W. C. McClure can be a difficult one to track down, given time, space and other universal shifts that might be afoot, which is most disconcerting when she disappears in plain sight. If cornered on the subject, she claims merely that she’s looking for something.

Indoctrinated in the secret descriptive arts by the legendary gurus of a remote snow-swept world, W is careful to exercise her literary skills only for the sake of good. It is often a razor’s edge.


CHILDREN (age 7+)

YOUNG ADULT (age 10+)

ADULT LEVEL (age 18+)


Issues #35, #36 and #37 of Fine Living Lancaster Magazine.

What’s next?

Well, there is an urban spy / science fiction trilogy in the works that has W pretty fired up. No, you can’t read them yet. Well, perhaps if you whisper the correct code word sequence… stay tuned for news on this.

THE TRAILS OF EXASIA is the sequel to THE STATUES OF AZMINAN. Watch W. C. McClure’s Facebook page or Twitter feed for announcements on the release date.

The Color Series is a set of single short story books categorized by color. The end result is a rainbow of delightfully short reads for your shelf.

Finally, if you love what you’ve read and need a little extra zest in your life between releases, add your email address at www.FarSideofDreams.com to receive a free short story or meandering from time to time.

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2 thoughts on “W. C. McClure

  1. Love Duck Rising! I remember staring at ant hills and all the activity when I was a boy for hours thinking my life would never be like that. Even though there is a strange peace in the collective mind of their business, it was not how I wanted to enjoy my life. Duck Rising reminds me that I have gotten off track and need to revisit air, space, flowers unfolding, and time in slo-mo.



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