W R Vaughn is an experienced writer, novelist, graphics artist and photographer. He's written over twenty books and hundreds of published articles over the last forty years. His imagination created The Seldith Chronicles--a series of young-adult fantasy books about a clan of forest elves that worship The Truth. So far there are three books in the series with more to come. 

His newest book, 'The Timkers' is targeted to more mature 'new adult' audiences, it tells the story of Sam, a young man down on his luck. He gets on a bus and ends up in 1930 where he witnesses a brutal murder--but the killer has seen him and he has to flee back to his own time. Looking for a place to hide, he stumbles on a brothel where he meets Ruth, a teenager forced into the business by dire circumstances. They fall in love and Sam's life get even more complicated.

He has also begun a series 'Mr. Morgan' which follow a young helicopter pilot drafted into duty during the Vietnam war.

Mr. Vaughn donates some of his time helping fellow authors get their books published electronically and on paper. He's created his own covers and book layouts and leverage them in the programs, techniques and wizards use to get books pushed up to the Kindle and CreateSpace platforms.
  • Redmond, Washington
  • JoinedJune 23, 2014


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Stories by W R Vaughn
The Big Red Book by WRVaughn
The Big Red Book Short Story
It was a dark and stormy night when Miguel and his wife Esmeralda were awakened by a baby crying. When they opened their door and their hearts to a young family whose ship had crashed on their shore they discovered...
The Bike Messenger by WRVaughn
The Bike Messenger Short Story
Written for a contest, this 500-word story tells the exciting tale of a young bike messenger sprinting to meet his final deadline as he climbs Capitol Hill in Seattle traffic.
Mister Morgan by WRVaughn
Mister Morgan Adventure
This is a series of 'war stories' about a young Warrant Officer who (albeit reluctantly) served in Vietnam as a UH-1 helicopter pilot. After serving for seven months in combat missions, he's transferred to Thailand...