“You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.” Jack London
George has authored media for marketing, public relations, presentation, promotion, management, fiction and letters to his mom (never enough from her perspective).
“We live in a mad world. But there is a simplicity yearning inside us for recognition.” When queried further George may reply, “Great googly moogly and holy guacomole!”
(Translation: Have fun!)
George has had several short stories published as well as countless non-fiction works.
In the genre of contemporary fiction, George writes around the edges of life and death: An area of livingness in transition, oftentimes rich with heightened awareness and personal insights….
Is It Against The Law To Kill A Dead Man?
•Love & life in a funeral home showroom•
(2079-word short story)
“‘Is he dead yet!?’ Zelda fired her query at the Funeral Director with a thrust of pointed hostility.”
•A new life•
(1490-word short story)
“One’s perceptions can be funny. Whose to say what is real and what isn’t, anyway?”
(2998-word short story)
“In ways that he never noticed before, she was more beautiful. Not the same kind of physical beauty she possessed in their early days, but in a way, much more pervasive—if only he would take the time to look.”