NBC New York reporter, anchor’s book about 10 impactful stories she’s covered hits shelves July 12

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WNBC anchor and reporter Jen Maxfield will publish a book about her career in TV news July 12, 2022.

The book has already become a top seller on Amazon with pre-orders, according to her PR firm.

More After the Break” will see Maxfield revisiting ten memorable stories from her career as a TV news reporter.

“Describing in heart-pounding detail how the events unfolded and revealing what happened after the cameras went away. She introduces readers to unforgettable people who will inspire you with their hopefulness, even when confronting life’s greatest heartbreaks: a young man who lost both legs in a ferry crash, an endurance athlete with stage-four lung cancer, a fifth-grader on a doomed field trip, an Ivy League undergrad sentenced to decades in prison, a young woman who gave her life for an animal, a Wall Street executive on an ill-fated bike ride, a preschooler whose health hinged on an immigration battle, a family who lost everything in a hurricane, a mother who fought back against domestic violence, and a man who stood up for his rights while seated in his wheelchair,” according to a press release.

Maxfield has been with NBC New York since April 2003, assigned to New Jersey and serving as a fill-in anchor. She previously worked for WABC from 2002 to 2013, also covering New Jersey.