David J. Khan was born and grew up in Nottingham, England. His first love was not in fact writing, but 3D Art and Design, yet a part of him was always drawn to the magic that could be found within a written page.
Having followed an artistic path as a young boy, he soon found his mind more suited to sculpture, which later progressed in to the realm of computer-generated imagery. However, though a picture is said to be able to paint a thousand words, he soon grew thirsty and developed a need for more than what a picture could create. He once said to me that though a picture could paint a world, only the words within a book could populate said world and give it life. Years later, his debut novel The Red Door Chronicles is born, and only now do I understand what he meant.
With his debut novel The Red Door Chronicles completed, and the sequel undergoing the last few phases of what he calls 'moulding', he is soon to begin work on the third instalment to the series.
When last we spoke, I asked him if he was happy with the world he had created. His reply was as simple as his smile: 'one world down, many more to go.'
Ignorance is bliss ... right? Find out: http://www.thereddoorchronicles.co.uk/