David A. Siebert
David A Siebert has a very diverse background, having lived in several nations and most states within the United States. He has been an avid writer most of his life although he has not sought to be published until recently. Many poems he wrote several years ago have been available on poetry.com, but this is only a small sampling of one facet of his writing outlets. He has written short stories, children’s books and other novels that have gone unpublished.
David spent a few years in the Army stationed in Germany before returning to the US and working in many career fields. He has started several companies in the construction industry as well as entertainment fields including hosting karaoke shows. The vast knowledge base he has gained through these efforts has provided a wealth of character types from which he can base short stories and novels. His belief in the intricacies of human nature tends to lead his stories in directions counter to most other popular writers.
David began writing as a teen and considered becoming a novelist concentrating most of his early efforts on science fiction works he shared predominantly with friends and teachers. Through life experiences he gained knowledge of other subjects that became far more interesting and changed not only his mind about writing science fiction, but also his style of writing. His current novel, THE COMMANDMENT is the culmination of these changes and is, as much as the author, a deep piece of work that challenges the mind without overpowering.
Where to find David A. Siebert online
The Commandment: Balancing Justice
By David A. Siebert
Published: November 28, 2010.
Political and justice systems change as the 2012 national elections draw to a close. A new administration brings sweeping change giving the power back to the people. Current laws change allowing true freedom of choice for the first time. The government downsizes as line item voting on all propositions is given back to average citizens. See for yourself what the power of the people can really do.
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