Erin's 9.11 Journal

Erin's 9.11 Journal

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Erin's 9.11 Journal began as an email Erin sent to friends and family the day of 9.11 to let them know she was okay and what was happening in Manhattan. One email turned to multiple emails and was eventually picked up as a story for The Baltimore Sun and The Cincinnati Enquirer published 14-days worth of her emails. Erin was seeing and telling a story from her lower Manhattan apartment that many were not seeing or hearing. Her emails were passed along and she received over 500 responses from around the world. Erin's account is real, heart felt and shows the depths of the tragedy while simultaneously demonstrating there are always silver linings even in the worst of tragedies. You will feel like you were there with her.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 252 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 14.48mm | 439.98g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508569789
  • 9781508569787

About E M Holzman

Erin Moss was in journalism for 16 years. Her journalism career led her to Atlanta, Ga., Washington, D.C., Baltimore, MD, Cambridge, MA, New York City, Sanibel Island, FL and Paris, France. Erin attended the University of Maine and the University of Cincinnati to obtain a B.A. in English Literature. Six years later, she attended Harvard University where she received a M.F.A. in English Literature with an Emphasis in Creative Writing for Children's Literature. She did her Master's thesis on Roald Dahl a childhood favorite. While finishing up her Master's degree, Erin also attended a one-year program on mediation at Harvard Law School in their Program on Negotiation. She now resides in Cincinnati, Ohio, her hometown, and works as a mediator and as a novelist. Erin writes under the pen name of E.M. Holzman or Erin Moss. Her work can be found on Amazon.com. Her website is: http: //www.emhbooks.com Erin's blog is: http: //eattravellaugh.wordpress.com/ Dulce's blog is: http: //theurbanleash.wordpress.com/show more