Felicia Cameron


What ‘Hollywood Journal’ is grateful for…

Ashley Ballard – My beautiful family, the love and support we share, health, joy, laughter, strength, our talents and the freedom to share them! Jaime Becker – My family. Duh. Such a cliche, right? Better yet I should say I […]

Child trafficking

From darkness to light: Joining the fight against child trafficking

12 Years a Slave is opening nationwide today. But I’m not going to talk about the movie. I submit my posts a week before their scheduled print dates, so I won’t have an opportunity to see 12 Years until after […]


Love is not a noun – it’s a verb

Being newly married, I’ve started looking at male-female relationships through an entirely different lens. It’s sort of like buying a new car and suddenly seeing your chosen make and model everywhere you turn. It’s not that they weren’t there before; […]

Greetings from Hollywood Journal

How ‘Hollywood Journal’ spent the summer – Part 2

From Boston to Juneau and Calgary to Jerusalem, Hollywood Journal‘s contributors had a marvelous summer visiting our wonderful world. Have fun scrolling through their holiday highlights! Enjoy the second album (more to follow)!! Felicia Cameron – My wedding day!  Lynnette Ramirez […]

American Flags somber

Remembering the crew of United Flight 175: Our heroes, my friends

In September of 2001 I was a brand new flight attendant with United Airlines. I was what the industry compassionately refers to as a ‘reserve’ – a crewmember so low on the seniority totem pole that I was unable to […]

Lightning in a bottle

I have a bad case of perfectionitis

Mark Twain once said, “The difference between almost the right word and the right word is the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning.” It’s a beautiful thing for a writer to find a word that fits. It’s like […]

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