David Pierson

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David Pierson is the author of three popular books, Bayou Da Vinci, And Lead Us Not and, most recently, The Epiphany of Grace. David Pierson was a resident of New Orleans and a professional writer who published more than two million words.

David started as a reporter for a weekly newspaper and moved on to become editor for numerous business publications. For ten years he wrote, edited and published Child Care Review, a national publication for child care center owners and directors, and served as ghost writer and editor for others in the non-fiction field.

He was experienced in research, both scholarly and investigative, and his surveys and findings have been referenced not just in national publications but also in The Congressional Record. H
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David Pierson As for my personal horror story, it would be discovering I’m one of the characters in And Then There None and not having the slightest idea who the ki…moreAs for my personal horror story, it would be discovering I’m one of the characters in And Then There None and not having the slightest idea who the killer is. I’ve acted a couple of times in this play; and, when I get in character, I believe I am Rogers or Dr. Armstrong, trapped in the world of a cold-blooded killer who is much smarter than I. Scary!(less)
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The main character in this story is Wally Zeringue, a brilliant but crazy English teacher who has been nicknamed “Bayou Da Vinci” by …more
"Bayou Da Vinci"
The main character in this story is Wally Zeringue, a brilliant but crazy English teacher who has been nicknamed “Bayou Da Vinci” by his students. In class, the unconventional Mr. Zeringue leads his student apostles in the study of a wide range of literary texts (everything from Dr. Seuss to Shakespeare). Mr. Zeringue’s unique insights and lines of inquiry often challenge the students’ (and the readers’) superficial preconceptions of our modern world.(less)
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And Lead Us Not

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Bayou Da Vinci

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The Epiphany of Grace

4.50 avg rating — 4 ratings — published 2020 — 3 editions
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S02 EP33: New Year's Day Used to Be March 25th

#33: Did you know that before 1752 New Year's Day in England and its colonies was March 25th, not January 1st? Podcast show transcription available here: https://www.davidpierson.net/podcast-new-years-day-used-to-be-march-25th/

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“People don't think. They think they think.”
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“People don't think. They think they think.”
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