David R. George III has had nearly 50 works published and produced.
David started his professional writing career by penning the television story for a Star Trek: Voyager episode, “Prime Factors.” Since then, he has published eighteen novels, a novella, three novelettes, eighteen magazine articles, and a book introduction. His work has appeared on both The New York Times and USA Today Bestseller Lists. The International Association of Media Tie-in Writers nominated one of his novels for a Scribe Award. His television episode was nominated for a Sci‑Fi Universe Award.
A mathematician, David received a Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh, with majors in Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing, and minors in Writing and Philosophy. From Clemson University, in South Carolina, he earned a Master of Science degree in Mathematical Sciences, with concentrations in Operations Research and Scientific Computing. He conducted original research in the area of Artificial Intelligence to complete his Master’s thesis.
Though born and raised in New York City, David has lived all over the United States. In addition to his time in NYC, upstate New York, and South Carolina, he has called Kansas, Washington, both northern and southern California, and Georgia home. He has visited almost all of the fifty American states, including Alaska and Hawai‘i, as well as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. He has also traveled all over the world, to such places as Australia, the Bahamas, Canada, England, France, Italy, Mexico, Monaco, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, and Tunisia.
A devotee of baseball, David is an ardent—though often unfulfilled—New York Mets fan. He regularly plays the sport, both in a league and at tournaments. He and his beautiful wife, Karen, enjoy concerts, games, museums, theater, and travel, count themselves as booklovers and cinephiles, and have spent many a fun evening tearing up the dance floor. David and Karen currently reside in Atlanta, Georgia.