WOW! Eric Barnes has lived a full life and has definitely seized the opportunities before him. One thing is for certain Eric does not shy away from work, or hard work for that matter. Eric started off as a forklift operator and working in a warehouse freezing fish, to ultimately becoming the CEO of The Daily Memphian.
Throughout his remarkable journey Eric also found time to write 4 novels and over 40 short stories. You’ll learn the fuel to his passion and what actually guided Eric into working in news media. Also, the motivation to writing his novels. Sometimes all he needs is to start with a sentence to build upon his idea. Eric's life voyage is truly remarkable, so please enjoy this latest episode.
- The City Where We Once Lived, which Emily St. John Mandel, author of Station Eleven, called "an eerie, beautifully written, and profoundly humane book.”
- Above the Ether, which NY Times best selling author Tim Johnston called "chillingly recognizable."
- Shimmer, an IndieNext Pick likened to the work of Don Delillo and David Foster Wallace.
- Something Pretty, Something Beautiful from Outpost19, which The Millions called a "remarkable book … where cars are freedom, stories are everything, and home is thick with ghosts."