Brian Weimer Profile
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It’s my belief that the older we get, the more understanding we hopefully gain into love, faith, friendship and personal identity. Of course, none of this can be learned without experiencing failure, doubt, pain, loss, fear and other struggles as we progress through this unpredictable journey called life.

Along the way, most of us at some point or another, ask the most important questions that could ever be asked. Who are we? Where did we come from? What’s our purpose and destiny?  Although my books may be a hybrid of different genres, my goal is to explore all of the various themes mentioned above in different ways, hoping you’ll immerse your imagination into the worlds described.

It’s also my hope that if you read any of my stories, you come away not merely being entertained, but also encouraged, inspired and changed in some way. I hope that by the time you finish the final page, you’ll be different than you were when you began the first. In the meantime, stay awhile, browse around and feel free to drop me a message of goodwill. I love to engage readers in conversation. Regardless of these uncertain times we’re living in, there is a light that shines. A light that will overcome the darkness. So Say We All!

Terry Bruno (Amazon review of Advent)

“The plot, filled with twists and turns, keeps readers on the edge of their seats, providing an equal mix of heart-pounding excitement and spine-chilling terror.  Weimer masterfully builds suspense throughout, leaving readers captivated until the very last page.”

Amazon review (The Verticon File)

“Author Brian Weimer knows how to tell an exciting story…”

Amazon Review (Echoes From The Innerworld)

“The authors storytelling style reminds me of Ray Bradbury in some ways and Stephen King in others…”

R. Kyle Hannah (Author of the Time Assassins series)

“Brian weaves realistic characters …. into a spellbinding, riveting and exciting story line.”

David J. (

“Watch out, Dan Brown!”

Barnes And Noble Review

“Weimer is great at interweaving various plots together…”

Jennifer Lenhart (

“His (Brian’s) style is reminiscent of Ted Dekker … but with a style uniquely his own.”