David Fraser, born in 1973 in Canandaigua, New York, stands six feet tall (1.83 meters for those of you who insist on using measurement systems that make sense) and has way too many college degrees. These include (in both chronological and alphabetical order): a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Syracuse University, a Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Computer Science) from Emory & Henry College, and a Master of Science (Applied Mathematics) from Rochester Institute of Technology.
More importantly, he is the father to two daughters who do their best to make sure he has little time to write (it usually involves My Little Pony) (I mean the daughters are doing something involving My Little Pony; David Fraser doesn’t write about My Little Pony).
He likes cooking (he makes a mean New England Clam Chowder) and parentheses (who doesn’t?).
The First Last Robot (science fiction YA short story)
Feb 2013 — David’s novella, José Picada, P.I.: Deception Al Dente, is published by Museit Up Publishing. Dark magic, fingers in the till at Bistro Italiano, and a last chance to make it as a PI, will things finally go right for Josie P. Cates? Find out more at MuseIt Up Publishing or amazon.com or amazon.co.uk