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|Occupation||Writer, editor, publicist, photo stylist, writing seminars|
|Introduction||Ed and Mona Gonzalez have been married since 1988. They have one daughter and three dogs. Ed and Mona have also worked together all their lives in the following areas: Print Publicity, Press Coverage for Events, Seminars on Writing and English for Corporate Accounts, and Writing for print ads and brochures. As free lance writers Ed wrote the column "Let The Man Speak" for Mom and Kids magazine and has written many family articles for Women's Journal and Woman's Home Companion. He has also done some food writing for Cook Magazine. Mona writes for Enrich Magazine and Animal Scene. She is a veteran columnist, editor and writer. Ed and Mona have worked together in ghost writing and editing books. Mona is a contributing writer for the book, "Faces of the New Millenium". Both Ed and Mona are also online writers for clients from the United States, Canada and the UK. Ed grew up in a house with 10 birds and 14 dogs.|
|Interests||dogs, books, birds, bird watching, medicine, lives, French, Spanish|
|Favorite Movies||Mona: What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Iron Man, Calamity Jane, Mamma Mia, Mixed Nuts, Hurt Locker|
|Favorite Music||Mona: Broadway Musicals, gospel songs, jaques brel Ed: Journey, Queen, Rolling Stones, that generation.|
|Favorite Books||Mona: catcher in the rye, Diamonds in the Dust by Joni Eareckson Tada, All Things Bright and Beautiful by James Herriot, This Much I Know is True by Wally Lamb, anything by truman capote, the Great Gatsby by Fitzgerald|
Which do you prefer and why: whittling with soap or whistling with wood?
I can't whistle unless it's a wooden flute. I can't wittle and if ever, it would be badly. So I would like to whistle with a wooden flute but if it's just any piece of wood, I'll whittle off a sliver of soap if that's all it takes.