From an early age Walter Spence channeled his fascination with life, the universe and everything into an obsession with the literary and dramatic arts. After years of splitting his attention between writing and acting, he realized a choice had to be made.
After collaborating with fantasy author and Compton Crook Award winner Holly Lisle on The Devil & Dan Cooley (book two of the Devil’s Point trilogy) he began working on various projects, including a novel called The Caballa, which he describes as “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, as written by Stephen King.” During this time he was “sideswiped” by the idea for a multi-volume tale of humans and vampires joining in common cause against a mutual enemy, a series he titled The Breed Wars. House of Shadows begins this tale, which will be continued in book two, The Secret Room.
If you’d like to drop by and say hello, his newsgroup can be found at http://webnews.sff.net under: sff.people.walter-spence
His blog can be located at: http://sloggingtowardsbethlehem.blogspot.com/.