David started writing stories for his grandmother as a young boy. They usually involved someone being eaten by a monster of the deep, with his grandmother often the hapless victim.
Years later as chair lady of her local Women’s Institute, David's account of spending three days on a Greyhound bus crossing the United States from the west coast to the east coast apparently saved the day when the speaker she had booked didn’t show up.
David's life got busy after university and he stopped writing until the bug got him again recently.
As an indie author himself, he likes discovering the wealth of great talent which is now so easily accessible. A keen traveller, he can find a book on travel particularly hard to resist.
He enjoys writing about both the past and what might happen to us in the future.
Cambridge University educated, his previous jobs include working as a mover in Canada and a sandblaster in the Rolls Royce aircraft engine factory. He works as a lawyer during the day to pay the bills. He has three daughters and lives on the south coast of England with his wife and their dog.
A lover of both the great outdoors and the man-made world, he is equally happy kayaking, hiking a trail or wandering around a city absorbing its culture.