Gregory A. Freeman
Gregory A. Freeman is a award-winning writer with over 25 years experience in journalism and narrative nonfiction. Known for writing novels that make a story seem like a gripping, fast paced book, Freeman is quickly becoming one of those Successful and most admired authors within the area of narrative nonfiction.
Freeman's books are scrupulously researched and completely factual, yet they see more like books because he weaves the "stranger than fiction" personal stories of their subjects into a compelling narrative. Each job requires intensive research - probing for previously undisclosed documents and getting to understand the topics personally. Freeman also investigates the topic matter himself, if so flying or gaining entry. However, the pieces of the books are the intensely personal interviews with women and the men who were not there. Their personal stories comprise the center of Freeman's work.
Along with his books, Freeman writes for a wide selection of magazines and other books, such as Reader's Digest, Rolling Stone, American History, and World War II.
Freeman has won over a dozen awards for his writing, including the coveted Sigma Delta Chi Award for Excellence in the Society of Professional Journalists - twice in five decades. He attended the University of Georgia in Athens and started his writing career there, working for papers.
After receiving his degree, he went on to work for The Associated Press in Atlanta and then spent a few years as executive editor of a publishing firm. Then he became a freelance writer, editor, and writer.
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