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Author Archives: Georganna Hancock

San Diego publisher, freelance editor and writer, blogged almost daily for eight years at A WRITERS EDGE. She helps writers on the path to writing success with critiques, edits and publishing advice. Find her author page on Amazon and her epublications in her Amazon Shop. Her business profile is on LinkedIn and her tweets on Twitter, where she's aka @GLHancock. Georganna's first writing appeared in print in the 1960s. She worked as a journalist for many years. She reviewed books for the FORT PIERCE NEWS TRIBUNE and THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL and wrote for THE MIAMI HERALD, regional publications, and many national magazines. She was a member of the National Book Critics Circle, the San Diego Professional Editors Network and the San Diego Writers/Editors Guild, for which she served as Web Manager. Books reviewed may have been received as gifts. All her writings are protected by U.S. copyright law.

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Book Review: Jack Rabbit Moon by Dorraine Darden

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“The Encouragement to Try”: Award Winning Author Dorraine Darden on Self-Publishing Novels

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Book Review: The Man Who Loved Books Too Much by Allison Hoover Bartlett

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Book Review: The Anthologist by Nicholson Baker

The Anthologist is a quick read, requisite for light summer fare, but it does stick to your mental ribs. Read More »

Book Review: Mother of the Believers: A Novel of the Birth of Islam by Kamran Pasha

Who was the "Mother of the Believers" and how did Islam begin? Read More »

Book Review: The Noticer: Sometimes, all a person needs… by Andy Andrews

Sometimes, all a person needs is a little perspective - or a handy motto. Read More »

Book Review: God’s Thunderbolt: The Vigilantes of Montana by Carol Buchanan

The gold rush in 1863 Montana forces men to become vigilantes to bring justice to Alder Gulch. Read More »

Book Review: Lake with No Name: A True Story of Love and Conflict in Modern China by Diane Wei Liang

On June 4, 1989, Chinese military ran tanks over student demonstrators in Beijing's Tianamen Square. Diane Mei Liang was there. Read More »

Book Review: Let Me Eat Cake by Leslie F. Miller

If Marie Antoinette really commented, "Let them eat cake," Miller's ancestor was right there egging her on. Read More »