At fourteen, an English teacher saw something in me that I had not yet realized; I had the ability to craft a story that could captivate a reader. After Mr. Callahan fanned that spark, I knew that one day I would build a career around that gift. I just did not realize how long that would take.
I worked for good companies at jobs I did not love. I wrote at home in my spare time. Decades later, I now have a story worth telling. Dreams never die, they only mature.
I grew up on television and movies, not literature, and my stories read like a script. They are meant to entertain. Dialogue drives the narrative and I mean for the pace to be quick. Like when you step into a theater to see that highly anticipated movie or pop that bag of corn to accompany your favorite show, I want for you to feel that familiar stirring each time you crack open one of my books.
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In 1492 three ships sailed into history...
Arepo (Cure of Souls Series Book One)
by W.W. Whitten
Children are killing children! School shootings have become an epidemic. Media contagion and bullying are at the center of the debate. The facts of Denver Detective Oren Pope’s case point to something darker lurking in the shadows and preying on the innocent, and his childhood pastor is at the heart of the investigation. Could a 2000-year-old Pompeiian inscription hold the key?
Lost Days of the Pinta
by W.W. Whitten
In 1492, the Pinta abandoned its fleet for 46 days.
Over five centuries later, the truth of that voyage threatens to rewrite history and to change the future.
Two brothers are caught between an organization devoted to keeping, and one bent on revealing its secret to the world. Garron and Jacob follow clues on ancient documents in their pursuit of the truth behind the Lost Days of the Pinta.
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