The following clips appear in Global Traveler Magazine:

1. Off the Beaten Path: Kolkata, India
"On the Rebound"
Kolkata shines again as the prize gem of East India and an object of Western desire.

2. Off the Beaten Path: Varanasi, India
"At the Head of Its Class"

Varanasi opens minds through its rich spiritual and cultural heritage and a thriving international university.

3. Family Business: Taipei, Taiwan
"Taipei for Two"
Share the hidden splendors of Taiwan’s endearing capital city.

4. Spa Report: Malacca, Malaysia
"Royal Treatment"

The wellness experience at Spa Village Malacca can only be described as majestic.

Front CoverErin’s 2004 short story on the perils and providence of Indian railway travel, “Miracle on the Mangala Express,” appeared in the anthology, Angel Over My Shoulder.

Erin is seeking an agent for her book, Bindi Girl - a collection of her fans’ most beloved blog tales...
serves it up on a platter.
Entertains you and caters to you.

lets the nation change you.
It melts down your belief system.

YOU must adjust to India, not the other way around.

Bindi Girl
An Incomparable Journey Into the Heart and Soul of India
"… lovely, lyrical, gentle, and informative. It made my world bigger…"
James Fadiman, author of The Other Side of Haight and editor of Essential Sufism

"…an amazingly visceral writer. I can't wait to see your name on the bestsellers list, because that's where it belongs."
Lynn Braz, editor and travel writer featured in Dallas Morning News

“Wow! My head is so full of images and Beatles song snippets and imagined smells of spices and cows. Thank you for creating such a vivid picture. You really do a great service to single women who are waiting to take the plunge into world travel, by making it seem so possible.”
Becca Costello, comic and former arts and entertainment editor, Sacramento News and Review

"…an amazing storyteller, you make characters, and India, come alive. The details of life in India are exceptional. The actual heart connections you make with people in unexpected ways and places, is delicious. You make me fall in love with your characters, just as I can tell that you have..."

“Reese reports on an India few outsiders get to witness - not the Goa parties or tourist sites or political turmoil, no. Instead she dives into the throbbing spiritual centre of India and tries to place her California soul amongst the gurus, mystics and visionaries that remain a constant of Indian religion. Yet Reese is no New Age tourist full of cosmic waffle. Her writing is both beautifully descriptive and very funny. She captures the sweaty heat of India, its madness and charm. Her own spiritual quest mixes with her lusts and frustrations to create a new kind of travel writing. If I ever return to India it will be with Bindi Girl as my guide.”
Garth Cartwright, author of Princes Amongst Men: Journeys with Gypsy Musicians and More Miles than Money: Journeys through American Music