David Treciak


David Treciak is an award-winning writer with a number of stories and screenplays to his credit. Born in Detroit, Michigan, he migrated to his current residence in Los Angeles via Denver, Seattle and Atlanta. Over the course of his journey he has worked his way through a variety of jobs ranging from public school teacher to disk jockey, from sales professional to computer technician. In short, he has the perfect background for producing writings of depth, breadth and incredible creativity.

An avid student of life, David tells tales that make you laugh, cry, and scratch your head in wonder as the profundity of what he has written sinks in. He lives in LA with his cat Aiko and his boundless imagination.

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The Ordinary Life and Extraordinary Death of Josh Turner
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 57,730. Language: English. Published: July 13, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Visionary & metaphysical
Josh Turner wasn’t happy about dying. In fact, he was downright infuriated about it. All his life he’d heard about other people’s deaths — in a bus crash on the freeway or a ship sinking in the ocean — and think to himself, “I’m glad it wasn’t me.” But now it was him. And all he could do was wait for the end, when he would find himself crossing over to… where exactly?

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