David Lloyd

Author: - "As I Died Laughing"
            - "Why I May Still Be Canadian"
            - "Amazon Author Page"
Reviewer: Virtual Muser eBook Review
Teacher & Linguist: ETNI
Environmentalist: CEI
Desert Rat: Sde Boker

David Lloyd has over 27 years of teaching
experience in EFL (English as a Foreign Language)
and working with computers in education.
Considered a trailblazer in the use of the
Internet in education, he has trained students
and teachers in different parts of the world
on how to set up interactive project-based
web sites for educational purposes.

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Daniel never truly remembered when he decided to write it all down. Or why. Was this to be his legacy, or simply a confession? Whatever it was, this was the only voice people would remember.

For after his stroke, a manuscript is sent by his lawyer to his daughter to be read aloud by close friends and family, from beginning until end. His self­-exposé takes them places they could never have possibly expected, as they unwillingly enter into his world of solitude and hear his desperate cry for intimacy. For Daniel's needs and desires lead him into the most dangerous territory of all ... the Pandora's box unleashed by the unknown needs and desires of another human heart.

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He couldn't remember when he had stopped seeing himself in her eyes, their marriage becoming simply a collection of memories, where only the mundane held them together.

It seemed so simple at first: creation. Characters whose lives he carved out in his novel. And now this: a man created in his own image and likeness, stepping out of the virtual into the real, in order to seduce his wife.

But Michael quickly loses control over his creation and slips into a world where he no longer knows where reality ends and fiction begins. And he begins to wonder if he is writing himself out of existence.

At what point does fiction turn to lies? And lies themselves in turn become real?

Book Reviews - "As I Died Laughing"

Interview with David Lloyd: Writers Speak Out
Interview with the Author

The Virtual Muser eBook Review
(where eBooks stand up and get noticed)


Why I May Still Be Canadian

An irreverent look at all things Canadian and Israeli by a Canadian expat who somehow ended up in self-exile somewhere in the empty expanse of the Negev desert. David Lloyd left his native Canada at the age of 18, but it took him over 35 years of living in Israel before he was ready to take on the name of expat. And in doing so, he set out to understand the true meaning of the word through the writing of this blog

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