About

2016 HeadshotMelissa Leddy is a published author who has been writing professionally for more than 10 years.

She grew up near Scranton, Pa., home of Michael Scott and “The Office.” At age 9, she won her very first writing award in her childhood library’s annual short story contest. She attended college and graduate school at the University of Richmond in Richmond, Va., where she earned both her B.A. and M.A. in English.

Follow her blog posts here to stay up-to-date with her writing. Melissa writes about topics ranging from parenthood to pop culture. She works to integrate inspirations for everyday living in all her pieces.

During her career, Melissa has cultivated writing expertise in e-books, marketing materials, business proposals, blogs and magazines. Currently, she’s a freelance writer and editor based in the Hudson Valley of New York. Visit her Books page to learn more.

Melissa has worked at The CE Group, Educational Testing Service (ETS) and Richmond magazine, among other stops. From 2011 to 2014, she wrote the weekly parenthood blog for the San Antonio Express-News.

In February 2014, Melissa appeared on the morning lifestyle show San Antonio Living to share five of her top money-saving tips for parents, based upon her first book, “Diaper Bag, Coffee, Let’s Go! 237 Tips for First-Time Moms.” San Antonio Magazine featured her as its “SA Story” in its May 2014 issue. The San Antonio Business Journal also has covered her and her writing journey.

Melissa and her college-sweetheart husband, Stanton, have two daughters. Connect with her on Twitter at @MMLWrites.

Photo credit for site logo: Bethany Starin

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