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International award winning author and double B.R.A.G. Honoree, David Wind, has published forty-three novels including Science Fiction, Mystery, and suspense thrillers. He lives in Florida, with his wife Bonnie. David is a Past President of the Florida Chapter of the Mystery Writers of America, a member of SFWA, NINC, and the Author's Guild.
A Hybrid Traditional and Independent Author, David became an independent publisher, author, and writer in 2008 with Angels in Mourning, his ‘homage’ to the old-time private detective’s of the 50’s and the 60’s. (He used to sneak them from his parents’ night tables and read them as a young boy.) Angels is a contemporary take on the old-style noir detective and won the Amazon.com Book of the Month Reader’s Choice Award.
David’s Contemporary Fiction novel, published in December of 2017, and based on the Harry Chapin Song, A Better Place To Be, received the Bronze Award for Literary Excellence, from Ireland’s prestigious DD International Awards; A Better Place To Be was named a B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree, signifying a book of the highest literary quality and written by Independent writers.
The first book of David’s Epic Sci-Fi Fantasy Series, Tales Of Nevaeh. Born To Magic, is an international Amazon genre Best Seller, a Kindle Review of Books finalist for Fantasy Book of the year, and winner of the Silver Award from Ireland's Drunken Druid International Awards for Literary excellence. Over 125,000 copies of the Tales of Nevaeh series have been download.
His mystery, suspense, Police procedurals, and thrillers are The Hyte Maneuver, (a Literary guild alternate selection); The Sokova Convention, The Morrisy Manifest, Out of the Shadows, and, Desperately Killing Suzanne. He wrote the Medical Thriller, The Whistleblower’s Daughter, with Terese Ramin. The idea for this Medical Legal Thriller came shortly after the death of a close friend. David said, "I couldn't help but wonder about the medication...."
David wrote his first nonfiction book, The Indie Writer's Handbook, to help authors who have completed their manuscripts and want to publish Independently navigate the online publishing experience. The Indie Writer's Handbook was David's second book to be awarded the B.R.A.G. Medallion for literary excellence.
David’s novels have been translated into 11 languages and published in 15 countries.
David is a member of The Author's Guild, The Mystery Writers of America, SFWA - Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, and Novelists, Inc.
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5.0 out of 5 starsThe perfect blend of sci-fi and fantasy
Reviewed in the United States on 30 May 2016
I love everything about Wind's Nevaeh series. It blends fantasy of a truly epic scale and science fiction in a unique way I've come to savor. His writing is impeccable, with smooth pacing, suspenseful moments and great characters. The philosophical undercurrent of the battle of the sexes, particularly evident in the first book, makes for an interesting foundation for this excellent series. In a book heavy with symbols, the implied solution - a union of the two - is almost alchemical. My only question is whether this is truly the end of tales of Nenaeh. After all, there is the rest of the world to reclaim...
5.0 out of 5 starsIt really keeps the reader engaged wanting more.
Reviewed in the United States on 11 August 2021
I really enjoyed this series and had trouble putting it down. I also purchased the following2 books as I couldn't get enough. The last 2 take place before these 5, but after reading I understand why the beginning comes after the end. They were all well written.
What an amazing escape, just what I craved in this hot, humid summer. I always wonder at the imagination and writing skill that goes into such a tome, and I'm grateful to those who have it and use it wisely.