I’m thrilled to report that my second nationally syndicated column, Problem Solved, launched this morning.
It’s about time. I’ve been writing this feature every week for more than six years as a service to my readers. But once you find out more about it, you’ll understand why it’s so important and why I fought so hard to get it syndicated.
This is the kind of service journalism I was made for. And it’s the kind of advocacy you rarely see anymore.
Problem Solved takes a real and seemingly unsolvable reader quandary — usually one that’s dragged on for months or is considered hopeless — and fixes it.
Written in an engaging, succinct Q&A format, Problem Solved covers everything from broken laptops to faulty kitchen appliances, from shoddy workmanship to erroneous or even fraudulent charges. Nothing is off-limits for this feature.
Here’s the full press release from King Features Syndicate.
If you have a problem — any problem — and you can’t fix it, please contact me. I’ll do my best to help. And I may even write about it.
Here are this week’s stories:
- Will a new bill hold the travel industry accountable? (Washington Post)
- Fall travel forecast: Prices, crowds are down (USA Today)
- Seeking refund after mistakenly paying for preboarding (Star Tribune)
- Alaska Road Trip Offers A Rare Look At The Last Frontier (Huffington Post)
See you next week.