Monica Porter - Writer Profile

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Born in Budapest, Hungary, Monica Porter grew up in New York before moving to London in 1970. She became a professional journalist in 1974, starting as staff writer on the weekly Local Government Chronicle, and turned freelance after the birth of her first son in 1978. She has written for British newspapers including the Daily Mail (for which she has been penning the popular weekly column, Missing and Found, since 1999), The Times, Sunday Times, Financial Times, Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Daily Express, Mail on Sunday and London Evening Standard. The magazines she has written for include Reader’s Digest, Saga Magazine, Business Life, Woman’s Own, Good Housekeeping and Psychologies.

She is the author of five books: The Paper Bridge: A Return to Budapest (1981 and 2009), Deadly Carousel: A Singer’s Story of the Second World War (1990 and 2006), Dreams and Doorways: Turning Points in the Early Lives of Famous People (1993 and 2014), Long Lost: The Story of the Newspaper Column That Started the Reunion Industry (2010) and Raven: My Year of Dating Dangerously (2014). Monica has two sons and three grandsons, and lives in London.

Raven My Year Of dating Dangerously Monica Porter is a professional London based author and journalist writing for many large newspapers such as The Daily Mail, The Times and The Guardian to mention but a few.

You can buy Monica's brilliant book "Raven: My Year Of Dating Dangerously" right here (also available to buy on kindle).

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