I’m David Bridger. I settled with my family and our two big dogs in England’s West Country after twenty years of ocean-based mischief, during which I worked as a lifeguard, a sailor, an intelligence gatherer and an investigator.

Then I got hurt, came home a bit physically broken, and for good measure caught a severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) virus in a military hospital.

Now I write Science Fiction & Fantasy novels. Sometimes they’re informed by my experiences out on the crinkly blue.

I write what I love for readers who love what I write.

I’m a green socialist, a quaker, a spoonie, an adopter of donkeys, a lifelong Liverpool FC supporter, a browncoat, and a whovian of the 9 & 10 era (starting with Rose and ending with Donna).

I’m on Twitter for political activism; supporting and enjoying Liverpool; water cooler moments with writer and reader friends; and following historians and archaeologists, artists, and scientists.

On Instagram for the chronic illness spoonie community.

I blog here about writing fiction and life, chronic illness and life, and diversity in life and fiction. Usually on Mondays, although not always only on Mondays. It depends what comes up.

Welcome to my world. 🙂

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