Wednesday, July 8, 2015

David Wardrop


UK/Scotland Glasgow Bearsden East Dunbartonshire

Age: 30 years old

Question:  How long have you been writing?

   For about ten years.

Question:  What was the name of the first book you ever published, and when was it published?

  "The Gardens of Zarma" in 2008'.

Question:  Was this book published by a publisher; or did you self-publish?

     I self-published on

Question:  Tell our readers about this very first book.  (For example:  What was the inspiration for writing it, and what was it about)?

   "The Gardens of Zarma" is about the largest gardens in the universe. The inspiration is Science Fiction in general, and at the time I was working in Glasgow Botanic Gardens.

Question:  Can a person still buy this book?  If so, where?

   Yes, on

Question:  How many total books have you published?

   I've published 5.

Question:  List all of your titles =

Long Walk Home
Invisible Assault

Question:  Any future writing projects in the works?  If so, tell us about it, and any pertinent dates to go with it.

   A number, some closer to completion than others;"Ruin" is a story about a superhero who gets disabled. "Two Phoenix" is about two high school students who became friends after a high school shooting.

Question:  What is the title of your current book, and tell us a little about it.

   "Generation" is about a world where every single person is judged on how they lived their lives and the legacy they have left.

Last question, if someone comes across this article and reads it, what would you like to tell them about why you think they should try reading your book or books?

   Would like to think my work is unique and unlike most writers. I don’t write sequels or sagas.

Anything else you'd like to add that I didn't ask you, but you would like to share with our readers? 

   At some point I might write for comics/graphic novels.

Blog Writer's Note to Author: It's quite obvious to me that you have a strong love for writing.  I like the fact that your books weight heavily in the Science Fiction genre, because that is usually what I like reading.  I'll definitely check out your books, and thank you for the interview.

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