During a recent trip home, Belle native Brent Wolfingbarger, a former Charleston lawyer and assistant county prosecutor, reminisced about his journey into law and the sizzling political novel he finished in time to coincide with the presidential election year. The book is set in West Virginia.
"You've got to invest in a good editor..."
...a second set of eyes...
...someone who doesn't have their heart tied to it."
At 13, Brent Wolfingbarger's life revolved around sports, particularly baseball. He dreamed of becoming a professional baseball player.
Wade Wolfingbarger, Brent's father and coach in several sports, taught him about patience and perseverance and served as "my role model of what a man should be."
In 1986, Brent Wolfingbarger was a senior at DuPont High.
In 1993, Brent Wolfingbarger received his law degree from Washington and Lee.
In 1995, Brent Wolfingbarger was practicing "blue collar" law on Charleston's West Side.
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