I grew up in a very small town in Pennsylvania. Went into the Army in 1983. Traveled, Germany, Korea, Antarctica. Have since settled in central Pennsylvania and have been at my job as a dockworker for 22 years. I am a father of three. 
I love to write. I have notebook filled with ideas.
My finished works are: "The First Book of Kalendeck" and "The Second Book of Kalendeck." are epic fantasy stories for young adults.
"The Red Queen's Gamble" is also for young adults. My son who is 11 now has read it twice already.
"Darken French Road" is a tragic romance novel. People who have read it tell me that it should come with a box of tissues. My niece's reading and now and she loves it. I have to tell you honestly that there are parts in it that still give me a pain in the chest and a tear in my eye.
"Hopscotch" is a story about a serial killer who kills the same woman again and again and again...
I have many other projects on the back burner eagerly awaiting my attention. Thanks so much for stopping by.
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  • JoinedDecember 21, 2010

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Dasherwood Dasherwood Aug 05, 2012 01:10AM
Not a problem. I look forward to reading your work. 
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Stories by David W. Sherwood
The First Book of Kalendeck by Dasherwood
The First Book of Kalendeck Fantasy
Thrust into a medieval world without any possessions of his own or memories of his past, he is forced to live as best he can with those who found him. Given the name of Marc, he accepts that he cannot leave and str...
The Second Book of Kalendeck (First 2 Sample Chapters) by Dasherwood
The Second Book of Kalendeck (First 2 Sample Chapters) Fantasy
Marc finally learns the true nature behind Nathel's betrayal. The kingdom is in turmoil, being brought to the breaking point by a ruthless enemy. With his family lost and his friends scattered beyond reach, Marc mu...
Hopscotch by Dasherwood
Hopscotch Mystery / Thriller
While completing a project for school, Becca Grey finds a distinct pattern in the lives of the women of her family tree. Since the 1730's in every generation, the second daughter of the first daughter has never liv...