Doug David


Doug David’s formative years were shaped by a protected, conservative society. Schooled in a regimented religious environment, he moved into early adolescence watching cautiously as radicals questioned and changed the world.

As a strong-willed child, a young groom, and a father of four with a motivation to excel, Doug lived and worked through one of the most astonishing periods in history, learned how to survive and thrive in a world undergoing immense technological and social change, and came out at the other end to look back and laugh about it all.

In “Spreading the Honey”, he tastes professional and personal success and, with frankness and wit, shares his views on all aspects of life.


Spreading the Honey
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 54,380. Language: English. Published: September 22, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir, Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor & satire
“Spreading the Honey” is a collection of autobiographical short stories and anecdotes that offer a humorous view on life and humanity, through the eyes of a man who’s seen it all. Here, Doug David shares his journey through life, from small boy to middle-aged man, in whimsical tales of matters from schooling and selling to sailing and signet rings.

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