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William Schiele

I write what my imagination tells me to, reader discretion is advised.  
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David Diegert never wanted to hurt anyone…well, maybe just a little, but the power to kill brings him nothing but trouble as he plunges into a dangerous world of violence, deception, and betrayal, forcing him to become a reluctant but deadly assassin.
Choosing between power and freedom, a reluctant assassin will either become a master of the global economy, or an enemy of the world’s most powerful tyrant. Either way, the heart of a beautiful woman will be broken as blood is spilled.
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Frighteningly gripping, it's almost a relief to stop reading, but I can't.
A little girl with a stuffed rabbit.  The inescapable nightmares, whether awake or asleep.  The words she keeps hearing like a song stuck in her head.  For Emily Hunter, the time to discover the key to her madness has finally come.
Cool concept, awesome anatomy, great read. Check out this draft and let's get this campaign off the ground.
In near-future St. Louis, a brain is connected to the internet of things, watching human drama unfold. Will Dr. Jackal’s experiment go mad before he succeeds? Will a grieving mother uncover the truth about her son’s vanished body? Should she want to?
Compelling and engrossing, Striver is a very cool read. Check out the draft, which will soon be a successful campaign.
“The Great Gatsby,” meets “The Wolf of Wall Street” with a little sprinkle of “The Big Short.”
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