Willam Walton, a friend for more than thirty years, is my writing partner. We share critiques that enhance both of our writings. His clear vision and perceptive insights on character development and plot dynamics in The Call hold my feet to the fire until I write better and with greater integrity. I am profoundly grateful that he shares his brilliance with me. The characters driving his writing are always engrossing, their dialogue tightly and sparely written yet full of nuance and subtle complexity.
William has just published a story in the Honest Lie, an Anthology. It is the story of the downward spiral of a tortured soul who, despite feeling safe only behind his clown’s mask, still has a spark of yearning for connection with others. It is the faintest of sparks, though, and at his core he only wants to be Ozzie the Clown. Nothing more. This story, like others William writes, allows the reader to experience what the character is feeling or trying to feel. Many, like Ozzie, speak to the isolation we experience as individuals, how hard it is to bridge the differences that separate us, and the lengths to which we will go, or wish we had gone, to cross them.
Announcement: adapted from http://www.martasprout.com/marta-blog.php
|Author William Walton|
Congratulations are in order for my writing partner, William Walton. His wonderful story Ozzie the Clown will be released in print on October 31, 2010 in the anthology An Honest Lie, Volume 2: Delusions of Insignificance.
Click here for a great interview with William where you can meet the man behind Ozzie the Clown.
A discount is available on all pre-orders of the Anthology between October 1st and October 24th. The book can be purchased online at http://ahlvol2vote.debrincase.com by clicking on his name and then following up with your purchase. Doing it in this manner will record a vote for Mr. Walton which will assist him to obtain an ongoing contract. Additionally A Honest Lie Vol 2 will be available from Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.
If you have any problems locating this title please refer to the ISBN 978-0-578-06925-8.
Well done my friend!