OTP author John Wills is packing for Vegas and the policewriter conference.John M. Wills is an award-winning author and freelance writer. Writing in a variety of genres, including fiction, non-fiction, technical, short stories, and poetry, he credits this multi-discipline approach for improving his novels. John also writes book reviews for the New York Journal of Books, and is a member of the National Book Critics Circle. A former Chicago police officer and retired FBI agent, he has published more than 150 articles relating to police officer safety and training. His monthly articles are on Officer.com. His latest novels, The Year Without Christmas and Healer, as well as his other books, are available on Amazon. Contact John at: http://www.johnmwills.com/, or his blog, http://jwillsbooks.com/blog-2/.
OTP is delighted to have THREE titles with John, and of course we are hoping that number FOUR is in the works!
The Year Without Christmas tells the story of a small town family whose peace is shattered by a tragic accident that sends them plunging into the darkest times they have ever known. The members struggle with their new reality, as one of them goes missing and another faces a life-threatening disease. A tale about loss and unwavering hope, The Year Without Christmas demonstrates the power of love, faith and a family’s will to survive.
The Year Without Christmas is available as a paper book and a Kindle. Available at Amazon.com BN.com and on our website at http://oaktreebooks.com/Bookstore/TheYearWithoutChristmas.html
Dancer is the story of a young woman’s journey into the dark world of the adult entertainment business. She quickly learns things are not always what they seem, and soon wishes she had never heard of the club known as “After Hours.”
Dancer is available as a paper book and a Kindle. Shop for it at Amazon.com or on our website at http://oaktreebooks.com/Bookstore/DancerANovella.html
Sixteen-year-old Billy Anderson’s short life has been full of daunting challenges. A birth defect and the death of his parents force him to live with his Aunt Staci. That situation becomes untenable for Billy and he chooses to live on the street. One day things change dramatically when Billy receives the “Gift of Healing.” Not only does Billy’s own life take a dramatic turn, but his new gift also affects those around him. Is this gift a blessing or a curse?
Healer is available as a paper book and in Kindle format. Shop for it on Amazon.com and BN.com or on our website at
I'm looking forward to seeing John again...
Billie Johnson, Publisher
Billie Johnson, Publisher