"The author does not create the story...The story creates the author!" ~Nathan Scot Wells
Nathan Wells is a native of East Tennessee. He has lived his entire life in Lenoir City. He spent his life bettering his community in various organizations he has been involved in. His most personal work included animal welfare and fighting against youth obesity in Tennessee. He is a passionate worker in educating youth about the dangers of obesity, anorexia, drugs, alcohol state wide.
His entire school career he was actively involved in many youth development organizations including Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA), Future Farmers of America (FFA), Rescue the Animals Organization (RATO), and 4-H.
Wells now works at a local medical practice while he is working towards his double major in pre-medicine and psychology. He later plans to attend Medical School.
Nathan now tells his story to all willing to listen. His personal belief is that his greatest accomplishment was surviving his 189 day headache.
Am I The Enemy
On October 15, 2011, Wells, released his first book. A 306 page non-fiction story, detailing his struggle for an answer to understanding a vicious illness that included multiple symptoms and a severe single headache that lasted a continuous 189 days. The sales remained steady for Am I the Enemy for nearly a year until the book went on iTunes where sales soared overnight. More information can be found on Goodreads.com. The eBook version can be purchased on iTunes (iBooks), B&N (Nook), and Amazon (Kindle) to date. Print copies may be purchased by following the bottom link.
Memoirs of the Stars
(To be released: December 20th, 2013)
Young Jason Richards is a graduating high school student from Kansas with plans to attend college majoring in Pre-law in Oklahoma with his fiancé Michelle. However, his plans are turned around when Michelle discovers she is expecting. After making arrangements to continue school together even with a child on the way; things turn unbelievably hectic when Jason is left to be a single parent. Working to continue his education to provide a better life for his son, Jason, finds help and comfort from his family and friends.