Not much is known about this evil genius, but if you google Lifeisstrangemetoo; A ton of articles and videos of David’s writing is on offer. David has gonna the extra mile to school the masses with his collection of horror stories and If you’re not familiar with his work, how about his newest horror series for the holidays.
Q: Where are you from?
I was born in a small city in west Texas, and I’ve lived all over the state. I went to college in Dallas though, so that’s where it feels like I’m from.
Q: Do you have a day job, if so what?
I sure do! I’m a teacher in China. I teach reading/writing, science, and test prep.
Q: What do you do to unwind?
Listen to gangster rap and dance around my apartment.
Q: Tell us a bit about your family?
Not much to tell. I come from a fairly normal family and I have an older brother and sister.
Q: You’re on death row, and you have your last meal. Starters, Main and Dessert. What are they?
Pizza for all three. I love pizza more than life itself.
Q1: What was the first piece you published and was it any good?
(You can link here as well if you want)
A: I don’t even remember the name. No, it was really awful. It got downvoted into the negatives. I deleted it in shame, haha.
Q2: Are you afraid that the tragedy you pen on paper, will be incarnated as an event in the real world?
A: I’m really hoping that if I write enough about demon teddy bears one will come to visit me.
Q3: What is your scariest creation/creature/person?
A: I once wrote about a character who stuffs dead babies into ladies, so…
Q4: Who or what most inspires your work?
My desire to bring joy to other people through my writing.
Q5: What fruit would you have your character use to kill someone?
A: An orange. I’d have them grab hold of the victim’s jaw and yank down, dislocating it, before using their superhuman strength to jam the orange down the victim’s throat, causing them to suffocate.
Q6: Do you worry about your sanity when you craft your twisted stories? Scary yourself so much that it leaves you thinking “where did that come from?”
A: Haha, not really. Maybe I should, though.
Q7: How much of your work is influenced by your daily life?
A: Not much, I tend to just be thinking about stories all day anyway.
Q8: What advice would you give a newbie horror writer?
A: Don’t take her home unless you’re she doesn’t have a dick.
Q9: What scares you personally?
A: I’ve had some serious health struggles. When it seems like they might return, that scares me.
Q10: The perception of horror writes is that he/she is just a little bit weirder than everybody else. In your experience, do you find yourself — and other horror authors — to be stranger than the average person?
A: I am a huge weirdo, always have been.