David Biddle

Biography

David Biddle is the author of the novel Beyond the Will of God and several collections of short stories -- Trying to Care and Implosions of America. He also writes columns for the online magazines Talking Writing and Kotori. As a freelance writer, he has published articles and essays in such publications as The Harvard Business Review, Philadelphia Inquirer, Get Underground, and BioCycle. He was a contributing editor for In Business magazine for over a decade.

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Books

Trying to Care: A Story Collection
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Price: Free! Words: 28,040. Language: English. Published: January 26, 2013. Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
Six stories about everything from murdering the family pet and wondering about dementia while house sitting to the relationship between love and smoking cessation and the insanity of taking care of aging parents.
Implosions of America: Nine Stories
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 37,130. Language: English. Published: January 24, 2013. Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
Stories about everything from nude political protest and finding lost love to fishing, the meaning of art, and what happens as marriages mature through the years.
Beyond the Will of God: A Jill Simpson Psychedelic Mystery
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 118,110. Language: English. Published: January 22, 2013. Category: Fiction » Literature » Visionary & metaphysical
Beyond the Will of God is part thriller, part mystery, part paranormal speculation, and part science fiction. There's romance and sex, of course -- just enough. But the book also deals with big questions about life, the human mind, and the power of music.

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