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At MotorBiscuit, our mission is to inform and entertain our readers with the latest automotive news, reviews, and buying advice. That means providing you with straightforward articles that are engaging and well-informed. Whether you’re looking for information on a potential purchase or an explanation of what’s going on in the news, we work hard to cover each topic in a balanced way, giving our readers insights they can trust.
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When I'm not writing about the auto industry, I love to write poetry, do yoga, and go on outdoor adventures with my husband and our two sons. Together we share a love for growing things, traveling, and trying new foods.
If I’m not writing you can find me exploring the Blue Ridge Mountains with my adventure pup, Bruce! We also enjoy obsessing over video games and yelling about college football, as I’m a proud Gamecock alumnus (who loves watching her team lose to UGA – Ed.)
I am an exotic car enthusiast with a passion for sharing my love of Lotuses and trying to get my dogs to stop barking at the wind. I spend most of my spare time in my garage or at the gym, but I can be spotted in the wild at many local car shows in Central Florida.
I am passionate about all things, media, travel and transportation! My goal is take a holistic approach with each new story.
I am an avid “Automotive Nut” that appreciates vintage vehicles, muscle cars, exotics, and just about anything with wheels. I see automobiles as works of art, formed with great craftsmanship and patience.
From selling cars to writing about them, my professional career has spanned the entire automotive spectrum. When my life isn't enveloped in cars, I can be found at the local Jiu-Jitsu gym or learning how to play the guitar.
I’m a fantasy and sci-fi nerd with a love of cars and cycling. When I’m not writing, you can find me on my bike, backpacking in the woods, or fencing sabre.
Born and raised in SoCal, I like cars, drive-ins, and the beach; and being mostly Italian I love pasta and spaghetti westerns.
When I'm not covering the auto industry, I spend way too much time cooking or looking for new recipes.