David Majlak

Biography

Before you begin, if you've purchased any of my works, thank you so, so much. I really hope you enjoy the creativity and effort i've (tried to) put into making it the best that I can as food for the soul and the mind as a sort of escape. I sincerely appreciate your patronage, whether it's worth anything or if it was free, all the same.

I enjoy putting custom computers together, video games, my mom, my wife, my dog, and learning useful information. I'm very good with accomplishing tasks despite not having the proper tools for the job. I do not like bees, spiders touching me, poison ivy, hearing Congress making illogical decisions, when my wife yells at me, when my mom yells at me, when my dog pees inside on the carpet, or when my computer crashes on me. I have a great sense of humor, a fine amount of wit, and use sarcasm very well. I also despise reality TV shows because my wife dominates the TV with them. I am friendly, understanding, and quite hospitable. I've never been in a fistfight, an accident, or on a plane. I'm also an expecting father. I'm also an expecting father a hair away from poverty. If I wasn't, I would most likely have a physical copy of my own books :)

I wish I had the money to perform beneficial works to society for nothing in return, I wish I could paint and read and study and meditate all day, and I wish I could share the more important aspects of life with everyone.

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Books

New Universe: Tronconia
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You set the price! Words: 58,190. Language: English. Published: January 26, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
(4.00)
An awoken species adapts to survive natural disasters when a terrifyingly unnatural one occurs. As they fight to keep their civilization alive before their universe is destroyed, they struggle to return to their past, live for their future, and find love among the debris.
Gun Manifesto
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You set the price! Words: 2,240. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
Sarah and Dominic find themselves the target of a biker gang after it's mascot pistol goes missing. The biker gang will do anything to find it, even if that means they both must die. Maybe they shouldn't have been so vocally against the gang...
Building Your Own Computer. No Frills, No Filler, Just Answers.
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You set the price! Words: 18,610. Language: English. Published: May 4, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Computers and Internet » Hardware
Building Your Own Computer is the creation of 10 years of accumulated experience. This book will contain knowledge of common pitfalls not contained in other books, manuals, sites, etc... It will also explain technical vocabulary, and it will fit into anyone's busy day no matter how much time you have. It is a very literal and to the point book, and is great for people who are new to the field.

David Majlak’s tag cloud

adventure    bikers    build    chase    computers    couple    crystal    death    destruction    diy    educational    electronics    fantasy    gang    gun    hardware    machines    odds    pistol    robots    space    tech    technical    technology    transform    universe    war   

Smashwords book reviews by David Majlak

  • Two Shorts (High Fidelity & Christmas Oratorio) on July 16, 2011

    Well written, though I would suggest you chose your locations for digressions more wisely. Putting one inside of another completely throws me off and severs my interest in the story. Also, going from the woman is falling to the woman is kissing you is a somewhat glaring inconsistency. Find some better names, something memorable for the Joneses, and you'll have quite an interesting story. You did well, to pull me into the story in the beginning, and then it sort of falls apart a bit. Keep up the good work though, just needs some more polish.
  • The Snow Owl on July 16, 2011

    Wonderful integration of story elements. Excellently written.
  • The Ballerina on July 16, 2011

    The plot is well developed, the introduction needs to be more descriptive and clear, and the punctuation and grammar needs some work. Otherwise with a little practice you'll do quite well.