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So, just for fun, I like to imagine who I would cast in a movie adaptation of the Far Land Trilogy. I thought I’d share my imaginary list with you here. My choices are based upon past roles they’ve played, character mannerisms and attitudes of the characters in some of the roles, interviews I’ve seen … Continue reading Casting Call
Interviews are where I talk about myself more than I ever would in person. 😉
G. David Walker was unexpectedly born in Ulysses, Kansas on a bright, sunny morning in July of 1963, the youngest of four brothers and one sister. As the internet had not yet been invented when David was a young man, he instead devoured any science fiction or fantasy book that he could get his hands on, dreaming of different worlds, fantastical creatures and strange, alien beings. As an adult, he decided to forge into the realms he had only read about, creating his own worlds to explore.
He currently lives in southwest Missouri. For more information, visit his blog, Chasing Dragons in the Ozarks, at https://gdavidwalker.com/
Describe yourself in five words
Hm, that’s not as easy a question as it looks. I don’t think about myself all that often, but I’ll give it a shot. Five words, let’s see… Homebody, analytical, casual, observer, empathetic
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Here's a taste of my current work in progress. Potential titles are "Belaeryn" or "Three-Blood Prince." It's an urban fantasy involving primarily Celtic mythology and the Fae Courts. This is Chapter One. Let me know if it catches your attention. J.D. pulled his hood tighter around his face, trying to protect his cheeks from the … Continue reading In Progress
Wow. That’s a depressing title for a blog entry, right? Don’t worry. It’s not as bad as you think. Just hear me out. I was doing my penance….er, laps…on the treadmill tonight (Did I mention I have a reunion coming up?) when I had a revelation. I was listening to the songs of my youth, … Continue reading Dreams Don’t Always Come True
It's not about exercise, I promise. I was thinking about this the other day while I was working out (Got a high school reunion coming up, dontcha know). The way you build muscle is to subject it to resistance. Of course, there are different ways of doing this. You can use weights, you can use … Continue reading How Do You Build a Muscle?
If you have Netflix, but haven’t yet watched their brilliant limited (7 episodes) series, The Queen’s Gambit, may I humbly suggest you set aside some time to watch this wonderful show. Don’t be fooled by the splash screen or the title into thinking this is just another show about chess. Although the strategy game provides … Continue reading Check and Mate
At some point in your life, you’ve probably heard someone say, “Knowledge is power.” But what exactly does that mean? Does knowledge give you super strength? Invisibility? Super speed? No, of course not. But then again, you knew it wasn’t any of those anyway. Well then, could you read a lot of books, take some … Continue reading Life’s Little Alphabet – ‘K’ is for Knowledge
Are you trying to make a change? Trying to chart a new course for your life? If so, tell me: What do you want to be? Now ask yourself one question: What are you? What are you? It may sound like an odd question, but how you answer it will play a large part in … Continue reading Four Little Words That Will Change Your Life