Black Ice

Black Ice

by Charles Dewandeler

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Overview

In this thrilling novel by Charles Dewandeler, a small midwest town is threatened by a dark force killing its residents. The mysterious deaths of his sister and his best friend, motivates a local teenager (Rob) to stop the devastation by any means necessary... even if it means putting his life on the line!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781987003680
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 11/01/2018
Pages: 116
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

About the Author

Charles Dewandeler wants to entertain you. Born and raised in the suburbs of Metro Detroit, he grew up on a healthy diet of Disney cartoons, Saturday Night Live, Charlie Chaplin, Mel Brooks, and Steven Spielberg movies.

After graduating high school, Charles studied at Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts (the closest thing Detroit had to a film school), receiving a Certificate in TV Production. Charles continued his higher education for another four years, obtaining a Bachelors Degree from Wayne State University majoring in TV and Film.

While attending WSU, Charles worked at his hometown television station - Clinton Township Television (CTTV). There he honed his craft as a director and editor, as he produced talk shows, music performances, news segments, and other programs.

In 2008, Charles moved to Los Angeles, CA starting from square one, not knowing anyone in the entertainment industry. Within a few short months he landed one of his most enjoyable gigs, editing on the hit standup comedy show “Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment” for the Starz network.

Meanwhile, Charles continued writing screenplays and in 2017 he adapted one of those screenplays into a novel. The supernatural/thriller “Black Ice” was originally fueled by Charles' fear of driving and the belief he may have been killed in a car accident in a previous lifetime. Charles wrote “Black Ice” to educate drivers about the dangers of driving in cold weather. He hoped “Black Ice” would make readers fear driving the way “Jaws” (1975) made people afraid of the ocean and “Psycho” (1960) made women afraid of taking a shower.

His newest book "Upon A Time" is a romantic comedy based on his screenplay of the same name.

Charles continues to write, direct, and edit. He has directed over 100 YouTube videos and short films, written 12 screenplays, 3 books, 2 comic books, and edited several TV shows. His most recent credits include season 2 of “The Kindness Diaries” for Netflix and an episode of “The Wall” for NBC.

He is especially fond of his newest comic book project “Ghost Wranglers” about a team of southern ghost hunters who travel the world in search of evil ghosts.

For more updates on Charles Dewandeler's work, please visit his website:
www.CharlesDewandeler.com

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