Bill Walker

Biography

A graduate of Emerson College's prestigious film school, Bill wrote and directed his first feature film, Pawn, while still a student. After graduation, he founded Newbury Filmworks, Inc., an award-winning production company renowned for making high-quality corporate films and commercials.

In 1990, Bill relocated to Los Angeles, and began a freelance story analysis career for various studios and independent production companies, while devoting his spare time to the writing of novels, short stories, and screenplays. He is also a highly-respected graphic designer, specializing in book and dust jacket design. He has worked on books by such luminaries as: Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, Dean Koontz, and Stephen King. In addition, Bill is a member of the Authors Guild.

He has won awards for his screenwriting, his two short story collections for Mid-Graders, Five-Minute Frights and Five-Minute Chillers, are perennial Halloween favorites, and his first novel, Titanic 2012, was enthusiastically received by readers. His latest novel, A Note from an Old Acquaintance was released in 2009. Bill lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Debbie, and their sons, Jeffrey and Brian.

Selected Works

Alternate History
Abe Lincoln: Public Enemy No. 1 is a fast-paced story of guns, girls and gangsters featuring our 16th President in a role that will forever rewrite history as we know it!!
Fiction
A best-selling author on the brink of despair, revisits the city of his youth to find the lost love he left behind.
When Trevor Hughes’ obscenely rich friend rebuilds the Titanic for its 100th anniversary, Trevor finds he cannot resist the siren call to adventure and romance.

NEWLY REVISED FOR 2012!

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