in Washington, Gina met Mr. Will and they shared a laugh as she told him how much his provocative writing had riled her. Gina now lives in Tuscany where Scotty studies Comedia dell’Arte. Their daughter Lulu is four and proudly declares she speaks “English, Français, Italiano and also the languages of cats and dogs.” Gina began posting Lulu’s colorful observations about their overseas adventures on Facebook which were often reprinted in The Denver Post. Gina is proud to have recently signed with independent publisher Sakura Publishing to write about their exploits in an upcoming book (title to be announced). When Gina isn’t writing or taking care of Lulu she enjoys sipping espresso or prosecco surrounded by 500 year old Italian buildings and chain smoking locals.
Stories by Gina London
My sister Andrea and I are the founders of the exclusive CLOM club. It’s an international group in which none of its members ever know they...