Other Books By Hollis George.

Without Fangs Bram Stoker, Without Fangs, Book One, (Illustrated),
edited by Hollis George, $2.99
Bram Stoker is the author of Dracula, but he also wrote a number of novels and short stories that had nothing to do with vampires. We've collected some of his lesser-known works in this new series and they’re all richly illustrated. Buy and/or Read More >>>


Mary Shelley's Forbidden Dreams Mary Shelley's Forbidden Dreams (Illustrated Edition),
edited by Hollis George, $2.99
You probably know about Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley writing Frankenstein following a night of ghost stories in a seaside mansion in Switzerland. But did you know she wrote a number of other dream-like novels, short stories, and plays. Buy and/or Read More >>>


Writing Tips Writing Tips. From the Pens of Famous Writers,
edited by Hollis George, $.99
Here are three classic authors sharing their tips and how-to’s about writing. Helpful hints for any and all writers from the pros.
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The Poet’s Compendium The Poet's Compendium: Every Man His Own Poet,
edited by Hollis George, $2.99
Here is a collection of instructions and essays directed at the budding poet. These are classic works that every poet should ponder before touching pen to paper or tapping at a computer keyboard. Buy and/or Read More >>>


End of the WorldEnd of the World, edited by Hollis George, Jr.
$1.99
If you're reading this, the Mayan prophecies didn't come true – the world didn’t end on December 21, 2012. Nevertheless, science fiction writers have been chronicling future apocalypses for years. . . Buy and/or Read More >>>


Les MiserableLes Miserables, by Victor Hugo
$1.99 ebook
After seeing Anne Hathaway in Les Miserables – the new movie musical based on Victor Hugo’s classic tale of the French Revolution – you’ll want to read the original story for yourself. And here’s a 5-volume ebook edition that’s very affordable, costing less than $1. Buy and/or Read More >>>


America's Humorous Heartwarming VerseAmerica's Humorous & Heartwarming Verse, edited by Hollis George,
$1.99
Here is a wonderful collection of American poetry that will put a smile on your face. Over 200 poems (less than a penny a poem). An introduction by humorist Marshal Pinckney Wilder. Buy and/or Read More >>>


Max CarradosMax Carrados, Detective, Introduction by Hollis George, by Ernest Bramah
.99 Cents
These classic mystery stories by Ernest Bramah have been compared to Sherlock Holmes. Carrados is a blind British sleuth who relies on touch and smell the way others depend on their eyes. Here are seven (plus one) stories that will delight you. Buy and/or Read More >>>


Mind Reading and Inner Consciousness Mind Reading And Inner Consciousness Writings Of William Walker Atkinson edited by Hollis George $2.99
Here is a historical perspective on the Occult writings of William Walker Atkinson, a founder of the New Thought Movement. This volume contains two of his more famous tomes, Practical Mind Reading and The Inner Consciousness: How to Awaken and Direct It. Buy and/or Read More >>>


Genre: Literature/Good Reading & Poetry & Science Fiction/Fantasy

Meet The Author

Hollis George is editorial director of The New Atlantian Library and Absolutely Amazing eBooks. A former journalist, college professor, and museum president, he brings a wealth of knowledge to the books he writes and edits. A long-time denizen of New York City, he enjoys hanging out in the jazz clubs and coffee houses of Greenwich Village as well as prowling the New York City Public Library. Making his home on Cooper Square in the East Village, he’s fond of the two-for-one beers at McSorley’s Tavern, the nearby Ukraine restaurants, and the sidewalk booksellers on Astor Place. He has a small dog named Buttercup.

Instant Interview!

What do you like best about writing?

Getting truths onto paper. Or a computer screen. Or even a stone tablet.

When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

As Haruki Murakami wrote in Norwegian Wood, "It just happens to be the way that I'm made. I have to write things down to feel I fully comprehend them."

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Leaves of Grass:
The Electric Edition,

by Walt Whitman
Introduction by Hollis George
,
.99 Cents

Perhaps the most significant book by an American poet, Leaves of Grass is Walt Whitman’s masterpiece – poetry that examines love, aging, and a life examined. This book should be on the reading list of every well-educated person, either as a first-time introduction or a fond rereading. So download your copy now and get enlightenment for under $1.
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