Cameron Sutter


I started writing in 1st grade with a story about me giving my brother aliens for his birthday. I got in trouble in class because I was writing during the teacher's lesson.
My brothers and I were always creating new superheroes (like Sharkman and CD man) and we pretended to be them and save the world from the villains we created.
In 7th grade I wrote my first children's novel called Saturn's Quest about a boy who saved the whole universe from the Evil Dynasty.
I'm a martial arts fanboy wanna-be and as soon as I get more time, I will be the next Karate Kid.
I rebooted my writing career around '06 because I can't stand the thought of having a 9-5 job for the rest of my life where my thoughts and desires are dictated to me and where I'm only making someone else rich while I remain in poverty. I wanted to get out there and make something of myself: the American Dream and all that.
And with that desire I want to own my own business someday, too.
I have a growing family made up of my amazing wife and I, and our two kids (One is 2 years old and the other is a few months old). We faithfully believe in a living God and Christ as our Savior and hope to live together as a family forever.

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Tellurian Suns: Seeing the Light
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 89,580. Language: English. Published: January 13, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
16 glowing stones were hidden throughout the world. Whoever gets all 16 would have a power that could plunge the world into chaos. Even though Kenny Lincoln doesn't want the power, a family mystery throws him in the middle of two old rivals in a quest to find all sixteen. Lives will be lost, friendships torn, alliances forged, and trusts betrayed as the chase begins to collect the Tellurian Suns.

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