Walnut Street Publishing is excited to announce our newest author: RW Hague.

Rachel W Hague is a registered nurse with over eight years of experience within the medical field. Using her medical expertise, she writes stories that are gritty and compelling.

Hague obtained her Associate’s Degree in Nursing Science at Chattanooga State Technical Community College and later obtained her Bachelor’s at East Tennessee State University. She has experience in med-surg, urology, nephrology, home healthcare, neuro-intensive care, and education. Currently, Hague teaches nursing students at a local university and lives on a mini-farm with her husband, toddler son, clever dog, loveable cat, and growing number of chickens and ducks.

On top of being an wildly talented author, Rachel frequently writes a book review blog– including a review featuring fellow WSP author Aaron Quinn.

To properly introduce Hague’s exciting title, WSP and RW Hague are offering her e-book for only $.99!

As a daughter of an FBI agent, Katie knows the basics of child abduction prevention: don’t talk to strangers, don’t get into a car with anyone you don’t know, and don’t piss off Midas. But Dad broke the last rule, and now Katie is left to pay for it. 

Just days after her fifteenth birthday, Katie is taken by Midas, the most elusive and efficient kidnapper the FBI has ever seen. None of Midas’s victims have ever been found dead or alive, and it does not take long for Katie to find out why. Midas dumps Katie into a compound filled with his other ‘trophies,’ children he has kidnapped, ransomed, and abandoned to the elements. The thin green armband around Katie’s wrist separates her from the other kids, marking her as valuable, but once Midas is through extorting Katie’s father, she will become as expendable as the others. Katie now has to choose whether to merely survive or risk her life trying to escape


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Aaron Quinn

Aaron Quinn

Aaron is a Chattanooga based writer. Writing bios is not his favorite, nor specialty, but here we are together. He hasn’t been unemployed for several years, and stopped dropping out of college after the second try. Whether it’s dancing to The 1975 when no one is looking or engaging with pen and paper, Aaron is inspired by the mad, rad off-kilter moments of life. His works - whether fiction or poetry - are all about creating a snapshot that lingers and haunts. Inspired by Flannery O’Conner, Wiley Cash, and Harry Crews; Aaron’s mind constantly wades in the dark hope of the south. Massive contradictions and bigger questions drive his narratives while he asks his reader one question: “Will you stay with me until the end?”