William C. Webster has written five books. His works of fiction celebrate the Jeffersonian ideal - blending history, economics, human relationships, and romance. 

Webster's career as a writer began upon his retirement from a thirty year tenure as a high school teacher of history, government, and economics. 

A graduate of Susquehanna University, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in history and government, as well as East Stroudsburg University, where he received his Master of Arts degree in history,

Webster lives in Pennsylvania and runs a landscape business. He grew up on a family farm in upstate New York, where he still spends much of his time. He and his wife of 54 years have three grown children and six grandchildren.