Haywood Stubble


David began writing when he and his wife were living in Mongolia (yes, Outer Mongolia) in the early 1990s. He wrote a few short stories, showed them to his wife, and she encouraged him to keep writing. Still, though, she meant well. He is a graduate of the Moody Bible Institute.

For his day job, David is a Technical Writer for a small Defense contractor and lives in Virginia Beach. He has been writing a daily devotional for 2.5 years at Devotions ChopChop. Feel free to sign up for those devotionals to be emailed to you every morning.

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Smashwords book reviews by Haywood Stubble

  • You Know What I Like To Do At Four O'Clock, Ed? on April 11, 2011

    This is a darkly fun short story about Hollywood and one of its most notorious producers. If you've ever wanted a glimpse into the life of the underbelly of the movie business, here it is. This was a short, fun read that I really, truly enjoyed! Jennifer Brister "geek girl"
  • Selling Anne Frank on April 11, 2011

    A wonderful and insightful story about the current state of media in our world. A story that purports a future where advertising has penetrated every aspect of our lives and the repercussions resulting from this penetration are dire albeit humorous. The author does an excellent job of painting a vivid, humorous, and ultimately sad story about the state of our world now and in the future. This is a wonderful story which I have shared with many of my family members now. It is funny, sad, and perhaps unfortunately, based on truth. The story itself is rife with symbolism and is the perfect story for symbolic analysis. I intend to assign it to my students next semester as a small project. I highly recommend this story. A+ D. Lafferty
  • Selling Anne Frank on April 11, 2011

    A very entertaining read on the world of advertising in the future. I found this story to have parallels to the current state of our culture. The world of advertising effects our everyday life's already, this story predicts what our futures might hold. I'd recommend this book to anyone how likes futuristic predictions and satires of our current way of life. 5 stars! PMM