Woodrow W. Walker was born in Columbus, Georgia in 1942. In 1990, in a life changing move, he went to Las Vegas, NV. Where, he became a convention security guard and in 1998, he met the woman who would become his wife.
In 2002 at the age of 60, nearing retirement, he turned to writing. He wrote his first book “Murder at Republic” because he had always loved the B-westerns and movie serials and thought that a murder in a movie studio would be a good plot device. He followed up that book with two others “Murder at Columbia and Murder at Universal.” All three books starred private detective Buck Ames a former movie stuntman and are set in the 1940’s.
Vampires had always intrigued him, but they had been portrayed as totally evil or as romance figures. In search of a different kind of vampire, he wrote “Legacy of Adrian Blackthorn, Vampire” a complex character if there ever was one. He has just published “The First Vampire” which is a prequel to “Legacy of Adrian Blackthorn, Vampire.” He then ventured into westerns with “Wolf Johnson Mountainman.” He has a number of short stories in the Amazon short story program. You can buy a story to read online or download it for .49 cents at www.amazon.com or the Wizards of Words online book store.