About the author
David K. Brown
is a writer with great insight into human reasoning, passions and motivation.
David also has a keen mind for business, science, technology and medicine. That
makes him a story teller extraordinaire. David artfully uses his unique combination
of skills to create stories that are thoroughly entertaining while profoundly thought-provoking and memorable.
David is the quintessential
Renaissance man. His unique combination of academic, professional and life
experiences has created a very special prism through which he sees the world
and people. David holds degrees in Quantitative Economics, Business and
Religion. To go with that he has held CPA licenses in multiple states despite
not holding an Accounting degree. He was also ordained by a major religious organization
where he pastored for several years.
David has authored five books, four exciting novels and one powerful non-fiction instruction into the male mind. The novels are Linchpin - When the Future is What You Make It (expected to be published in Feb 2017, Lulu), David Sanders Mind Sharing (Lulu, second ed 2016), Last Defenders - Rise of the Lady Warriors (Lulu,
2016), and Brain-Storm - When the Mind is the Ultimate Weapon (Lulu, 2016). Each story and setting is dramatically
different and as fresh as his constant plot twists. The non-fiction book is Raising Men From Snakes and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails (Lulu, 2011).
Personal Mission Statement
My Purpose in life is to tell stories that help leave the
world a better place. My contribution is to encourage and empower people to
make choices that enable them to create the possibility of living a better life
than the circumstances of a disadvantaged birth or subsequent setbacks in life
might otherwise dictate. And I will do so with purpose, grace and ease being
mindful to embrace fun and enjoyment along my journey.
The Values that are at the heart of
who I am are respect
for human life, respect for the right of human choice, empathy that connects me
to those in pain, the ability to see through the eyes of others, a deep honor and
respect for human diversity, a deep commitment to the value of teaching through
stories and the importance of education and original, enlightened thought.
What I can be counted on for is to be myself. That means that all of my writings
will reflect my values and create an environment of abundance for myself and my
family. While doing so I will treat people with respect even if I do not
understand or agree with their ways, I will exercise my ability to look past superfluous
differences in individuals, I will not shy away from a willingness to stand in difficult
choices, I will hold firm to my commitment to finish what I begin, I will
utilize my God-given ability to teach lessons through stories, I will lay
foundations that facilitate open inquiry through thought-provoking human dramas
and resist the temptation to prejudge situations but remain present with an
open mind to recognize what is going on in the moment. I will remain on course
and not be misdirected by the accumulated voices of those who lack hope, drive,
understanding or care for the hurting. This is my life.