Resource Girl

Book

July 25th, 2006

mybook.jpg I‘m Here, Now What?!
An Artist’s Survival Guide for NYC!”
  • Actors, dancers, singers, musicians, visual artists, writers, comedians come to New York to make it.

They have the talent but are usually ill-prepared to live their life in a city that is like no other.

This guide includes how to find an apartment, a roommate, odd jobs, cheap eats-clothing-classes, health insurance, ways to save money, economic travel tips and more.

Let me introduce myself, my name is Amy, aka The Resource Girl and I am your “virtual friend” and I will guide you through the challenges of everyday living while you are pursuing an artistic career.

6 Comments »

  1. Maggie Lauren says

    Dear Amy,

    I am a friend of Lily Medville’s. She told me that you got a book published (congrats) and to come to your website. Currently, I am living the artistNYC life and finishing up my book proposal. My question to you is: how did you get yours published and do you have any tips on navigating through the publsihing world? I do not have a literary agent and am looking to get one, and then have them deal with the publishing houses. I am a comic and it’s a funny book. Thanks, maggie (maggielauren@gmail.com)

    March 14th, 2007 | #

  2. Ainsley Sudds says

    Hey Amy!!
    I met you last April at Project dance NYC!! And purchased your book there as well! It has been a BIG help in researching and planning my move to NYC! I have learned simple things like the cheapest water to buy, all the way to where to live and how to get a job that fits your lifestyle! It has been a great read and resource!!!
    You are such a helpful caring person! I can’t wait to get more advice out of you!!!
    Thanks, Ainlsey Sudds from Canada

    May 9th, 2007 | #

  3. Ellizabeth Pomada says

    Thanks so much for sharing your book, Amy, and for your kind words. The book is super–but I just don’t see a major publisher publishing–it belongs solely in New York City. If there’s a local publisher, I’d try them. Keep up the good work! Best, Elizabeth

    August 20th, 2007 | #

  4. Lisa says

    Hi Amy – great meeting you today 🙂 – you might want to have a contact page on your website so people can email you!! and maybe a background for the text – it’s hard to read!

    Lisa

    January 28th, 2008 | #

  5. Mia Perovetz says

    Hi this all looks so amazing.

    Thank you

    I am New to New YOrk and have a show opening in October for Breast cancer awareness Month.

    I wanted to ask you your advice of getting the word out about the play.

    Its called The Things I Wish My Mother Would Have Told me…

    I would love to hear from you so please email me.
    my website is: http://www.thethingsiwish.com

    Take Care

    and thank you again

    mia

    September 18th, 2008 | #

  6. ~Nona says

    Chris S. introduced us at that great magic show we attended a few Mondays ago.

    There’s some bad news here: I was able to see the “Leave a comment” element of your “Buy the Book” section — AND NOT THE REST!!!

    There is a glitch on your site. I figure you will be checking this section. When you do, let me know if you get the same glitch and problem and — most important! — repaired it.

    December 2nd, 2008 | #

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