David Farland is a international and New York Times best-selling novelist with over 50 a published books. He’s best known for his Runelords, Serpent Catch, Golden Queen, Ravenspell, and Nightingale series.
He began his career writing under his name real name Dave Wolverton, when in 1986 he won L. Ron Hubbards Writers of the Future Contest. In the mid-1990s he began to follow his love for writing fantasy and Science Fiction under the pen name David Farland, where he became best known for his international best-selling Runelords series. Then In 1999 he set the Guinness Record for the World’s Largest single-person, single book signing
He has also trained hundreds of best-selling writers, including Brandon Sanderson (Mistborn), Brandon Mull (Fablehaven), James Dashner (The Maze Runner), Stephenie Meyer (Twilight) and many more. Spend an hour learning from this master and discover how YOU can create the next Million Dollar Idea.
Now he introduces Apex, a writing group dedicated to helping you reach the Apex of your writing career quickly.
Whether you want to break into the publishing field, level up to bestseller, or begin selling more books than you’ve ever imagined, in Apex you’ll find the writing classes, motivational tools, and support group you need.
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“I still use the writing techniques he discussed, and constantly reference him and his instruction when I teach creative writing myself. . . His explanations led me directly to getting an agent, and subsequently, my first book deal.”
“A first-rate tale, an epic fantasy that more than delivers on its promise. Read it soon and treat yourself to an adventure you won’t forget.”
“Aside from being a talented writer, David Farland is an excellent writing teacher. Hearing him teach live and reading his written advice has helped me focus many of my own thoughts about the writing process. Those who would like to learn more about the craft of writing would be wise to pay attention.”
– Brandon Mull
“With The Runelords, David Farland breaks new ground in fantasy fiction and wakes up anyone who thought they’d read everything the genre had to offer.”–
-Kevin J. Anderson