| Patriot | Writer for young chapter readers
Pennsylvania native, R.W.’s stories are driven by a love of nature.
Shy and introverted human, sharing his knowledge of the American countryside through his stories.
Jade Price is a famous TV Star who just landed her first role in a big movie. She just found out she has to ride a huge horse right beside the hottest movie star on the planet – and she is terrified of horses! Ella, a quiet teenager and horse whisperer, gives secret lessons to the famous actress. Meanwhile a wild horse, Flame, is also being trained by Ella and her fortunes depend on Flame learning to race. Ella is targeted by a selfish Pop Star who steals something of great value from Jade … can they get it back before the big race? Will the other rock singer let his jealousy over Ella get in the way? Will Jade’s reputation and career crash when the secret of their horse lessons leaks to the public? It all hangs in a delicate balance as the days rush closer to Flame’s first race.
Book I in an adventure series for young readers. We are taken back to the Old West and follow Chris Cameron as he grows up and learns some valuable lessons in how to get along in the world. Full of real information: the towns, the animals, the roads, the Indian names … they are all taken from our real past to add a little learning to a fun old-fashioned Western adventure. Best for young boys (and cowgirls) from ages 6 to 11.
Book II in the Series: Chris Cameron faces his first blizzard! Then he faces gun trouble in the town of Milford. His Algonquin Indian friends shows up to help him through his troubles, but just may have issues of his own trying to fit into this new town and way of living.
For Slightly older readers – ages 16 to young at heart: The world is broken, leaving so many of us feeling isolated. A few families risk everything they have ever known to see if they can break stereotypes and build a future in a new town. We don’t need to hear how many things can go wrong in the future ~ we need to imagine ways that our lives will go right . . . I hope you open this book and start to think . . . WHAT IF . . .