Eugene Lawrance Webb is the father of three children and has four delightful grandchildren. He worked his way through college, supporting himself while earning two degrees. Although he has always enjoyed storytelling, Mr. Webb is afflicted with a form of dyslexia which affects his vision and speech, making the act of writing stories – not to mention completing school – a challenging endeavor. Born in Washington, D.C., Mr. Webb grew up in the nation’s capital in the 1960s, witnessing a number of events of historical significance. After high school, he joined the US Army serving the country as did his family before him. Strengthened by the trials of raising a family as a single father, Mr. Webb draws on his life as inspiration for his books. Arlen the Elf is his second book following his fictional allegory, Journey to the Highland.
Member since 2011
Region: Texas: North Central/Northeast
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