Jeanne Erickson has written celebrity, human interest and real-life adventure stories for decades. Her work has been published in dozens of national and international magazines: US Weekly, STAR, OK! and Closer. . . Jeanne Erickson was a licensed EMT (Ambo) for five years. She drew on those experiences for her “Fantastic Fiction.” Jeanne lives in the New York City area. She is currently editor-in-chief of The National Examiner, a weekly celebrity magazine.
Fiction Books: Rebel Without a Clue by Jeanne Erickson
Rebel Without a Clue is heart-warming and humorous. An inspiration for people experiencing the uncertainty of starting over. Disenchanted and bitter, Jenny doesn’t realise that the lousy turn of events could ultimately lead her to a better life with a greater moral vision. In the ruins of her picture-perfect life and glamorous career, Jenny Price finds her true inner purpose through an unlikely path. Readers will find hope and hilarity in Erickson’s story through the pitfalls and struggles that her characters are challenged to overcome.
Imagine if Stephanie Plum was an EMT with a hilarious love-hate relationship with the elderly she served–that pretty much summarizes this HIGHLY ENTERTAINING beach read of a book with a lot of heart. Jeanne Erickson is a very funny writer. And it is she knows her subjects inside out. But she also has ironic distance that gives Rebel Without a Clue a great edge! I hope we get more of this great character. Get this book. You will laugh and you will ache.
A Small Town girl, realizing her roots, sees that there are people out there who care. Our Author draws poignant vignettes from a lifetime of experience. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, Jeanne Erickson has continued to expand her story-telling abilities. A good time will be had in reading “Rebel Without a Clue” and you will definitely find yourself identifying with the situations and the characters in this well-written book.