In 2010, Liz moved to Hollywood to work full-time as a reporter for Us Weekly. She found herself traveling the world to cover celebrities such as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in Ecuador to Alaska to cover former Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin. She regularly appeared on local and national TV and radio shows talking about her work.
In 2012, she landed a gig as an investigative journalist for the National Enquirer where she spent six months covering then- Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. Unfortunately, right before Election Day, Liz found herself hospitalized with a potentially fatal illness that prevented her from working full-time for the next few years. During that time, she wrote the political romantic thriller, Malice, inspired by her experience working in politics and Hollywood. In 2015, Malice won an award at the Hollywood Book Festival. Liz continues to freelance write, work as an on-air talent and is currently writing the sequel to Malice and the screenplay version.
You can see more at LizCrokin.com or at Twitter:@LizCrokin