Author Info

After he retired from a job working for the U.S. Department of Defense, D.L. Morrese made a hobby out of writing novels. He stuck it out for about a decade until it started feeling like work. It also didn’t pay very well. He once did a bit of quick math and realized that his royalties for the year, divided by the number of hours he spent on his books during that time, worked out to about 10¢ per hour. Fortunately, he wasn’t doing it for the money, but he’s taking a break for now. He may get back to it one of these days. In the past, he’s been an unappreciative son, a mediocre student, a fairly competent short order cook, an unenthusiastic office worker, and an unprepared husband and father. He’s lived in five states of the US and one county in the UK. Through all of those, he’s been a reader. Science fiction and fantasy were his preferred genres when he was young. He still reads those along with historical fiction, mysteries, nonfiction (mostly science, history, and economics), and anything else that catches his eye. He tries to read at least 100 books a year and normally does.

Agents, Publishers, Producers and others who may wish to offer him vast amounts of money (or a doughnut or whatever) may contact him here:

© 2011-2022 David Morrese

  1. Oh my , I don’t recognize this side of the DL Morrese I once worked with! You are good at no matter what you do, very impressive. Phil G

  2. Good to see Kwestor hasn’t succumbed to depression yet. Took me a while to get here, but your signature block finally enticed me to click on that link.

  3. Maureen Llerandi

    Do I know you? Somehow you remind me of someone? Glad to see you around.

  4. Yay for the new website!

  5. I see that Questor (Kwestor) lives. Have a potato!

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