April Masini

Author & Columnist


Author & Columnist

April Masini is a #FitOver40 fitness advocate and America’s foremost dating and relationship advice and etiquette expert, as well as the author of four relationship advice books. A preferred go-to source on a wide range of issues for the world’s most prominent news outlets, April is regularly quoted in USA Today, ABC Entertainment News, MSN, Yahoo!, CNN, FOX News, CBS News, Univision, Telemundo, US News & World Report, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, New York Daily News, Newsday, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, Forbes, New York Post, Washington Post, Reader’s Digest, Christian Science Monitor, AARP Magazine, the international wire services Agence France Press and The Associated Press, among others.

April contributes advice regularly to: MarketWatch, Moneyish, Glamour, Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, TheStreet, MedicalDaily, Elite Daily, Glo, MSN, Men’s Health, SheKnows, Woman’s Day, Elle, BravoTV, Brides, O magazine, Women’s Health, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, about, Marie Claire, Yahoo!, Martha Stewart, Univision, AskMen.com, USA Today, and more…

April is a featured guest columnist in: AskMen, Yahoo!, Glo and MSN, among others. She has co-hosted a Discovery Channel episode of “Everything You Need to Know” about sex, and was a featured guest on FOX-TV’s O’Reilly Factor. April’s popularity in the press is fueled, in part, by her grass roots anonymous relationship advice forum where April has received, and personally answered, over 27,500 questions….asked by nearly a quarter-million registered members.  The topics April discusses on her advice forum range from dating and human sexuality, to career advancement, etiquette, money, weddings, engagement and relationship tips, to gift giving ideas and how to cope with infidelity, loss and depression.  Men and women of all ages, from countries around the world, of all religious backgrounds, races and sexual orientations come to April for help and answers they could not find anywhere else.