Saturday, June 20, 2009


George A. Davis stories are quick reads, and some stories are more captivating than others. The stories stand on their own as portraits of people and places that contemporary society deems underground and criminal. - Kevin Smith (from JimSam Publishing). 

A few of my stories available to read free at:
http://www.readwave.com/writergeorge
http://www.writing.com/authors/davisga

My Collection of Short Stories
TALES FROM A THORNBUSH (2007) ebook or paperback 
STREET LIFE: adventure in the asphalt cement jungle (2008) paperback 
IN THE ROUGH (2008) paperback 
HE'S NOT A DOG AND OTHER STORIES (2009) paperback 
WYLIE (a female bodyguard) AND OTHER STORIES (2011) ebook 
MEN ARE SOMETIMES LIKE CATS (2013) paperback 
STREETLIGHT detective stories:these ladies are hard nosed street wise detectives (2013) paperback  

Get my collections of short stories through https://www.amazon.com/author/georgedavis

Reviews
George A. Davis dialogue is Hemingwayesque, though his characters are poignant like Lorrie Mooresque. - Gotham's Writer's Workshop Instructor Michael Lukas.
Shades of O. Henry, Your writing has a melodic tempo, excellent, I wouldn't touch a word of it - from a reader of my story Old Timer. 
His characters are race neutral; it's up to the reader. 

Writing Awards:
Judith Stark Creative Writing Award for Script work Community College of Philadelphia (Fall 2001)
Third Place in Scripts Tampa Writers Alliance 23rd Annual Writing Contest

Facebook Page
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