Born and raised between the Red and the Rio Grande, Will Prince moved to Oklahoma, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania before returning home to the Lone Star. He holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice and sociology from Cameron University, a master's in criminal justice and psychology from Radford University, and a paralegal certificate from the University of Houston. Will's career includes stints in law enforcement, corporate security, immigration law, and college teaching. He has been a Certified Protection Professional (board-certified in security management by ASIS International) since 1996 and was granted lifetime status in 2012. Currently a freelance writer and paralegal, Will lives in Corinth, Texas. His novels to date include The Legend of Sasquatch and The Education of Clint Buchanan.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I got a Kindle for Father's Day a couple of years ago, and so far that's my only e-reader. I'll confess that I still have a strong preference for dead-tree books, but after my last move, I like my Kindle a little better.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I mostly rely on the tried and true. If I see something that I haven't read by an author I know I like, I'll read that. As we all know, there are far too many books out there to read them all. We can only hope to make a tiny dent in the canon of great literature, so I mostly stick with what I know I'll like. Also, my wife is an English professor and--not surprisingly--a voracious reader. Luckily we have very similar tastes, and if she reads something that she thinks I'll like, she lets me know. Far more often than not, if she likes a book, I like it, too. That helps a lot.
In this action-packed character novel, Sasquatch is not the mythical creature rumored to haunt the forests of North America. He is a young Texan named Clint Buchanan who prowls the streets of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in the late-1970s. Barely a man but already the size of Jimmy Dean’s “Big Bad John,” the similarities do not end there. Trouble seems to follow Clint, and a combination of bad choices, bad timing, and bad luck has tragic results.
The Education of Clint Buchanan - Book Trailer
This sequel to 2008's The Legend of Sasquatch finds its protagonist, Clint Buchanan, moving north of the Red River to escape his troubles. With renewed faith, Clint enrolls in college and tries to start a new life for himself, but bad decisions and bad luck continue to plague him. Will Clint again be strong enough to survive?