Dan Whitesnow


The first time he read a James Hadley Chase novel, Dan concluded novelists were semi-gods. He tried to write a novel, but gave up. Instead, he concentrated on writing screenplays for the fun of it, until 2011, when a female friend read one of his numerous scripts, and challenged him to write a novel. He changed his perception about novelists that same night, borrowed his girlfriend's laptop, and began what would eventually become his debut novel- THE SEAL OF ROME. He is presently working on his first miniseries- "The Enlightened Sisters." He lives in Lagos, Nigeria.

Smashwords Interview

What are your five favorite books, and why?
Apart from my own novel, ''The Seal of Rome,'' which I've re-read over two dozen times because of its amazing excitement, I think, ''The Other Side of Midnight,'' by Sydney Sheldon, ''The Firm & The Associate,'' by John Grisham, ''The Run,'' by Stuart Woods, and nearly every title from James Hadley Chase, are my favorite books anytime any day.
What do you read for pleasure?
hmmm, thrillers. I like stories that keeps me returning back home in time, and get sunk inside that well plotted suspense book. Fiction is my thing.
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Where to find Dan Whitesnow online

Twitter: @dannywhitesnow


Emily's Journey to the Unknown
Series: The Incredible Adventures of Emily Berg. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 22,660. Language: American English. Published: April 6, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Dark, Fiction » Coming of age
Emily’s Journey to the Unknown is the story of 12-year-old super-blond heroine, Emily Berg, and her incredible adventures in the underworld. The story is set in Charlotte, and also in the imagery cities of Elezra, and Gamalia, where Emily would battle the faceless dark spirit, Zainner, the fiery prince of the underworld, Abbadon, and Miscra, the dark ugly witch with great feathery wings...

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adventure    childrens    heroine    middle grade