David S Reynolds lives in Tucson Arizona with his lovely wife, a crazy dog, and a demanding cat.
He splits his time between teaching GED classes, taking photos, flying model airplanes, writing short stories, and riding his motorcycles around southern Arizona.
What is your writing process?
I don't really have one writing process. Sometimes a story comes to me in the middle of the night and I bang it out in a day. Some stories gestate for months or even years. Sometimes I write an outline and know what will happen next, and other times I am as surprised as the reader.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
Most of my e-reading is done on my Kindle. I like that I can travel with it and have so many books taking up so little space, that's important when traveling on a motorcycle!
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This is a continuation of The Interview.
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