Bill Plank

Universal Lighthouse                                                                          Amazon Print

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If you’re familiar with Bill Plank’s first book, Maiden-head Mask, then you’ll enjoy chewing on his second. Aiden McGregor makes a comeback as a quarter-master along with Captain Hawks in The Universal Lighthouse. Hawks has a daughter, Grace, and all together they ward off marauders, not on land or by sea, but in space in a literal space-ship. Yes, a steam-punk fantasy space adventure. Full-color interior illustrations from Bill’s own artwork/paintings.

Land of Nutshell                                                                                     Amazon Print

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Bill Plank’s Land of Nutshell is a full-color illustrated whimsy book in a world of elves that graces this beautiful journal, a paper back journal full of Nutshell life. Conveniently sized small-format journal diary provides lightly-lined pages for your personal reflection, sketching, or jotting down favorite quotes or poems. 160 lightly-lined writing pages Acid-free archival paper takes pen or pencil beautifully 5.5” wide x 8.5” high; fits in most purses, backpacks, and totes


Maiden-Head Mask                                                           Amazon Print

Aiden MacGregor strained with every movement to keep his grip on the ocean and his life—The Maiden-head Mask is a tale of adventure as a Valkyrie, a gypsy, a ships Captain and its crew do all they can to keep Mac swimming in adventure.

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Bill Plank earned his Associates Degree in Visual Arts from Mercer County Community College, and attained his Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education from Trenton State College. After teaching for twenty-five years, he retired to form his own art business, Plank Art Designs, selling a variety of merchandise such as prints and note cards using his original designs. Bill continues to produce award- winning art in Mercer County today. He is now honing his skills in writing fantasy fiction

From US1 Magazine,