Author and ordained minister Wade C. Long is motivated by helping others to become optimal versions of themselves. The self-described introvert makes his residence alone in Sherman Oaks, California. He enjoys volunteering in community outreach efforts across Los Angeles and spending time with a small and close-knit group of friends.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland is a hard working town with lots of great people. It's caught a few bad breaks over the years, but the people there have this great resolve which amazes me to this day. A lot of that resolve I try to bring out in some of my characters.
When did you first start writing?
I first started writing when i was 6 years old. Even before I could write I can recall making up stories in my mind and sharing them with family and friends.
A young warrior becomes aware of a powerful stone that once came to restore prominence to his people; a once provident race which after a period of slavery, now finds itself in impoverished and conflicting conditions. Now Trekker, must return this stone back to his homeland and ultimately, the Hamlet People back to the standing in which they once knew.