Each of the Clayton County Trilogy books is written from a genuine sense of knowing the community; author, Don Wooldridge, born and raised in Davenport, Iowa, and lived in the Mississippi River Valley for over 30 years. Grateful for the privilege of living along the Mississippi river, as a writer Don remembers the people of the small river communities and shares their faith that small town values and lifestyle will be everlasting.
Don’s education spans from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas to Rutgers University in Brunswick, New Jersey. An accomplished writer, he spent 30 years in the technical training and development arena, as a technical writer, instructional designer, and interactive learning systems designer and producer. Wooldridge’s career took him far from his roots… throughout the US and Canada, as well as England, Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands.
Today, Don enjoys putting his voice to print, and using his writing as a vehicle for taking readers back to their own roots. Writing novels inspired by his heritage, Don always welcomes the opportunity to speak about bartering, the Trilogy, or his journey as an author.
Books by Don Wooldridge
Have you ever considered what the response would be if the current economy placed an increasing number of people into positions where bartering was their only way of survival? Is it possible that if the communities of small town America would feel the destruction of the very fiber of their cultural existence if they were suddenly flooded with IRS Agents who came to destroy?
Romance, intricately woven into the tale, helps drive the reader onward. This read is more fully enjoyed and understood by readers having experienced or anticipated living in rural America. Told in a series of vignettes, IRS Agent, Sara Hunter experiences bartering 1980's style, an unexpected romance, and awareness that life is not glaring as shown in IRS rules and regulations.