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Ginger Marin

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Ginger Marin is an actor and former network TV Journalist for NBC News NY. Ginger served as producer and writer for a variety of prime news programs like “Today” and “Nightly News” and various NBC news specials. She has written for Tom Brokaw, Maria Shriver, Roger Mudd, Linda Ellerbee, Garrick Utley and numerous other news anchors. Ginger was a news feed producer for NBC's Affiliate News Service which serviced the network's 200 affiliates and also worked for Visnews, a London-based international news agency.

Her fiction book "Adventures in Avalon: An Offbeat & Quirky Adult Bedtime Story " was released in June 2016. To learn more about Ginger Marin's entertainment projects, visit Ginger Marin's IMDB Page or her Personal Website.

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Ginger Marin You can create whole new worlds if you so desire. Isn't that neat?
Ginger Marin Day dream. Many things, actually. All you have to do is read the newspaper (or experience life) and it will give you tons of ideas for blog posts.…moreDay dream. Many things, actually. All you have to do is read the newspaper (or experience life) and it will give you tons of ideas for blog posts. Beyond that, it's thinking about the big "What If ...".(less)
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Review by Ginger Marin as posted to Goodreads in July 2016 Okay, I’m pretty certain I’m ready to pack my bags and head off to a fabulous long-term stay in Tofino, British Columbia, Canada after reading Kait Fennell’s “251 Things... Continue Reading → Read more of this blog post »
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