W. G. TUTTLE, i.e., Walter George Tuttle, Jr., is an American writer of riveting science fiction, thriller, and suspense novels and short stories that often crossover into the paranormal, supernatural, and horror. Walt began writing full-time in 2014 and published his first novel, War For The Spheres, in 2019. Since then, he has published numerous books and short stories, including October Midnight, Those Who Long, and a short story compilation, Try To Sleep.
Evolving as a writer, Walt is applying his talent to produce screenplays, intelligent non-fiction about stocks, investing, trading, and other topics, along with other creative works.
Born: January 27, 1972, Binghamton, New York
Full name: Walter George Tuttle, Jr.
Spouse: Shawn M. Tuttle (m.1997)
Children: 1 son & 1 daughter
Alma mater: The Pennsylvania State University
Influenced by: Frank Herbert, H. G. Wells, Ramsey Campbell (Carl Dreadstone), Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, Stanislaw Lem, William Peter Blatty, Ira Levin, Robert Bloch, Ian Fleming, Alistair MacLean
Active duty 1990-1994
Desert Shield and Desert Storm phases of the Gulf War (1990-1991)
Earned numerous unit and individual awards, including meritorious promotions-Special Recognition Board
Honorable Discharge 1994
1990, Boiling Springs, PA
Lettered: football, basketball, and track & field
Born January 27, 1972, Lourdes Hospital, Binghamton, New York