David Williams


David A Williams
As a young man I was always interested in stories. I have a love affair with films and have had ever since I can remember. At school I was always reading movie books and reading about the films of yesteryear; while at the same time I kept up with the current movies being released,
In 1975 I bought a movie camera and almost immediately started writing stories that we could make into little films for the family. The same year I read my first murder mystery and was hooked on that type of story.
In my working life I was a painter for almost 22 years and have worked on a paint counter at Bunnings selling paint for seven years now. I worked in other positions too which has brought me into contact with a wide range of different people from different cultures.
In 1991 we went overseas, so my wife could visit her birthplace and meet relatives from the former east, who were once trapped in communist countries. We visited many countries and wrote our first novel back in 1996. It was called ‘Girl From Nowhere’, a romance comedy. We incorporated a lot of experiences we really went through in real life into this book. We were very proud of it and still are. It has never been published but it was good practice for writing our next book, a murder mystery. We are currently working on another book featuring the same detective.
When we lived in Victoria my wife and I used to write film reviews for a weekly paper called The Moyne Gazette. After that I wrote small articles for the monthly Bunnings newsletter. I would write about movies that I had seen recently and sometimes I would write Star Bio’s and stories about well know actors. I was particularly proud of an article I did that I called ‘The history of colour film’.
I started writing Star Yawns as a joke on my sister in law who is a Trekkie and loves all things Star Trek. When I started the first one I would be writing two pages on a mobile phone sms every week. The only thing was that her others sisters got interested so I typed it onto my computer. After a while everybody, (including my wife) was asking when I would write a second installment. Since then I have written a third story and have just finished work on a fourth story. It is now a continuing saga. I find it a lot of fun.
I am now in my fifties and look after my wife as a carer, who is chronically ill. I like to write in my spare time.


Star Yawns Episode 7. A Few Good Cadets by David & Sabine Williams Smashwords Edition Copyright 2014
Series: Star Yawns, Book 7 · Star Yawns, A Few Good Cadets. Price: Free! Words: 28,190. Language: English. Published: March 23, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
The Captain is put on trial for crimes that have not been committed yet. From the courtroom he watches what will happen in the future.
Star Yawns Episode 6. Logan is not my name By David & Sabine Williams. Smashwords Edition Copyright 2012
Series: Star Yawns, Book 6 · Star Yawns, Logan is not my name. Price: Free! Words: 18,360. Language: English. Published: December 10, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera
Some members of the crew beam down to a planet for supplies. After an earthquake Commander La Trenne loses his memory and ends up in a western type town where he is mistaken for a gunfighter.
Star Yawns Episode 5. Mirror Image By David & Sabine Williams. Smashwords Edition Copyright 2012
Series: Star Yawns, Book 5 · Star Yawns, Mirror Image. Price: Free! Words: 20,530. Language: Commonwealth English. Published: October 24, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
After an ion storm two of the officers of the DVD are beamed onto the DVD as their mirror images. Now the captain and crew must find how to remedy the situation.
Star Yawns Episode 4. By David & Sabine Williams. Smashwords Edition Copyright 2012
Series: Star Yawns, Book 4 · Star Yawns, The Ambassador Dilemma. Price: Free! Words: 14,680. Language: English. Published: September 11, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
When the crew of the DVD come across an angry alien who is charging weapons they must decide what action must be taken
Star Yawns Episode 3. By David Williams. Smashwords Edition. Copyright (2012) by David Williams
Series: Star Yawns, Book 3 · Star Yawns, The Savenger hunt. Price: Free! Words: 10,700. Language: English. Published: August 14, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
The crew of the DVD go through a time rift and become twenty fours years older. To some of the crew this becomes life threatening. The Captain must find a way to reverse what has happened.
Star Yawns Episode 2. By David Williams. Smashwords Edition. Copyright (2012) by David Williams
Series: Star Yawns, Book 2 · Star Yawns, Reflections of the past. Price: Free! Words: 8,100. Language: English. Published: July 27, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
The captain and three others beam on to a planet and are met by people resembling characters from old TV sows. Before long they find they have been kidnapped by aliens who want to hold them accountable for being a warlike species. In the meantime the remaining crew on the ship must find a way to rescue their crew mates. Cover Image provided by: NASA/JPL-Caltech and The Hubble Heritage Team (STS)
Star Yawns Episode 1. By David Williams. Smashwords Edition. Copyright (2012) by David Williams
Series: Star Yawns, Book 1 · Star Yawns, The laughing Alien. Price: Free! Words: 2,450. Language: English. Published: July 26, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
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Captain Hemorrhoid and the crew of the VHS encounter an alien called Harrison in the BETA quadrant. They find he is attempting to take over their ship. Join the first episode of the adventures in the BETA quadrant.