Book Writing Pro Story


Founder & CEO

The inception of Book Writing Pro dates back to 2010 when David M. Alexander was having coffee with his friends from ‘The Writer’s Studio’ at Stanford University. Even though David graduated from Stanford with a major in history and economics, he had a profound love for literature, and writing.

After a few discussions over coffee, David and his friends - all agreed on the fact that the world would be a better place if everyone’s ideas and stories were heard. Whether it's advice or life lessons or perhaps a tragedy that people want to share with the world - they deserve to get their voices heard!

Hence, David and his associates took it upon themselves to bring people’s stories to life using their expertise and proven story-telling techniques. From there on, there was no stopping them. They decided to take the plunge and established Book Writing Pro in 2010, with the sole purpose of helping people get their message across the world and become published authors without costing them an arm and a leg. Since then, Book Writing Pro has helped thousands of people become published authors and leave a legacy behind - their masterpiece book!

David M. Alexander, born in 1945 in upstate New York, is a writer of science fiction and mysteries who now lives in Palo Alto, California. Novels published under his own name are The Chocolate Spy, Fane, and My Real Name Is Lisa. Beginning in 2003, however, to avoid confusion with other writers with the same name, he began publishing under the pen name of David Grace: in that year Wildside Press published The Eyes Of The Blind under the David Grace name. All subsequent works, both novels and stories in magazines, have been published as by David Grace.

He has written ten stories for leading magazines: science-fiction for Analog and mysteries for Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. Alexander shared story credit with Dan Wright and Sam Egan for an Outer Limits TV series episode, "Joyride", starring Cliff Robertson that was broadcast during the 2000 season.

The film rights for My Real Name Is Lisa were optioned for a substantial amount of money for a two-hour television movie but because of casting issues the project was terminated. It has never subsequently been filmed.

Alexander graduated from Stanford University in 1967 with a major in history and a minor in economics, then received a Doctor of Laws degree from the University of California Law School, Boalt Hall, in June 1970, graduating in the top ten percent of his class. He was licensed to practice law in California in January 1971 and in November 1977 was sworn in by Chief Justice Warren Burger and authorized to argue cases before the Supreme Court of the United States.

He is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. A longtime friend of noted science-fiction and fantasy writer Jack Vance, he has had a planet named after him in Vance's The Face and a famous law-giver named after him in Night Lamp.