WALLA WALLA — Carl Dwaine Watson Walk of College Place will sign copies of his new book, “Crossroad of Lost Souls,” at Book & Game Co., 38 E. Main St., from 1-5 p.m. Saturday.
He writes as Dwaine Watson, using his middle names to honor his maternal grandfather. His 129-page tristory that spans time and space has been eight years in the making, according to a release. It’s described as rich in dialogue, emotion and action.
“The past, present and future collide in this sci-fi epic. Five American teenagers and a Speed Demon from another world battle an evil like no other,” he said.
Becky Hatley, manager of Book & Game said she’ll add Watson’s book to works by such area writers as Patrick Carman, Shanna Hatfield, Nancy Attebury, Glenn Greenwalt and Juliane Raine.
The young author hung out at Book and Game with friends as teens.
“I’ve been dreaming about having my own book on sale there in the local authors section for a long time. The dream now comes true,” he said.
The son of Crystal and Dave Walk he has lived in Walla Walla for 10 years.