Order of David Wellington Books
David Wellington is an American author of horror, fantasy and thriller novels. He writes the Monster Island Trilogy, Laura Caxton/Vampire series, Cheyenne Clark/Werewolf series and Jim Chapel Missions series. He has also written fantasy novels as David Chandler. Wellington attended Syracuse University, earned his MFA in creative writing from Penn State, and also earned his Master’s degree in Library Science from Pratt Institute. He lives in New York City with his wife and dog.
David Wellington had been writing horror fiction, and decided to publish it online in serial form. Eventually, word got to Thunder’s Mouth Press and they wanted to publish Monster Island, which came out in 2006. Below is a list of David Wellington’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Monster Island Trilogy Books
Publication Order of Laura Caxton Vampire Books
Publication Order of Cheyenne Clark Werewolf Books
Publication Order of Ancient Blades Trilogy Books
Publication Order of Jim Chapel Missions Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Stories
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Graphic Novels
Notes: The Ancient Blades Trilogy was written under the pen name of David Chandler. Frostbite was also published as Cursed. Overwinter was also published as Ravaged. The graphic novel Marvel Zombies: The Complete Collection, Vol. 2 also contains contributions by Seth Grahame-Smith, Robert Kirkman, Fred Van Lente and Jonathan Maberry. The anthology Shifters also contains stories by Terry Alexander, Mandy DeGeit, Kris Freestone, Aaron Gudmunson, Tara Hall, Tara Fox Hall, Dane Hatchell, Robert Helmbrecht, Christian A. Larsen, Adam Millard, Doug Murano, Brent Nichols, Cameron Suey, D. Alexander Ward and Jay Wilburn.
If You Like David Wellington Books, You’ll Love…
David Wellington Synopsis: Weaponized is a short story by David Wellington that originally appeared in the anthology The New Dead: A Zombie Anthology. A reporter goes undercover into a secretive new branch of the United States military. The story is frightening and perhaps too real…