A YEAR IN WORDS
What if I were to write something every day for a year? ”
Full of self-deprecating humor and pithy insights, David Haznaw has created short essays that read like short stories and remind us that every life has a tale (or maybe 365 tales) worth telling. This is a deceptively easy-going collection that has the same cumulative effect of leafing through a family photo album...if that album were being narrated by, say, David Sedaris. These stories of everyday life, from boyhood to fatherhood, resonate with the joy, pain, and absurdity of life. "A Year in Words" is a series of glimpses that might just inspire you to write down a few of your own stories as well.
David is a full-time writer/author, amateur musician, and sports lover. He loves the craft of storytelling and writes in a way that makes the reader imagine what’s going on in the mind of the main character. He has written and produced video content for clients for over 25 years.
A native Midwesterner, David’s first job after graduating with a degree in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin was as a county beat reporter for The Watertown Daily Times.
David published this book titled “A Year in Words” crafted from his commitment to writing his thoughts every day for a year.
He now lives in suburban Milwaukee with his wife, Joan, and their two children, Kate and Will.