Carrie Cecil

About Carrie Cecil

Carrie Gerlach Cecil has been creating literary, television, film, online and live content for over a decade. A sample of her works includes the novels "One Sunday" and "Emily's Reasons Why Not," which was adapted into a single camera comedy for ABC that she co-produced. She and her daughter, Charli, created the book "Charli & Wilbur: A Dancing Dog's Dream" and the web-television adventure, The Glamper Girls. Cecil contributed to New York Times editor Richard Sandomir’s book "The Enlightened Bracketologist: The Final Four of Everything" and penned the highly sought-after memoir "Dancing For The Devil" with Anny Donewald. She's written for the Huffington Post among others. Cecil is married to St. Louis Rams defensive coach Chuck Cecil. For more information, visit carriegerlachcecil.com.

5 ways to get hot and chill down at The Boulders, a Waldorf Astoria Resort in Carefree, Arizona

After chilling in my tipi

“Ummm, are those desert boars a part of our villa?” I half-heartedly joked with the transportation gentlemen as he pulled up to our Pueblo Villa at the The Boulders, a Waldorf Astoria Resort in Carefree, Arizona. Five allegedly friendly wild Havalinas were our official welcoming committee to the Sonoran Desert. I leaned back in the passenger […]

Carrie Cecil Dispels the Sandals Resorts’ Myth and Offers Insider Tips for Turks & Caicos

The 4th floor suites have my name on them!

  Having been blessed enough to travel the globe working on movie sets or on speaking or book tours for my latest novel, One Sunday, I have gotten a tad spoiled with some exotic locations and magnificent accommodations, {not that I haven’t spent my time double-bunked at a Holiday Inn outside Martinsville, VA. while at a […]

Waldorf Astoria’s Arizona Biltmore Hotel: Touchdown or Fumble? On the Road with Author, NFL Wife and Busy Mom Carrie Gerlach Cecil

Two things that make me happy!

It was Saturday morning and still dark outside in St. Louis. I was trying to wrap up a phone interview for my new book One Sunday— Which is about a broken tabloid editor from Los Angeles who gets pregnant by a sports doctor from Nashville and is forced to relocate to the heart of Dixie […]