Brant Waldeck

Biography

Brant Waldeck lived in a small town in rural Ohio until he was fourteen years old. From there he moved to a suburb of Columbus, Ohio. After high school, he attended Miami University (OH) and graduated with a degree in marketing. After five years working at advertising agencies, Brant set out on his own to be a freelance designer. His business evolved into a successful marketing agency. His life revolved around creativity, but it wasn’t until he had kids of his own that Brant began to explore the idea of writing. Brant credits his children as the key to his creative inspiration. The minds of children see possibilities that adults tend to shut out. The trick to being creative... never stop thinking like a kid.

Brant currently resides in a suburb of Charlotte, NC with his wife, Jenny, and three kids, Gillen, Brannen and Braelyn.

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Books

Guardians of the Scepter: The Adventures of Bruten & Tommy
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 37,380. Language: English. Published: February 1, 2013. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy
Finding the secret portals was just the beginning… Bruten & Tommy have taken the first step on their quest to protect the portals and the Golden Scepter. For generations, power hungry villains have searched for the scepter, and now it was Bruten & Tommy's turn to protect it. Will the newly minted Guardians of the Scepter have what it takes to carry on the legacy?
The Secret of the Portals: The Adventures of Bruten & Tommy
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 43,380. Language: English. Published: October 1, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Adventure
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Bruten Stone and Tommy Staunton discover secret portals to other worlds... right in their own town! It's an adventure like no other that leads them to amazing worlds and untold riches, but it soon becomes clear that they will have to defend the worlds from those that would like nothing more than to exploit them for profit. As two recently graduated 5th graders, are they up for the challenge?

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