About Page Williams

In their enduring marriage of over forty-seven years, Page Williams and his wife Cindy have been blessed with two sons, Joshua and Daniel, as well as two granddaughters, Nora Jane and Helen Ann.

Why I Wrote the Lost Wizard of Oz?

Several years ago, my family moved to Kansas. On a whim, Cindy encouraged me to read L. Frank Baum’s first Fiction, Fantasy Oz book, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” because the story begins in Kansas.

Near the end of the book, Baum describes the iconic scene where the Wizard flies off in his balloon, leaving Dorothy and Toto behind. Then the narrator says, “And that was the last any of them ever saw of Oz, the Wonderful Wizard, though he may have reached Omaha safely, and be there now, for all we know.

That intrigued me. Whatever happened to the Wizard of Oz? For Fans of the Wizard of Oz Books, I wrote “The Lost Wizard of Oz” to answer that question. My wife was so pleased with my choice of hobbies that she bought me a Nissan 370Z because it has the symbol for Oz on the side: A circle with a “Z” in the center.

I LOVE MY WIFE!!!

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The not so “Great and Powerful” Wizard of Oz has just left the Emerald City, leaving poor Dorothy behind. On his way back to Kansas, the balloon fails, and he crashes into the poisonous desert surrounding the Land of Oz.

After he’s gone, Glinda discovers the conniving little conman has stolen the most powerful talisman in the Land. To recover the talisman, she engages the services of a dangerous bounty hunter to find the Wizard. The pair stumble upon an underground outpost beneath the desert where a dark queen’s army is poised to attack Oz.

Can Glinda and her bounty hunter find the Wizard, recover the talisman, and stop the dark army before it reaches and Attack Oz?

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Hot Air Escapades: The Wizard’s Foolish Balloon Ride

Most people know that the Wizard intended to fly Dorothy

The Poisonous Desert: What is it and why is it there?

In L. Frank Baum’s original book, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,”

The Wizard’s true nature: A conniving little Conman

In L. Frank Baum’s original book, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,”

Glinda’s new adventure: Seeking the Wizard beneath the Poisonous Desert around Oz.

The Wizard of Oz books by L. Frank Baum have a lot to teach us about life.

The Lost Wizard of Oz: A Nostalgic Sequel to the “Wizard of Oz” series

No work of American fiction has connected to our imaginations more than L.

Mombi: The Second-Tier Witch of the North.

Mombi is a second-tier wicked witch with ambitions to rule all the Land of Oz.

Will Glinda finally fall in love?

Everybody needs somebody. Consider Glinda,

What Role do Gnomes Play in the Lost Wizard of Oz?

In L. Frank Baum’s original Oz books,

The Wonderful Worlds of L. Frank Baum

L. Frank Baum wrote a total of fourteen Oz books

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