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Story of Will Duncan

Will Duncan is the author of Specks of Dust. He began writing in 2011, taking creative writing classes throughout his young adulthood, including at his alma mater, UNC Chapel Hill. In 2017, he spent two months working with a nonprofit Christian orphanage in Uganda. He has worked previously in writing and editing for the Courtauld Institute in London, UK, and for Life With Dignity in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He is currently based in Charlotte, NC.

(Picture of author on the right drawn by an unknown artist from Kisenyi in 2017)

 

Coming Soon: Specks of Dust

Release Date: January, 2022

Umaru Moses is an 18-year Ugandan orphan with a dream of living in America. After a religiously zealous orphanage takes him up, he finally gets his opportunity. But once he lands in Chicago, his faith and his dream becomes tested as he faces challenges of adapting to modern American culture while also living in fear of deportation.

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–Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

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