Weston Ochse's Writings
YOU ARE WHO YOU READ By Weston Ochse © 2007 I saw an article about Gary Paulsen in a trade magazine the other day and clipped it out. For years I’d been trying to think of the title of this book I’d read when I was young and there it was in the article. Hatchet. Or so I thought. You see, when I lived in New Jersey as an eight year old kid, I’d read this...
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST by Weston Ochse © 2007 Can too much success too soon hurt your career? What happens when a publisher comes knocking and you don’t have anything to offer? I never thought success would be a problem, then again, I never thought I’d succeed so fast and to such a degree. Let’s go back to 2000 and the World Horror Convention and let...
Weston's first story was published when he was seven. The backlash of this first literary effort caused the elementary school to recall their newspaper at the behest of irate parents. One day he hopes to achieve this sort of acclaim again. Since then, he's...
Weston’s Favorite Books
My favorite books include: The Crossing by Cormac Macarthy,Summer of Night by Dan Simmons,Boy's Life by Robert McCammon, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and...