Davis Ashura is a bestselling author, a full-time practicing physician, and a one-time wordworker. His motto has generally been, ‘Try it. The worst you can do is fail.’ It usually works out—except when jumping out of airplanes. Davis is best known for his Castes and the OutCastes trilogy, which is part of the Anchored Worlds universe, a set of linked epic fantasy series.
His books are hopeful in nature. He likes to write about heroes who see themselves as servants first. Heroes who fall in love and become partners and are make time for family, friendship, and fellowship. His characters are folk with whom it would be fun to have drinks and dinner, but who could also handle any trouble that might crop up.
Davis is married and shares a house with his wonderful wife who somehow overlooked his eccentricities and married him anyway. Living with them are their two teenage sons, both of whom have at various times helped turn Davis' once lustrous, raven-black hair prematurely white. And of course, there are the obligatory strange, strays cats (all authors have cats—it's required by the union). They are fluffy and black with terribly bad breath. Additionally, there is the rescue dog—gnarly-toothed, beady-eyed, and utterly sweet.
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