"'Confidence Magazine' was always meant to be the caliber of Vanity Fair & Esquire, but now it is also part coffee table book," publicist Rick Barron explained. The new issue is 50% high quality photos of everything from celebrities, to vacation spots, to high quality prints of works of art. The coffee table book/magazine is meant to have the pages torn out and framed or posted on a bulletin board to add decor and art to any room. However, what "Confidence Magazine" hopes to use to keep readers, is its outstanding writing.
In addition to articles on "Living Green" and book reviews on New York Times Best Sellers, Confidence Magazine showcases fashion and real estate. In fact, anything that the person of discriminating taste would like to know about, can be found in Confidence Magazine. The most anticipated feature of Confidence Magazine is its serial features, which are fictional stories where every issue contains a new "episode." "We wanted to make these fictional serials have cliffhangers like the 'Who shot J.R.?' cliffhanger on 'Dallas,'" said Kimber Tomm, marketing director of Confidence Magazine. Confidence Magazine also features a travel section; political satire; music reviews; relationship advice; and so much more. "It is like Vanity, Esquire, and Rolling Stone all rolled in to one magazine," said college student Ken Munder. Confidence Magazine is a bi-monthly glossy magazine publication, with an online companion.
Dr. Leigh-Davis is editor-in-chief of “Confidence Magazine.” She is a creative with an analytical mind, who is an award winning problem solver & producer of tantalizing media content. Specifically, Dr. Leigh-Davis is a retired attorney, anthropologist, and popular TV & media personality, who regularly appears as a legal analyst and legal correspondent on NBC news, CNN and Fox news. She is also the former host of the Court TV television show, “The Court is in Session.” Dr. Leigh-Davis’