Tourette Syndrome inspired the title character in the latest installment of the award-winning Clown William book series
New story, old soul . . . Clown William rides again in the Wild West
By: IngramElliott Publishing
"Sometimes our greatest strengths can come from what we view as our greatest weakness," says author Robin Elno. Elno says this idea was a huge inspiration for him when he was writing the Clown William series, which is about a young man, William, who suffers from a physical ailment we now know as Tourette Syndrome. After being kicked out of the house by his father in the first book of the series, a self-defense situation teaches him that he has astounding accuracy with a six-gun.
There's something inherently classic about a story set in the Wild West. But the unique twist William brings as an unlikely hero is what sets the series apart.
The first book, Clown William, was the Silver Winner of the 2018 Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPYs) and Finalist in the 2019 Next Generation Indie Book Awards and the 13th Annual National Indie Excellence Awards. Robin's follow up, Clown William and the Lincoln County War was the winner of the 13th Annual National Indie Excellence Awards for Western Fiction, and both books won the Bronze Medal in the 2019 IPPYs for Best Fiction Series.
William's latest ride – Clown William and the Wind of Vengeance – will be released December 1, 2019 and continues our hero's journey from clown to friend to hero.
Available December 1, 2019: Amazon, Barnes & Noble (presales), Ingram Content Group (wholesale).
A gunfighter with Tourette's and a quick draw . . . Book three finds William on the run. William blames Jesse Evans for starting this violent life and wants to pay him back, but first he must stop the bounty hunters on his trail and defeat his own internal tornado—before becoming a victim.
Awards for the Clown William Series
About the Author
Robin Elno is a retired army colonel, semiretired psychiatrist, and full-time author. He lives in San Antonio, Texas, and is an active member of the San Antonio Writers' Guild. Inspired by famed neurologist Oliver Sacks and his work with neurological conditions like Tourette Syndrome, the author has created a unique and compelling character set against the backdrop of true, historical events. Follow the author at Amazon and Goodreads.
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