“It’s got guts and heart and humor… a serious consideration of both the light and dark sides of our nature… Bravo and well done!” —T. Jefferson Parker, New York Times bestselling author of California Girl and The Jaguar
Wes explains how he unexpectedly got internationally published at the 26th annual Southern California Writers’ Conference *San Diego.
Journalist Kristina Davis profiles Wes for the San Diego Union-Tribune, providing keen insight on how “Black & White” came to be. Read the Article…
Wes Albers has dedicated his life to serving the San Diego community as a police officer for over 20 years. As the director of the Southern California Writers Conference – an organization that helps aspiring writers develop their craft for publication – he has worked extensively with professional editors, bestselling novelists, and other industry professionals for many years. Though writing has always been a personal passion, “Black & White” will be his first published novel … Continue reading