George Harrison is a professional writer, ghostwriter and editor based between London and Wiltshire. He is a member of the Society of Authors.
George is a graduate of the London School of Economics, where he studied human geography with a particular emphasis on environmental and urban policy. While studying full-time, he worked as a freelance news and features writer. After graduating, George started working as a staff writer at a national newspaper, covering subjects ranging from politics to culture.
In 2019 George stepped back from the newsroom to focus on longer-form writing and various fiction projects.
George is the co-author of Inside Allenwood, which will be published by Quiller in April. George wrote Inside Allenwood alongside Giles Darby, working with Giles to tell the true story of what life was like for a British inmate stuck inside an American prison.
Alongside his own fiction writing, George is currently working as a ghostwriter and editor. He enjoys helping people tell their own unique and often surprising stories, and is eager to pursue more ghostwriting projects. There is great satisfaction in starting with a rough draft – or just the spark of an idea – and polishing it into a complete and professional manuscript, ready for publication.
George is fascinated by people, and by 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.
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.
For questions, commissions or bookings, please do not hesitate to get in touch. George is currently available for freelance writing, editing and ghostwriting work.