Dateline: San Diego, California, US
San Diego freelance editor, publisher, and writer blogged almost daily for eight years in A Writer's Edge. She helps writers on the path to writing success with critiques, edits and publishing advice.
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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