Interviewing Author David Andrew Jaffe

Interviewing Author David Andrew Jaffe

Q1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?

A. I work doing support for an email marketing company, and I'm a freelance writer on the side. I have an amazing wife, four incredible children, and a dog.

I'm also loaded with tons of hobbies, including health and fitness, foreign languages, and history.

At this stage in my life, I prefer non-fiction. I'm always looking to expand my mind, improve at any of my hobbies, and become a better person.

Q2.when did you decide you were going to write a book?

A. I started writing my books when I needed the next level of progression from blogging. It's not that blogging became dull for me. It's just that I needed to take on a new and more challenging task. After four books, I'm actually looking for the next great task.

Q3. How did you come up with the name of your books?

A. Most of them just came to me. Teach Like a Ninja was kind of a catchy way of talking about education in a way that hadn't been done before. The next two were obvious based on their content. Tell everyone they're screwing up and talking about my journey from where it began to where I'm holding.

Q4. What are you working on for 2020?

A. For 2020 I'm taking a break from book writing to work on marketing and expanding my reach through social media. I do also hope to turn at least one book into an audiobook. And to start a YouTube channel.

5. How long have you been writing?

A. My whole life

Q6. What advice would you give other authors? 

A. Just write. Never second guess yourself. The most important thing is to just keep on writing every single day.

7.where can people find you online?

Q8. Do you plan on making more books in the future?

A. Absolutely. Right now I'm focusing on marketing. But after I work on that for a bit, #5 will be on its way.

Q9. How many books have you written?

A. Four so far

Q0 did you go to college to be a writer?

A. I did study writing in college, however, like so many young people in university, I had no idea what I was doing at the time. So I certainly didn't know I wanted to be a writer.


  1. I highly recommend reading his works, blogs and books. He's funny, honest and not afraid to voice his opinions. Very refreshing, and actually even helpful advice.


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