David Reinhardt

Biography

Hey guys, I'm an early 20's guy from Michigan that writes social commentary non-fiction and several kinds of fiction ranging from crime drama to fantasy. Stay tuned for more books to be released over time, if all goes well I should be able to release a book every six months or so. Oh, and if you'd like to help support my writings (or my other work) further you can donate to my patreon at https://www.patreon.com/silentbros?ty=h

Smashwords Interview

Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
The very first? Well, the furthest back I can remember properly would be about fifth grade. We had an assignment to write about anything we wanted, and I chose to write about a father and son that were separated. I wrote about how the father had impregnated the boy's mother at a hotel and abandoned her there. Pretty dark material for an eleven year old to write, but that was the sort of stuff that I saw or heard about in my daily life. Write what you know after all.
What is your writing process?
First off I like to list out the events I want to occur for the chapter I am writing that day, I prefer to write a chapter a day rather than let it be split up, keep the same idea going. Once I have a few good ideas for the chapter I start up music and go about writing out those ideas. Each one a paragraph I get the basic idea out, and then when I am satisfied that I covered the basic ideas I tear the chapter apart for what other ones joined in. With this new mix of ideas I set out to repeat the process, adding more and more until the chapter feels like a mini-episode in the life of a character. That's for fiction, for non fiction I found that chapters are harder to define, ideas come in as I'm writing and they don't quite fit in with the rest.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find David Reinhardt online

Facebook: Facebook profile

Books

No Gods, Masters or Drugs
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 11,830. Language: American English. Published: September 22, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Sociology, Nonfiction » Social Science » True crime
This is a non-fiction book detailing the cyclical nature of substance abuse and child neglect/abuse that has happened in America for generations. Detailed inside are a brief explanation of each of the last three generations, a few brief looks into popular substances that are abused as well as a personal anecdote about my own family and how substance abuse has damaged it.

David Reinhardt's tag cloud