Breaking Point

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On this tropical vacation to relax and get away from the stress of everyday life, the lives of five very different people become intermingled in ways none of them could anticipate. It becomes the adventure of a lifetime as they sail toward their destiny. Along the way they find the bonds of friendship come with a high price, they also find fun, romance, intrigue, disaster, and danger. More

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About Wayne Rohrer

Coming from a small town in the Midwest, the author used the Navy as a stepping stone to college in California where he got a degree from the California State University, Chico. During his first two years of college, he majored in Journalism where he learned the fine art of journalistic writing. He had a dream of traveling the world photographing and writing about current breaking events. Although the dream lives on, the photography and the writing have become more of a hobby than a career. That window of opportunity is gone, but the joy of writing remains strong. As is usually the case, life got in the way and he ended up getting a degree in a field totally unrelated to writing or photography. He changed the focus of his studies and earned a degree in Psychology. The bulk of his career was spent working in the California Department of Mental Health where he worked in various capacities ranging from a psychiatric nurse to the Hospital Administrator of one of the State hospitals. That is where his creative writing skills were really put to the test.

Looking back over the course of his career, the single most important element that stands above all others is his ability to write effectively. Being an avid reader, he read work related journals and scholarly books on treating the psychiatric patient, but he also read the entire works of authors such as Dean Koontz and John Grisham. He marveled at their ability to weave an engaging story. It was only through the encouragement of friends that he set out to write a book of his own.

The author has recently moved to Fort Myers, Florida, where he lives a quiet life. The first book by this author is entitled: The Cemetery At The End of Harvey Road. The story sprang from a single experience from his college days in Northern California, an episode late one night on a lonely road leading to the cemetery at the end of Harvey Road. With a friend, he encountered a dark shadowy figure with a gun blocking their passage on the road. From that single experience, this book seemed to write itself. There were times when he wondered who was in control of the story. He seemed but a conduit to ensure the story made it to paper. The story took on a life of its own and controlled the many twists and turns leading to its inevitable conclusion.

The author has since completed a second book which he feels is better crafted then the first one. The second book entitled Breaking Point follows the lives of four people who are on a path that will define the rest of their lives. Everyone has a breaking point. What is yours?

The third book entitled Finding Harry is a biography about the life of a young boy growing up in a Midwestern Protestant family. It’s the story of a Midwestern upbringing gone wrong. It is a coming out story, and a coming of age story that will take you on the many twists and turns in what he believes to be his inconsequential life and what he feels made it so. It will also take you on his journey to find his voice and break the bonds allowing him to rise above and stand tall despite those who would keep him down.

The author is now working on a fourth book with a working title: Curtains of Time. It is his first attempt at science fiction which has always been a favorite genre. Follow the adventures of Gizmo and his friends through the many and varied universes, in the many varied times of their evolution.

All books can be found published on Smashwords.com. If you, the reader, have comments regarding the books by this author, he can be reached at the following email address: wr55@att.net. Please put the book title in the subject line to ensure your comments receive the proper attention and response. Any comments you have would be appreciated.

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Review by: Loni Doucette on Sep. 08, 2012 : (no rating)
This second book is smoother than his Cemetary one. It is more fleshed out and has more substance. It could be improved by some editing but reads well.
I'd like to see him expand on his band of Chico friends as main charaters in a book. That could be interesting.
Look forward to more.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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