Dave Weber


A native of Berkeley, California, Dave Weber started his working life as a sports reporter in the Bay Area, covering teams and events at all levels, including Major League Baseball, for several daily newspapers. He later changed careers and was a college basketball coach and athletic director in California and Washington for 25 years. The Oldest Guy Joke is the first of several novels he will publish in the near future. He lives in Lacey, Washington. Widowed, he has a daughter who plays basketball at the NCAA Division I level.

Smashwords Interview

Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Sure, I was a little kid and wrote a picture book about a sea battle during the Revolutionary War. If I saw that advertised today, I'd never read it, but then it was an intriguing time of history for me, along with medieval knights in shining armor.
What is your writing process?
Something will strike me as worthy of a story and I will write an initial chapter. I say "initial chapter" since the first one I write isn't necessarily going to be Chapter 1 of the final book. I will write chapters 1, 7, 11 and 22, then fill the gaps. I've read some warnings against this from other writers, but it works for me.
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Romans 12:19
Price: $3.43 USD. Words: 40,760. Language: English. Published: October 9, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Sports, Fiction » Urban
Sandra Wynn is a beauty with a passion for basketball but has flaws that drive a wedge between her and her husband, Kurt Krieg, an intense college coach who thinks the sources of those flaws need frontier justice. Their spark ignites a chain reaction involving cops and bums, gangsters and jocks and rages from the Clinton Administration well into the 21st Century.
The OIdest Guy Joke: A Trilogy of Families, Fame and Baseball
Price: $5.90 USD. Words: 281,150. Language: American English. Published: August 5, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Sports, Fiction » Adventure » War & military adventure
Greg Rittmeyer does what he wants with his life. He claims his place in the major leagues as a pitcher and stays there for 13 years; enjoys the company of an unending string of beautiful and accomplished women. But as he ages, foreign concepts-- violence, failure, fatherhood -- rapidly intrude until he realizes his life has never been what he thought it was.

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