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David Lisenby

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David Lisenby is just your typical family man from Small Town, USA. He grew up in God's Country, better known as Southeast Texas, in a little community called Brittonville. You can't find that on any map, but it lies between Silsbee and Caney Head to the north/south and Village Creek and the Neches River to the east/west.
He spent his early life chasing rainbows and dreaming of what was yet to come. He started writing at a very early age, having his first poem published when he was 16-years-old. You may have heard about it; it was about his becoming a Dr. Pepper addict.
After entering into adulthood (in years, not necessarily attitude), David fell into the same pattern as most adults do - work, work, work. He entered the rat race and chased his tail while trying to make ends meet.
When he was 32, he was blessed by the birth of his first child (Shadrak Otho - yes, he was born SOL). A year later, his daughter (Bethany) came along. It was at that point in time that he stopped being David and became Daddy.
One thing that never changed was his passion for writing.
Like many other members of the male species, David had a trial wife before meeting and falling in love with an absolutely amazing, inspirational lady, Marsha Reed. Not every guy is lucky enough to find a lady that he can push around and get away with it, and who can't run away from him (she's in a wheelchair due to a trampoline accident when she was 16 - so be safe if you have one).
David is blessed.
David and Marsha eventually decided to stop the rat race and try a new venture. They started a newspaper. David always wanted to be a reporter (he's a newsaholic) but didn't stand a chance since he had no experience or formal training. The only thing they could do was make their own break and create their own publication. For a decade he worked in the field and became an award-winning journalist and photographer.
Life led the happy couple in a different direction. They followed the path God had chosen for them and were fortunate to spend a year focused on their mothers, who both died in 2017.
In 2018, David decided he was ready to do what he had been saying he was going to do for a half-century; write a book. Starting on September 10, he started writing the EMP trilogy. This was his first attempt at writing fiction. On December 22 of that same year, he completed the final installment of the trilogy.
Electro: a small Texas town, Magnetic: a small Texas town, and Pulse: a small Texas town are now available on Amazon.com. David is very proud of his work and plans to continue writing until he earns his Pulitzer Prize (or sees his trilogy on Netflix).

Stay tuned.






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