About the Author
David Stone has worked as a professional writer for over thirty years. He has written novels, how-to manuals, art reviews and journalism. He has also collaborated with cartoonists and greeting card illustrators as a gag writer, an experience he argues was more fun than any wordsmith has the right to expect. He lives in New York City with his wife and occasional collaborator, the photographer, Deborah Julian, and their cats. His most recent and well-received novel is "The Messes I Made While You Were Waiting for Godot," published in 2014. He currently hold the title of "The World's Happiest Man."