Former SF student publishes trilogy of novels

Santa Fe College alumnus, John Waters Jr. has published his 448,000 word trilogy, BOOMERS 65 Stars and Secrets, BOOMERS 66 Paradise and BOOMERS 67 Buddha’s Soldier.

Waters is a retired professional journalist and native southerner. He worked at The Gainesville Sun while attending Santa Fe College and the University of Florida. Married with three children, he attended daytime classes and worked nights for six years  to earn a Bachelor of Science in News Editing, specializing in photo journalism. His experience also includes managing editor at Florida Wildlife magazine and a brief stint as advertising photographer at the Independent Florida Alligator.

The BOOMER Trilogy is a factual saga of a thousand days in the real character’s lives of a southern, rural town in the mid-1960s. The characters face life and death, hate and romance, poverty and wealth, war and politics, religion and more in these “historical literary works that contain a number of true accounts as well as true-to-life fiction,” said Waters.

The trilogy can be found at many libraries for free electronic checkout, or for purchase at kindlebooks.com and other major eBook retailers.