A lifelong Texan, Daniel Lance Wright is a freelance writer and novelist born in Lubbock, now residing near Waco. Having spent the first nineteen years of his life on a cotton farm on the South Plains and the next thirty-two in the television industry, he has seen the world from two distinctly different angles. This unique perspective adds depth when bringing together characters from divergent backgrounds.
Daniel’s fiction earned praise from the Panhandle Writers League in 2004, The Abilene Writers Guild in 2004, The Oklahoma Writers Federation in 2005 and 2006.
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Six Years' Worth
Most of us have glimpsed at least one of that segment of society without homes, hope or happiness. The stories are varied and numerous as the stars in the sky. But one cannot help but wonder: What brought them to such a point of despair?
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