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HOME 

BOOKS (How and where to get them)

OTHER ON-LINE LOCATIONS:
FACEBOOK BLOG/Live Journal AMAZON AUTHOR PAGE TWITTER

BIOGRAPHY  (All I think you need to know about me)

WRITING (Excerpts from the Stone Island Sea Stories) (A short (science fiction) Stone Island Sea Story…Mr. Townsend’s Chronometer)

RESEARCH (Includes a list of characters from the Stone Island Sea Stories)

LINKS (Other sites or pages that might be of interest)

OTHER (Reviews of Dave’s book(s)…  Book reviews Dave has written…adding new ones regularly!   What Dave has read… just updated!)  

CONTACT (Get in touch if interested in signed copies, have questions, comments, or would like Dave to speak to your group.)

   The first two books are available at Coeur d’Alene’s Well-Read Moose

 

 

 

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Description automatically generatedClick here to read The Unseen Visitors, my contribution to this collection of short works by members of Spokane Authors and Self-Publishers.  It’s available on Amazon  or locally at 2nd Look Books and Auntie’s Bookstore.

 

 

 

 

The Stone Island Sea Stories by D. Andrew McChesney seamlessly blend Age of Sail/Naval Adventure, as in C. S. Forester’s Hornblower stories and Patrick O’Brian’s Master and Commander series with a unique Science Fiction/Alternate World touch.  The first book, Beyond the Ocean's Edge, was self-published in May 2012 through Outskirts Press.  Sailing Dangerous Waters was published on 27 December 2013! Darnahsian Pirates was published on 28 July 2021!

 

(With the exception of some author photos, art work featured on this site was created by D. Andrew McChesney)

My interview on Live Journal by Charlie Cochrane


Author Events/Appearances:
Tentatively scheduled to be at:Nothing scheduled at this time.

Please contact me if you’d like me to speak to your group.

Spokane Authors and Self-Publishers

Listed Speaker

Name: D. Andrew (Dave) McChesney

Contact: daveeva@comcast.net (509 325-2072 (h) or (509) 768-6178 (c)

Will speak to: Writing Groups, Book Clubs, Historical Associations, Naval History, Age of Sail Enthusiasts, and more.

On (subjects): Writing, Publishing, Marketing, History, Naval History, Age of Sail fiction, and more

For: an opportunity to sell books and art work

Notes: I do not claim to be an expert on any of the above, but over time I have learned a lot and enjoy passing that along to others.

Acknowledgements:

I'm sure to leave some out in compiling this list.  If I do, it is a memory thing and not that I don't appreciate your encouragement and help.

For instilling a love of reading, which led to a desire to write: my late parents, William and Irene, and my recently departed sister, Leslie Ann.

For unabashed enthusiasm for my work and showing me (and many others) the ins and outs of the publishing world:  Anne.

For chapter by chapter dissection of the first book:  Carolyn, Nanette, Locke, Marilee, Michelle, Shanti, and Irene.

For enthusiastically reading the first two books:  Helen and Matt.

For valuable advice on query letters, even as she sent me a rejection notice: Nadia.

For overall support and encouragement:  Eva, Jessica, Connie, fellow Spokane Club employees, fellow Inland Northwest Corvair Club members, members of Spokane Authors and Self-Publishers, and many others.

For help in editing, beta reading, formatting, cover design, and more: Kate and Sue

Page updated: 11/19/2021

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