Author ----------------Brian E. Voncannon
Promotional Site --- http://www.chronicfatigue-book.com
S.W.A.T Officer Fights a Losing Battle
CONCORD, NC – Brian Voncannon's career as a Deputy Sheriff/SWAT officer recently came to a screeching halt after he was diagnosed with what many call a mysterious illness. Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS) continually baffles the medical community. This prompted Brian to write a new book that is dedicated to others that suffer from this condition, as well as the medical professionals that are treating them. The author hopes to shed some light on a very complex and disabling disease by sharing his experiences. The book is titled Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Living with the Unknown ISBN 0-595-24182-4 Writer's Club Press, an imprint of iUniverse, Inc The publisher can be reached at email@example.com.
The author has been involved in law enforcement since 1989. He is also
an honorably discharged veteran of the Armed Forces. His book, Living Behind
the Shield, gained him an appearance on a North Carolina television show
as well a news article in a national police magazine. Having great pride
in his heritage, he has written other books which surround his mixed Cherokee/Saponi
Native American ancestry. He and his mother are enrolled members
of the Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama, one of seven recognized tribes
in that state. The author has also written three feature length screenplays,
and six short screenplays.
Brian E. Voncannon
Occupation: Honorably Retired Deputy Sheriff/SWAT Team member/Author/screenwriter
Religious Affl.: Southern Baptist
Hobbies: Physical fitness activities, martial arts, Native American craft work, genealogy
Other: Enrolled member of the Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama(State Recognized)
Books in Print 4 (counting current title)
Publication History (Books):
Self published Completing the Circle: The Hathcock Indian Blood ISBN 0-9672423-0-4 first edition, ISBN 0-9672423-1-2 revised edition.
Current title is published by Writer's Club Press/iUniverse.com. The book is a 6x9 trade paper back with four color laminated cover.
The Tears Still Remain A Cherokee poem by B. Voncannon published in a book titled Blessings of Time ISBN 1-58235-141-4 An anthology of poetry published by the International Library of Poetry Owings Mills MD 21117.
The Rocky River Monster by B. Voncannon. A short story published in Lunch in a Lard Buckett and other Cabarrus County Tales Hometown Memories Publishing PO Box 189 Conover, NC 28613
Cherokee Blue Eyes: Keeping the Heritage Alive by B. Voncannon. A book dedicated to keeping your Native heritage alive. Published by Writer's Club Press, an imprint of iUniverse.com.
Living Behind the Shield: A Modern Warrior's Path to Bravehood by B. Voncannon An inside look at the law enforcement officer from a Christian's view. This book is published by Writer's Club Press, an imprint of iUniverse.com.
Shadows: Diary of a Ninja by B. Voncannon The martial arts action book that inspired the screenplay, The Keepers. Published by Writer's Club Press, an imprint of iUniverse.com. ISBN 0-595-17233-4 February 2001
Publication History (Screenplays):
Based on the novel Shadows: Diary of a Ninja by B. Voncannon
An inquisitive high school student, Joe Hopper, befriends a mysterious oriental gentleman that moves in next door. Captivated
by this secretive man, he discovers that he is a ninja master and will soon be on his way to becoming one himself. A journey
into the ancient art of silent death, undying love, and a fierce battle with evil awaits him.
A retired atmospheric researcher discovers that Earth has shifted orbit, bringing it dangerously close to the Sun, and is enlisted
by former skeptical colleagues in seeking a solution.
"The Stone of Thunder"
A young man fulfills an ancient prophesy when he accidentally discovers a powerful American Indian artifact, and must return it
to a burial site after strange events begin to unfold in his life.
A young man holds several convenient store customers hostage, and a police sniper is ordered to take him out.
A young man's employment physical nearly goes awry as the befuddled country doctor thinks he has come in for a vasectomy.
A middle-aged bar hopper bets his buddy that he can get the first woman that walks into the bar.
Two absent-minded bank robbers hire a taxi as their get away car after theirs gets stolen during the heist.
A young Cherokee boy learns a valuable lesson from his grandfather.
A SWAT team leader's final day on the job.
The author may be contacted about any of the above screenplays at firstname.lastname@example.org
To contact the publisher of my current title:
620 North 48th Street Suite 201
Lincoln, NE 68504-3467