David Sachs, author of THE FLOOD
DAVID SACHS is an award-winning writer and author of the best-selling thriller and adventure novel, The Flood.
David lives in Chelsea, Quebec (Canada), in the woods of Parc du la Gatineau.
David has contributed features for major metro newspapers and magazines including American Spectator, Penthouse, Smoke, Bobbi, Rochester Magazine, UMM, Kanawa, and others, writing on politics, culture, society and the outdoors. He has covered everything from Amazonian shamanism to anti-globalization riots, and from homelessness to hitchhiking.
As a communications consultant David has worked with Fortune 500 companies, Canada’s best public relations firms, and campaigns for three cabinet ministers.
David’s short stories are featured free on this website and coming soon to Amazon. He has worked as a story editor for TV and film, and his own feature film The Last Party is in development with Bunk 11 Pictures. He is currently working on a stage play about Socrates (and co-authored by Plato).
Outside writing, David has performed stand-up comedy; been a 2nd Lieutenant in the Canadian Forces reserves; worked at an AIDs hospital in Tanzania; published physics research articles; and is a lethal boogie piano player. He has volunteered with Canada-Africa Community Health Alliance (CACHA), Nkuruba Orphanage, the Abuyudaya Youth, Toronto’s Out of the Cold Homeless Shelter and various other organizations.
When he isn’t writing or teaching his kids the wrong things, David is likely playing rugby, mountain biking, wilderness canoeing, or just playing the blues (on his harp, piano, sax or ukulele).