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Eileen Loveman Williams

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Eileen Loveman Williams is an American author, essayist, blogger and newspaper reporter.

Eileen Loveman Williams (Eileen Loveman) (E.L. Williams) is the author of a literary memoir, a children's book, fantasy stories, poetry and essays about life stages.[1] Her first book, "Rhythm and Rhymes of the Heart,2002-2004" published in 2005. "George and Bob Stories: Life Lessons of Little Brothers" was published in 2007, extoling short, distinct life lessons seen through the eyes of two little brothers, their sister Francine and older brother Frank, while lamenting the day to day challenges faced by single parent Mommy, whose real name was Madeline. [2] In 2010, Loveman published “Stories From the Lake: The Byline of a Lifetime" a compilation of articles and stories written for various media outlets about her challenges during the second half of life. The popularity of her columns fueled the impetus for the memoir. She currently lives in upstate New York.


Stories From the Lake: The Byline of a Lifetime (ISBN: 978-1-61663-588-6) October, 2010

Williamson Sun & Record, Williamson, NY

Sun & Record/ Wayne County Mail, Williamson, NY

Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, NY

Post Register, Idaho Falls, ID

Builders Magazine, Reno, NV

George & Bob Stories: Life Lessons For Little Brothers (ISBN: 978-1-60247-532-8) November, 2007

Rhythm and Rhymes of the Heart (ISBN:1-4137-7507-1) October 2005

A Surrender to the Moon: Icy Blue (International Library of Poetry, compilation) 2005

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