David EP Dennis is a retired RAF officer. He lives in East Sussex, England and is married with three children and six grandchildren. He has an honours degree in Advanced Creative Writing, Classics and Linguistics. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development and a Licentiate of City & Guilds International. David is a member of the Open University Poetry Society and a Saatchi artist. He now engages in extensive historical research and works to preserve heritage and wildlife using high-quality photography.
David has had a remarkably varied career, being a member of an RAF Mountain Rescue Team, PA to the Red Arrows, a military and diplomatic courier for NATO based in Oslo, Norway, an inspector of the Royal Air Force based at Strike Command, Senior Account Officer at RAF College Cranwell, consultant to the Ministry of Defence Army Intelligence Corps and the Learning & Skills Council, External Verifier and government inspector of education and vocational training. He currently works as a Sussex Police volunteer writer. He has been the founder of two national charities. He has travelled widely – to many areas of Europe and North Africa, Oman, Greenland and Spitsbergen, Iceland, Australia, the Falkland Islands, Canada, China, Cyprus, and Lebanon.
David’s intention is to write until the universe stops him.