A NOVEL BY WILLIAM HAMMES
Gone Horribly Wrong
OTHER WILLIAM HAMMES BOOKS
WORKS IN PROGRESS
As an infant Robert Hanson’s parents are killed, thus he’s raised poorly causing him to grow up extremely insecure. In high school, then college, he uses the pen name of RC Baine to write a book of dark fantasies that gets posted on the internet without his knowledge. It instantly goes viral...
Book two picks up with Kim sleeping off her physical trauma, while Robert’s mind is forced to deal with the twisting effects of the injection. All of which causes him to forget one very important fact about his friend Kim.
Alexis wanting to keep the contract she has with Kim...
In Book 3, Alexis Hollingsworth, the notorious billionaire publishing mogul is now the object of a Senate Hearing investigating Soft Tech, a subsidiary of her Falcon Press conglomerate which is contracted to develop software for the Defense Department. Besides being subjected to the...
Wow, William Hammes has quite the gift of storytelling, from Johnny Carson to gang bangers. My favorite was the hospital scene with the sick kids. Amazing!
very well written and I could vividly imagine every scenario. This book compelled me to come back every night
because I just wanted to know what was going to happen next. It will make you
laugh and cry weaves its story into your heart.
I love William’s storytelling, the humor, and the gotcha moments! This easily could be a script for a movie! I am thrilled beginning to end. Bring it on!
William Hammes currently lives in Thousand Oaks, CA with his wife, Laila and their daughter, Emma. Before writing, Bill attended San Bernardino Valley College where his passion for extreme exotic architecture was nurtured. One of his instructors told him, “Bill, you’re never going to be an architect until you learn to build what you are designing.” He took that to heart, and one of his first construction projects was working on the Bob Hope Residence in Palm Springs, designed by the famed architect, John Lautner. After a short stay in John Lautner’s office, he continued in the construction field working on three more homes for Lautner, including John’s most famous and wildest, the Allen Levy residence in Malibu. One of Bill’s favorite projects was the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, in Pan Pacific Park, a twisting underground concrete structure designed by Hagy Belzberg. All of Bill’s projects were contemporary except for one, the French Ranch for Joel Shukovsky and Diane English. It was Diane (of Murphy Brown fame) that read one of Bill's Christmas letters and suggested he write a novel. Since then Bill has written three novels in the Last Minute Redemption series, two children’s books, several allegories, and a screen play, along with the novel An Apology Gone Horribly Wrong being the first to be published.
Bill is also very involved in his local church, which feeds Bill’s second writing passion, contemporary Christian allegories. Bill and Laila’s home away from home, is any campground along their way, which is Bill’s favorite place to write.