William Baker-author

Another Indiana Writer

About

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List of publications by William (Donald) Baker:

He is currently hard at work submitting his first novel, Bob, P.I. , finishing his stage play, The Fasbinder Revelation, and writing short stories.   He is also an amateur photographer, an actor in community theater with the Garfield Shakespeare Company, and has a large family.  Somewhere in there he works at a local hospital.  He resides in Central Indiana with his family.

He maintains an author website at http://www.sylbun.com.

He can be contacted at:  williambakerauthor@gmx.com

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey there, Donald – it’s so lovely to meet you! I read your latest short story and I quite like your style. I can’t wait to read the book you’re working on compiling! 🙂

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