Erin Lee

Biography

Erin L George is freelance writer and poet from Southern, NH. George's work has appeared in journals and magazines since 1995. She's received numerous awards from the New England Press Association for her work as a journalist. Most recently, George was published in the 2010 Savant Poetry Anthology, First Breath, Her Voice poetry anthology, and Deborah Simpson's Ethereal Erotica Anthology. She is editor of the anthologies Cafe Musings and No Apologies and the children's books Maxine the Rainbow Cow and Maxine and Ben. George is author of the poetry chapbooks Dandelion Dance and Insideout, both available at amazon.com. More of George's work can be found at www.erinlgeorge.com.

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Desperately Seeking Employment: A Memoir of Misadventures
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 30,960. Language: English. Published: April 14, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
‘“For Hire: I’m (very) desperate!” This was the classified ad I considered placing after a year-long stint on unemployment during one of the country’s worst ever economies.
Inside Out
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 5,410. Language: English. Published: November 11, 2010. Category: Fiction » Poetry » American poetry
The second in a poetry collection by Erin L George. For more work by this author visit www.erinlgeorge.com.
Cafe Musings
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 7,160. Language: English. Published: November 11, 2010. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Poetry - multi-author
Poetry anthology put together by Editor Erin L George. Including authors from all over the world, new and previously published.

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  • An Ordinary Man In An Ordinary World on Nov. 10, 2010

    A nice, quick read. The author's honesty is wonderful in this book - very refreshing. The parellels between him and his father are also eye opening. I wish there had been more of those more clearly drawn, though. I look forward to reading a "part two" of sorts where we can find out what really happened with K and Owen. Very easy to read and something I didn't want to put down. Having experience living with an alcoholic myself, I could certainly relate to much of this. Best of luck to the author and his family!
  • Goodbye, Mother on Nov. 11, 2010

    What a very intense read. I loved it. I think this mother daughter relationship could easily be expanded into a full-length memoir. That's something I'd love to read.