George Harrison is a writer based in Norwich. He is the co-author of Inside Allenwood, an Amazon bestseller about the life of a white-collar criminal in an American prison. George also writes fiction, and his short stories have been published by Reflex Press and The Literary Platform. In 2022, George was selected for the Escalator Talent Development Programme at the National Centre for Writing. He is currently seeking a publisher for his debut novel, which he is working on with support from the National Centre for Writing.
George is fascinated by places and people – and the stories they have to tell. This interest always guides his writing, regardless of whether he is working on his own fiction or working collaboratively with a client to get someone else’s story out into the world. George has edited and ghostwritten several non-fiction books, and he has also worked as an editorial consultant on other people's novels. Recent ghostwriting and editing projects include true-crime stories, morality thrillers, and sporting memoirs. George worked as an editor on Burned, a spy memoir by Sue Dobson which was published by Vine Leaves Press in 2023 and is now being turned into a film. George also edited the final memoir of the golfing great Peter Alliss, Reflections on a Life Well Lived. Reflections was published by Lennard Books in 2022 to great acclaim in the national press. Two more of George's editing projects will be published in 2024.
George is a graduate of the London School of Economics, where he studied human geography with a particular emphasis on environmental and urban policy. He previously worked as a freelance news and features writer and as a staff writer at a national newspaper, covering subjects ranging from personal finance to consumer technology and popular culture. In addition to his writing work, George has appeared as a panellist on TV news programmes including the Sky News Press Preview and the BBC's Sunday Morning Live.
George works as a ghostwriter and editor. He is a member of the Society of Authors.