Starshine Roshell, award-winning journalist, nationally syndicated columnist and author, was on the Wild Web Women Show for a confession session with Lorrie Thomas.
Starshine Roshell is an award-winning journalist, nationally syndicated columnist and the author of “Keep Your Skirt On” and “Wife on the Edge.” She has written for The Hollywood Reporter, New York Post, Westways magazine, Ventura Star, Roanoke Times and Santa Barbara Independent. She lives with her family in Santa Barbara, Calif., where she teaches journalism at UCSB and Santa Barbara City College.
Be sure to listen to the show to hear Starshine’s Wild Web Women advice and to hear her answer to these questions:
1. How do you use the web to help other people?
“I retweet and share FB posts from friends and acquaintances who are doing cool stuff that I think my friends and fans would want to know about, whether it’s free fitness classes or cupcake specials (or free fitness classes BECAUSE of too many cupcake specials).”
2. What is your #1 piece of “wild web woman” advice you want to give?
“Marry a graphic designer. And be very, very good to him.”
3. What’s the most valuable thing you have learned as a web woman?
“That if you can attach a JPG, you can rule the world.”
4. Besides email, what is the one web tool you cannot live without?
“Facebook. I use it to solicit quotes for all of my columns. I “friend” funny people and then beg them for hilarious quips.”
5. What is your favorite Offline activity?
“Eating tablespoons of peanut butter coated in chocolate chips, while standing at the kitchen counter.”