“Tiffany Gets Her Boobs” (written under my pen name David Bawdy) has now spent seven months on the Kindle Humor and Short Story bestseller lists (free download category). This prequel to my novel Bubba Goes for Broke earned a great endorsement from USA Today bestselling author Kristine Kathyrn Rusch: ” ‘Tiffany’ works beautifully, and by the end of the […]
Cracking the Ice has been getting a great reception. Check out some of the following endorsements. “To say I couldn’t put it down doesn’t say enough. A must read for every adult and young adult alike.” — Pete Webster, UNH Hockey Radio Network “This is a terrific book and I would recommend it to […]
I’m delighted to announce that Cracking the Ice is now shipping from the publisher warehouses. I can’t wait to hold a copy in my hands. And of course, I hope all of you will be holding copies in your hands, too.
I didn’t originally realize it but “Tiffany Gets Her Boobs” has not only been a Kindle bestseller in the Humor category (free downloads) but also in Short Stories. In fact, she’s been higher on the Short Story list than on Humor. And based on the sales figures, “Tiffany” has been drawing readers to Bubba Goes […]
A prominent blogger for writers recently posted an article titled, “Is Your Website Hurting Your Writing?” I found myself going in almost the opposite direction from the blogger, starting with the opening topic: “When Your Work Outshines Your Website.” Frankly, I hope my work does outshine my website. I’m not being deliberately obtuse here nor […]
Today I learned of a 12-year-old student’s book review of Cracking the Ice. Among other things, the student said my novel was a “masterpiece.” Exquisite taste, no?
This Forbes story lists authors as having one of the ten happiest jobs. Sounds right to me.
This one is a howler.
On Friday, I went down to the credit union and one of the women there asked if my book was out yet. I told her it had been delayed until Jan. 15th. Next thing you know, all four employees were asking me for details, cooing about how fascinating it sounded, and then asking if I’d autograph […]