So, what is all this?
This is a dumping ground of sorts – all sorts of cool and interesting things get put here. For instance, there are sections for The Story of Gamer Zone, The Horror Game, and my newest gaming book, The Plastic Army Game. And there’s multiple serial books being published on here – IZ, Autobiography of a Super-Villain, and Muse.
However, that’s not all that’s there. For instance, Davis’s Daily Devotional has it’s home here. A lot of my blog ramblings keep their home here. And eventually, I’ll get around to posting all 12 years of my blogs that have been posted on other sites, just for the heck of it.
So, I know what this is… who the heck are you?
Me? Well… shoot, let’s see. I’m a software developer for my own company, focusing on iOS and Android development, a game developer (both video games and table top games), an entrepreneur (not always successful, either – see the book The Story of Gamer Zone for more info on that), a sometimes artist, a prolific writer (never mistake volume for quality), public speaker, country boy transplanted to the city, and a number of other things. It’s hard to file me in one particular group of people, and if someone asked me to pick one word to describe myself, it would have to be eclectic.
Of course, that’s a really, really short version of who I am, and why you might care. If you really want to know more about me, well, you could always just ask. 🙂 Or, you could start digging through all the blog posts and slowly get more info on me. Or, heck, you could read The Story of Gamer Zone for a fairly detailed account of at least two years of my life. And the Muse trilogy (not yet in print, but keep watching) contains bits and pieces of my life as inspiration – though you’d have a hard time trying to sort fact from fiction in the story.