New Superhero Book and Author Updates
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New Superhero Book Coming Soon

Antigravity Heroes, Book #3 in the Wanted: Superheroes series is coming in November. 

In previous stories, our heroes, Eddie and Samantha Hertz, faced earthquakes and hypnotized zombie-like people. What could be worse?
Birds. Yes, birds. And lots of them. Eagles, hawks, owls, herons, and more. The villain Mephisto has hypnotized tens of thousands of them to do his evil bidding.
The situation gets even stranger. Our heroes have to battle gravity itself. Mephisto has stolen antigravity belts that allow him to fly. But the belts have a flaw, and he tries to force Eddie to perfect them. In the meantime, Mephisto uses the hypnotized birds to paralyze the city while he steals millions of dollars.

Against all odds, Eddie and Samantha, their mother, their Uncle Milligan, the new Damocles, and the eccentric Dr. Gilbert G. Godwin, work together to battle the hypnotized birds and their controlling master.
As usual, the entire world is in danger, and only the Hertz heroes can save it.

You can order it now here -

Or you can order all three as a set here -

Author Updates:

I am working on a new novel for older teens and adults called Heaven Came Down. It is a post-apocalyptic, supernatural, dystopian thriller. I hope to finish it by the end of the year and pass it along to my agent for shopping it to a publisher.

I finished the first draft of a non-fiction book on writing called Write Them In: Taking Your Readers on a Hero's Journey. I hope to self-publish it in February of next year.

My agent is currently shopping two novels, Search for the Astral Dragon and Let the Ghosts Speak. If we don't get any response on Astral Dragon soon, I will probably self-publish it in early 2020.


Testimony Time:

Mr. Davis,
My family and I met you in Mobile, AL at the Teach Them Diligently conference. My oldest son (Thomas) is 16 and has read most of your books. My youngest (Eli) is 11, and a very reluctant reader. He has problems with his vision as well. Yesterday my wife was going through the box of curriculum for this and she pulled out Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World.  She handed it to the youngest and said, "Here give this a read." He was a bit intimidated by the size of the book, but said "Ok." He had read a few pages by bed time, but asked if he could stay up late to read some more. I said "Of course!" 
He came downstairs around midnight because he just couldn't put the book down. Finally he fell asleep, and then this morning, he picked it back up has started reading again. He was startled to find that he had finished almost half the book. He is still laying in his bed quietly reading. Up to now, it has been a real struggle to find something he will spend an extended time reading.
I can't thank you enough for lighting a passion to read in our youngest son. 
Thank You,
Dad to Thomas, Lily, and Eli
Husband to Bea

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