David Burton Writing

David Burton Writing   

Welcome to David Burton Writing. You can access my books by clicking on the covers to the right.
Cool, man, cool.

A little bit about me.

Please post reviews of my books. Reviews help readers find good books. Thanks for your support!

I recently completed the editing for Blood on the Mountain, the 4th novel in my Blood Justice series of contemporary vampire thrillers. No cover or release date yet. You might want to read Blood Justice, Blood on the Water,  and Blood on the Bayou to be caught up when Blood on the Mountain is released. 

 

 

 
 
My latest book, Windhaven, a survival at sea novel, is completed and looking for a home.

Noah Wells accepts a last minute offer to crew on a 70-foot yacht in a non-stop race around the world. He has a secret he’s afraid will be found out so he decides to reject the position. Until he meets Quinn, who makes him forget to turn down the offer.

All goes well in the race until a Rouge Wave in the treacherous Southern Ocean turns an exciting race into a race for survival.

 

My novel Ancient Mariners has been reissued with a new title, Girl at Sea, and a new cover. Same book inside so reviews of AM apply to Girl at Sea.

Buy now from:

Amazonhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B087M4BWW6

Smashwords –  https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/1018391

KOBOhttps://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/girl-at-sea-7

Barnes and Noble – https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/girl-at-sea-david-burton/1136970042

Ancient Mariners (now Girl at Sea) review:

“Death is a silent companion on this quest for freedom and revenge. It’s there at every turn guiding Beth to vengeance for the injustice that no one has ever righted. Now, out on the sea where she is most at home with her friend and mentor Silas, Beth will follow death’s lead until she claims her due.”

 

Author: davidburtonwriting

David Burton is an American writer living in sunny Southern California. He traveled by motorcycle through Mexico, US, Canada and Alaska. From motorcycles he turned to the ocean, building and sailing his own boats to Mexico, Tahiti, Hawaii, and through the Panama Canal to Florida. He spent a lot of time reading while on the water, so he decided to write books he would have wanted to read at sea. Having swallowed the anchor he now mops floors and collects trash for money, writes for a living, and has become a (temporarily?) unrequited sailor.

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