William Kevin Stoos is a writer, book reviewer, and attorney, whose feature and cover articles have appeared in the Liguorian, Carmelite Digest, Catholic Digest, Catholic Medical Association Ethics Journal Linacres Quarterly, Nature Conservancy Magazine, Liberty Magazine, Social Justice Review, Wall Street Journal Online, The American Journal of Chiropractic and other secular or religious publications and scientific studies.  He is a regular contributing author for The Bread of Life Magazine in Canada. His review of Shadow World, by Colonel Robert Chandler, propelled that book to best seller status.  

 His manual, The Chiropractor as Expert © 2005, can be purchased through Amazon. This manual is designed to be used by the practicing chiropractor who is called upon to give an expert opinion regarding a patient's treatment history, prognosis, or impairment. This manual is the basis of an online course developed in collaboration with Dr. William Moreau, a nationally-recognized chiropractic expert. This course entitled "The Chiropractor as Expert," allows Doctors of Chiropractic to satisfy their continuing education requirements. 

His book, The Woodcarver © 2009, (Strategic Publishing Company)—a collection of feature and cover stories on matters of faith—was released in July of 2009. 

His newest book, The Wind and the Spirit © 2011, (Strategic Publishing Company) as well as The Woodcarver, can be purchased though many internet booksellers including Amazon, Tower, Barnes and Noble and others. Royalties from his writings go to support the Carmelite nuns of Sioux City, IA.