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W. G. Tuttle
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Binghamton, New York
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|Style||Science Fiction | Horror | Supernatural | Fantasy | Thriller & Suspense | Action & Adventure | Mystery|
Walter George Tuttle, Jr., i.e., W. G. TUTTLE, (born January 27, 1972) is an American author of horror and science fiction novels, short stories, and screenplays.
Walter George Tuttle, Jr. was born January 27, 1972 at Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton, New York to father, Walter George Tuttle, Sr., and mother, Beverly Ann Tuttle (Acly), both from Port Crane, New York.
Tuttle earned his high school diploma in 1990 from Boiling Springs High School in Boiling Springs, PA where he lettered in football, basketball, and track.
The United States Marine Corps
From 1990 through 1994, Tuttle served on active duty in the United States Marine Corps, during Desert Shield and Desert Storm phases of the Gulf War between August of 1990 through February 1991. In 1994, he was Honorably Discharged.
Over the years since, he has belonged to numerous veteran organizations and still maintains memberships at some.
Tuttle earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the Pennsylvania State University in 1998 and continued his education by earning a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in 2005, also from the Pennsylvania State University.
Other education includes many classes and training at some of the world's top universities in Finance, Professional Development, Executive Education, and Seminary.
Spanning twenty years, Tuttle worked in numerous industries, such as banking, corporate trust, brokerage, state agency, health care, and water and wastewater utility. In 2014, he was let go amidst a corporate restructuring.
Instead of pursuing finance work and working for someone else, Tuttle started writing full-time that Fall of 2014. After writing five novels and few short stories, he decided it was time to publish. January 2019, approaching his 47th birthday, War For The Spheres was released in paperback and e-book.
Isaac Asimov, William Peter Blatty, John Ramsey Campbell (Carl Dreadstone), Arthur C. Clarke, Ian Fleming, Robert Heinlein, Frank Herbert, Stephen King, Stanisław Lem, Philip MacDonald (W. J. Stuart), John Russo, Carl Sagan, H. G. Wells
The following is a complete listing of written works published by W. G. TUTTLE, American author of science fiction and horror novels, short stories, and screenplays.
|2020||Try To Sleep||Horror||225||Paperback||978-1-949637-23-6||Blurred Ink, LLC||Short Story Compilation|
|2020||Try To Sleep||Horror||eBook||978-1-949637-22-9||Blurred Ink, LLC||Short Story Compilation|
|2020||Those Who Long||Horror||165||Paperback||978-1-949637-17-5||Blurred Ink, LLC|
|2020||Those Who Long||Horror||eBook||978-1-949637-16-8||Blurred Ink, LLC|
|2019||October Midnight||Horror||229||Paperback||978-1-949637-12-0||Blurred Ink, LLC|
|2019||October Midnight||Horror||eBook||978-1-949637-13-7||Blurred Ink, LLC|
|2019||War For The Spheres||Science Fiction||357||Paperback||978-1-949637-00-7||Blurred Ink, LLC|
|2019||War For The Spheres||Science Fiction||eBook||978-1-949637-01-4||Blurred Ink, LLC|
|2020||Survive||Horror||40||eBook||978-1-949637-21-2||Blurred Ink, LLC|
|2020||CUT-UP||Horror||47||eBook||978-1-949637-20-5||Blurred Ink, LLC|
|2019||A Fatal Thing||Science Fiction / Horror||16||eBook||978-1-949637-06-9||Blurred Ink, LLC|
|2019||Vacation's End||Science Fiction||39||eBook||978-1-949637-07-6||Blurred Ink, LLC|
|2019||Standard Issue Spirits||Science Fiction / Horror||54||eBook||978-1-949637-08-3||Blurred Ink, LLC|
|2019||Where Did THEY Come From?||Horror||39||eBook||978-1-949637-09-0||Blurred Ink, LLC|
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