M.J. Davis

A member of American MENSA®, M. J. Davis holds a doctorate in educational psychology. He uses fiction to explore questions around cognitive architecture, abuse and adaptive learning. He develops charitable projects to help others find their voice in literature. He lives in rural Washington on a small farm with his family.


Books by M.J. Davis

Golden Years: The First Half

Author: M.J. Davis
Published: March 1, 2013
ISBN: 978-1-934733-77-6
Pages: 308
Size: 6" x 9"
Type: Paperback
Price: $19.95
Categories: Fiction

The GOLDEN YEARS: THE FIRST HALF is a tour of an America, wounded and festering. Its Northwest working-class people are badly damaged: Vietnam vets, bigoted townspeople, and good men sidelined by history. At the novel's center is Luellen, bound to a psychotic husband, barely literate but wise, encoding her waking dreams and nightmares on postcards from Hell. Reading this book is a terrifying ride through time in which the personal…Read More

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