David Alastair Hayden is the author of the Storm Phase series, the Arthur Paladin Chronicles, and other fantasy adventure novels.
He lives in Alabama, along with his delightful wife and three lovely cats.
David studied history, literature, and religion at the University of Alabama.
He enjoys watching American football and playing Dungeons & Dragons and Warhammer 40,000.
David writes his first drafts using fountain pens and collects vintage manual typewriters, mostly from the 1950's. His favorite typewriter is his Royal Portable from 1929. His favorite fountain pen is a basic Pilot Metropolitan. His notebooks of choice are made by Clairefontaine.
Find out why readers "can't get enough" of this "captivating fantasy series" and save more than 40% with this collection of the first four Storm Phase titles!Read More
Turesobei dreams of adventure and a chance to prove he's no longer a child. Wizards should be careful what they wish for.Read More
When her brother and her clan are at their most vulnerable, an ancient threat is released. And Enashoma is the only one with the power to stop it.Read More
If Turesobei thought becoming a hero would solve his problems, he was wrong, dead wrong.Read More
Turesobei may have saved the world, but has he doomed everyone he loves?Read More
Turesobei swore he would get his friends home, but the only way out is through a mad god.Read More
Turesobei and his friends must retrieve a magical artifact from each of the eight elemental realms. If they fail, they die. But if they succeed, the Blood King goes free.Read More
Trapped in a house full of monsters and flying across the universe with a girl who thinks he's a moron ... Arthur is definitely destined for more than 7th grade math.Read More
Arthur may be destined for the stars, but his past is shrouded in secrets — secrets that only his mortal enemy can unravel.Read More
An air-pistol-wielding priestess battles a sorcerous witch-king and a giant, flaming monster in this this short story of epic proportions.Read More
He thought he was a hero. She showed him the truth.Read More
Nations will kneel in the face of a father’s undying love.Read More