I am a member of the Virginia Writers Club (virginiawritersclub.org), Valley Writers Chapter (roanokevalleywriters.org). I have written several winning entries for the Chautauqua Writers Festival. I earned a BSBA from the University of Central Florida and now live in Roanoke, VA.
I have published three e-books on Amazon.com: Home Again, a story about a family with an abusive father, in 1954 with Appalachian town Narrows, VA providing the historical backdrop; and Kill Me Once Again, an action/thriller mystery that takes place in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. my latest is The Back Nine, a sequel to To Kill Me Once Again.
I'm hooked on action thrillers and mystery stories and mainly write novels, although I sometimes get sidetracked by my inner muse to write a satirical essay or a poem.
Favorite books: the Robert Ludlum Jason Bourne series (movie with Matt Damon); James Patterson's Alex Cross series; Tom Clancy's series with Jack Ryan; and Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird.
My advice to novice writers: Get help ASAP. Join a writers club, take a college course in creative writing, and don't waste time trying to follow all the advice you find on the Internet.
Where to find Wayne White online
Kill Me Once Again
Major Scott Wilson is fragged during a CIA black ops mission when he refuses to help his mutinous men smuggle captured Afghan heroin to the States. Scott dies in the med-evac chopper, but a determined Army field surgeon revives him. He recovers except for PTSD and any specific memory of the fragging. Now, after 5 years in the witness protection program, someone is trying to kill him again.
Reverend Thornton Randolph raises a family with 6 children in a small Appalachian town in the mid-1950s. When he learns his eldest daughter Abby is pregnant, he holds the neighbor’s son Buck Simpson responsible, marries them in a shotgun wedding and runs them into exile to hide the shocking truth.
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