David has worked a variety of jobs ranging from casino supervisor to theatrical producer, government agent to produce stockperson. He has recently decided to turn his experiences traveling the world into a series of novellas that combine travel advice and pulp fiction. It felt like a good idea when he came up with it. He is originally from England, currently reside in the middle of the US, and enjoys buying feminist literature to overcompensate for his collection of bro fiction.
How has Smashwords contributed to your success?
I don't know yet, Smashwords, that's incredibly presumptuous question for you to ask.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Somewhere between ending a first draft and the dawning realization that you have hours of editing ahead of you, there's a brief moment of contentment for having created something. I'm sure there's a great joy attached to having a growing fan base, but I have no idea about that yet. Really, I'm questioning why you'd interview me before I've sold a single book.
Vivien Gaynor is offered fifty million dollars to have sex using a technological marvel that allows strangers to experience the same sensations. When she sees where this device is leading, she takes the chance to confront some of her past demons.
Lancelot just wanted to deliver a bike to a friend in Milwaukee. But when he stumbled upon a search for a missing woman, he falls back into his old spy tricks and uncovers more in the city than he bargained for.
Lancelot Graves just wants to visit Amsterdam and have a nice catch up with some of his family. Unfortunately, there is a werewolf on the loose. Can he stop the werewolf, reconnect with his mother, and keep his secret identity as a government-sponsored spy under wraps? I guess there's only one way to find out.