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Phil Whitley was born on January 1rst, 1943 in the rural community of Pine Mountain Valley, Georgia, and now resides in Riverdale, Georgia with his wife and daughter. Recently retired after thirty years as a healthcare professional, he now spends his time researching and writing about the Native Americans who lived in his native southeast. He has one published novel, Keechie, and the sequel/prequel, GrannyBoo ~ The Legacy of the Puma Man, currently under a publishing contract.

His current project is being co-written with author E. Don Harpe called Sundown Two.. It is a thriller/adventure staged around a 2012-type cataclysm that reverts humankind back to stone-age survivalism.

Phil also writes short stories in the southern humor genre’, one of which appeared in the Wizards of Words 2008 Anthology called GoodOl’ Boys ~ Catfishin’. The Wild Game Dinner is a continuationof their misadventures.

Samples of his writingcan be viewed at his website, www.philwhitley.com and on his AuthorsDen page at www.authorsden.com/philwhitley

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Reply Shelagh Watkins
7:10 PM on September 12, 2009 
Hi Brew,

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Christi spent her U.S. years in Michigan, California and Florida with stops in Idaho and Washington, D.C. Today she contributes feature articles to the Bonita Springs Southwest Spotlight, and is available for freelance writing, editing and grant proposals between novels. Favorite local haunts are Bonita Beach, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, Koreshan State Park, and all outdoor places to kayak and ride her bicycle.