Kelvin Wade is a 45 year old freelance writer/author. He has written an opinion column, "The Other Side" for the Daily Republic in Fairfield, California for 19 years. He has also done technical writing, newsletter design and production for various homeowner associations from Pacific Grove to Roseville, California. He also currently writes for the iPinion Syndicate.
He helped co-found the Bay Area Survivors of Suicide and worked with the group for years before rolling it into the national organization. He wrote a column on dealing with the aftermath of suicide for the group's newsletter.
He got his start writing for the Daily Republic in junior high when he wrote a column called "The Bear Facts" reporting on his school's (Grange Grizzlies) activities.
Kelvin enjoys cruising, traveling, computers and gadgets (geek alert!), guns, Oakland Raiders football, MMA, boxing, wrestling, producing music, drawing, photography and cooking.
He resides in Northern California with his very significant other, Catherine, and their three "kids", Beagle brothers Tyson and Theo and frisky Maltoodle, Rafi.
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MORSELS Twisted Tales of Life and Death Vol. 2
by Kelvin Wade
How does a locomotive crash into a house two miles from the nearest train tracks? Could the ever popular Father DeConcini really be a pedophile priest? Did an act of terrorism crater a New York apartment building or was it something no one could've seen coming? Did a tornado level this small Missouri town or was it...a dragon? Thirteen all-new twisted tales by the author of Morsels Vol. 1.
MORSELS Twisted Tales of Life and Death Vol. 1
by Kelvin Wade
What if you made a rash decision right before the calvary arrives? Imagine a vampire that hates the taste of blood. What if a murdered battered woman decided to fight back? Ever seen a human zoo? Pssst...cows can fly. What would you give in exchange for your dreams coming true? What if that derelict on the bus is God? Morsels serves up fifteen twisted original tales that you won't soon forget.
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