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David Gray

Tampa, Florida, United States

Email: dgray004@tampabay.rr.com

David Gray was born on July 2nd, 1957, in Cincinnati, Ohio, to Ronald and Rebecca Gray. He relocated to Tampa, Florida in 1975. In 1980, he joined the staff of a local television station and delved into the mysteries of television production. What started out as a way to pass time turned into a twenty-two year career.
In 1983, he met Heidi Powell and immediately lost his heart, soul and mind to her. She, on the other hand, was not impressed. After a respectable amount of begging, pleading and general humiliation, she agreed to go out with him. Several months later, David took her to the top of the Contemporary Hotel at Disney World. He backed her up to the edge of the roof and asked her to marry him. Not wanting to be pitched screaming over the edge, she agreed. The two of them have now been married seventeen years and have two sympathetic children - Daniel, 14 and Charis, 9 (going on 18).
David's first novel, THE SHEPHERD'S PATH, was published in 1993 by New Leaf Press, a small publisher in Green Forest, AR. The sequal, THE SHEPHERD'S MAN, was published in 1995.
David has just finished his latest novel, THE CALLING, a horror story set in Sulpher Springs, Florida. He is actively seeking representation for this novel. He is also writing this biography in the third person, which probably means that he is mentally unbalanced. So attention, any and all literary agents who happen to stumble upon this - give the guy a look! You just might like what you read. If you don't, he will most likely stop writing about himself in the third person and start talking TOO himself in the third person.
You don't want that on your conscience, do you?
DO YOU?

Interests: Reading, Television production, Film

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: No

 

Published works:

Fiction

  • The Shepherd's Path
  • The Shepherd's Man