Erin Lale is an author, the Acquisitions Editor at Eternal Press and Damnation Books, the world's most prominent contemporary sunprint artist, publisher and editor of Time Yarns, and is running for City Council in Henderson, Nevada. She was the founding Chairman of City Lights Artists' Co-op, served on the Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Advisory Board, ran for Nevada State Assembly, wrote for The Sonoma Index-Tribune, invented technical processes in iDEN and CDMA technology, won the Double Ruby Award from the National Forensic League, ran a custom fabric dyeing business, and published and edited a print magazine. Her first job was farming. She was Oakes Valedictorian of UCSC. She moved to Nevada in 1995 to open The Science Fiction Store. She wrote and directed the magical realist art film Rain Dance. The late beloved Bengal Cat, Beni-Wan Cat-Obi, was the star of the award-winning Cool Cat Campaign Commercial. Erin adopted her black cat Happy in October of 2012. She enjoys cooking, gardening, and making quilts.
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By Erin Lale
Published: June 4, 2011.
Skinflint Hints is:
A guide to surviving the "new normal" for the formerly middle class.
A guide to saving money, for those who still have some, so you can get rich slow.
A guide to using as few of the Earth's resources as possible, because prices are good at telling you how much resources you're using.
Guaranteed to save you at least 10 times the cover price your first week.
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Smashwords book reviews by Erin Lale
- Space Trippers Book 1: Trippin'
on Sep. 08, 2011
Space Trippers is a fun read, but this adventure is no romp for the main character, Valesque, who has to deal with a colorful cast of characters when she gets her ship, her self, and her invention stolen, and then gets into real trouble. The book hints that Valesque’s culture not only has very different motivations than human cultures, but that aliens might be responsible for Earth’s vampire legends; I hope we get to find out more in the subsequent books in the series. The story is a great blend of action and humor, and I look forward to reading the next Space Trippers book!