Author Erin Logan’s new book “Reporting Facts and Running from the Truth” is a one-of-a-kind memoir with an impactful message of empowerment

Erin Logan has completed her new book “Reporting Facts and Running from the Truth”: a gripping memoir that shares the TV anchor’s struggle to find self-worth beyond a job title. The engrossing work highlights the importance of learning from mistakes, the power of forgiveness, living in the present, and exiting stage left from negative situations or people.

For nearly two decades, Erin Logan has been a familiar face in many local news markets across the country—most recently, as an anchor in Cleveland and a reporter in New York City. Her passion for business began in high school and she grew deeper in college at Syracuse University and in graduate school at Boston University. Throughout her journalism career, she’s learned a lot about herself and so many others. The common denominator: there are way too many people who are not living in the present, putting an enormous amount of pressure on themselves, and looking to others for “approval” as a measure of self-worth.

In Erin’s case, she allowed her job title to define her and could never fully answer her dad’s question: “Are you truly happy in all aspects of your life?” Since fully realizing the significance of that question, Erin has been a strong advocate for women and teen girls struggling with self-esteem issues. She created a program called REVIVE, a free series of workshops. She also got an online certificate in nonprofit executive leadership at the University of Notre Dame.

Author Erin Logan sets the stage of her work, writing, “It’s May 2020 in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. At this point, the phrase ‘If you can’t finish a project during this time, you never will’ has become very clear. Shortly after this horrible, unfortunate mug shot on the cover of this book happened in 2010, there was never a question of whether I would write a book. The book’s title, ‘Reporting Facts and Running from the Truth,’ was decided almost immediately. My job as a news anchor and reporter has always been to ‘report facts.’ As far back as senior year in high school, I was ‘running from the truth.’ I figured by 2015, I would be ready to write, but that would’ve been the worst time. I was thirty-seven and fearing that the BIG four-zero was creeping up on me. I was engaged, then not engaged, and switching jobs from one station to another in Connecticut.”

Published by Page Publishing, Erin Logan’s impactful tale encourages readers to discover their authentic selves and pursue lives that bring them real, sustainable joy.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “Reporting Facts and Running from the Truth” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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