R.C. Davis is a fiction author and poet living and writing in Iowa City, Iowa. While he grew up in the rolling hills that form the western banks of the Mississippi River, his interests in people, places, and genres are cosmopolitan in scope. His published works consist of his novel, ‘When Walls Fall Down’ (KDP) writing as C.F. McDaeid, along with his short stories: The Light In The Window (Route 3 Press), 'Cane Pole Logic' (Amber Waves of Grain Anthology-Shapato Publishing), 'Snowfall On Dead Leaves' (Daily Palette-Iowa Writes) and ‘Losing my Muse’ (Wild Musette #1701). He has written hundreds of poems, 6 of which, have been published in venerated collections throughout North America. Besides R.C.’s passion for telling stories and writing fiction, he loves music, culture, and dogs. He has backpacked Ireland, Scotland, and England as well as the European continent. You may also find him at: www.rcdavis-tellinstories.com
R.C. Davis is a fiction author and poet living and writing in Iowa City, Iowa. He was a big fan of Mark Twain and had read Tom Sawyer more times than he can remember. He has been C.F. McDaeid for a long time. He, like a lot of authors, utilizes Pseudonyms in order to write across genres. The author says, "If you write long, take a break every 90 minutes or so." He... read full interview
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