Elizabeth Fry is a freelance writer in Columbus, Ohio. Elizabeth has published hundreds of articles and blogs since 1997 on a variety of topics, including Oprah Winfrey and entertainment news.
Elizabeth has been a fan of Oprah for nearly 20 years. Whether it's watching the talk show, listening to the programs on XM radio, or relaxing with the newest magazine edition or book selection, she consumes at least one of Oprah's medium outlets every day.
The four years of "Tuesdays with Dr. Phil," reading the first book club selection Deep End of the Ocean in 1996, and watching Oprah's friendship develop with Mattie Stepanek are just a few of Elizabeth's favorite moments from The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communication with a minor in Women's Studies from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.
I remember my freshman year of high school riding home on the bus from across town, knowing that as long as I made it home by 4:00 to watch Oprah, it was a good trip. In college, I had many long nights staying up to read the latest book club selection, especially Where the Heart Is by Billie Letts. I stayed up all night to read it through to the end, I couldn't put it down. As an adult, I had an interesting perspective on the "Tom Cruise Couch Incident" of 2005—graduating a year behind Katie Holmes at Notre Dame Academy, the event was almost surreal.
So whether you are a new fan, or a longtime viewer like myself, I will provide you with up-to-date information on every aspect of Oprah's great empire. Find everything from the most recent memorable moment and review of the latest book club selection to details of Oprah's humble beginnings and highlights from the current issue of O Magazine.