Donald White grew up on the coast of North Carolina with his mother and father, an older and a younger sister. He has a degree in Information Systems, having graduated with honors. Later, he moved to Durham and is now employed at a software company in Raleigh. He is an avid reader of classical and modern literature. The following works are available: Lady Killer, The Face in the Mirror, Vengeance and Valor, The Hound, Hallowed: The Collection, The Visions of Sandy Brown, The Bard and the Witch, The Monster and Otherplace.
James Ward Kirk
on Jan. 09, 2013 :
Donald White begins his story with some bad writing--on purpose. When the real story starts, hold onto your hats. The plot and its protagonist are perfectly outlined in one simple sentence: "A roach crawled across his arm rest, and he knocked it to the floor." The story is chock full of metaphor. The title of this review is a reference to this. When was the last time you looked into a mirror? I mean, really looked? Donald White delivers. [[ASIN:1470123851 Indiana Horror 2012]
(reviewed within a month of purchase)