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.
A Story of Science, Faith, Revolution, and the Birth of America, more or less describes Johnson's The Invention of Air.
Persecution, plague, insurrection, inferno, friends and foes, even executions enliven the narration of Mistress Shakespeare's heart-rending story.
Part mystical, part practical, an absorbing and eventually enthralling view of Australia and Aboriginals from the inside out.
...in Angola, a war-weary land where many seek to bury their pasts, he falsifies identities for a price.
Only three days are left before Earth is theirs!
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Wild Women and Books: Bibliophiles, Bluestockings, and Prolific Pens — most revered and radical women writers in history.
Lee Eisenberg provides a whiplash spin through the maze of retirement planning.
The author struggles to identify himself as an Irish Catholic boy. His extended family secretly flouts religious dicta while conforming to social superficialities.