David is running the show today, so please join me in extending a warm welcome.
WANA: We may not have it all together, but together we have it all.
My Dell laptop is about 100 years old in computer years. It’s slow and cantankerous, working when it feels like it and not when it doesn’t. Kristen Lamb harps all the time about my need for a new computer, and when I look around the room at WWBC meetings, mine is at least a grandfather to the others.
Don’t laugh, but changing computers is always a stressful event for me. First of all, I’m about the least tech-savvy person on the internet, and secondly,
Most of the people in my group have Macs, which I’ve always avoided like the plague, but I’ve begun wondering if I’m missing something and should really look into taking a bite of the Apple. After looking online and going over to an Apple Store to talk to a
After only about four hours of
David N. Walker is a Christian father and grandfather, a grounded pilot and a near-scratch golfer who had to give up the game because of shoulder problems. A graduate of Duke University, he spent 42 years as a health insurance agent. Most of that career was spent in Texas, but for a few years he traveled many other states. He started writing about 20 years ago, and has six unpublished novels to use as primers on how NOT to write fiction. Since his retirement from insurance a few years ago, he has devoted his time to helping Kristen Lamb start Warrior Writers’ Boot Camp and trying to learn to write a successful novel himself.