Joined 5 years ago from Portland, OR
Clay Waters is an author and columnist living in Oregon. He has contributed to local periodicals and magazines such as The Source Weekly and Shred NW Magazine. Clay is now trying his awesome story telling skills on the market and plans the release of his first novel soon. In the meantime, he will be publishing his many popular flash fiction and short stories, filled with non-stop thriller style action, relatable characters and plot twists and turns that make it all but impossible to set the story down. Clay grabs the reader and drags them into the story, making them share in the characters plight and hardships all while having to adapt to the situation. Stories that start out running and achieve full sprint with intense action and nail biting suspense. Clay is truly a future player in the suspense world that will more than likely see several bestseller lists in his career.
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