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Former KFDX Weathercaster turned Novelist Signs Book in WF

A former KFDX weather caster turned novelist was in Wichita Falls this afternoon signing copies of his new book.
A former KFDX weathercaster turned novelist was in Wichita Falls this afternoon signing copies of his new book.

Daniel Lance Wright's book signing at Hastings also turned into a KFDX employee reunion.

Former employees, along with current chief meteorologist, Skip McBride, stopped by to congratulate him on the release of his 9th novel One Day in Lubbock.

Wright was on air at KFDX from 1973 to 1983 when he moved to the sales department.

He left the station in 1991 and says a nightmare seven years later led to his writing career.

"I sat down and started typing everything I could remember about the dream to give it some clarity.  I won't bore you with the rest of the details but 120,000 words later I had a novel," Wright explains.

Wright says he finished the draft for One Day in Lubbock in 2012.

It's now on sale at Hastings.
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