David Khara has always been a writer. After studying law, he stepped into journalism working for Agence France Press, and then became creative director for several advertising companies. He loves new technologies and started his own company at the age of twenty-four, becoming an online business pioneer for French industries. He served as a consultant for big-name companies such as Toyota, Clearchannel and Veolia for nearly twenty years, until he decided to change the course of his life and turn to writing fiction. In 2010, he published The Bleiberg Project, which became an immediate success and has sold more than 100,000 copies in France alone. He now dedicates his life to writing, and has published three books, which have reached the bestseller lists. David Khara is also an accomplished athlete in fencing and rubgy, and he even played football as a linebacker. He acknowledges that his culture is a much American as it is French, since he spent a lot of time in West Virginia and Manhattan, and is an avid fan of writers such as Dennis Lehane.
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Who wouldn’t want to be stronger, smarter, and more self-aware? Sophie Weiner, translator of The Morgenstern Project, gets to thinking about transhumanism.
An exciting new thriller by David Khara about what it means to be human.
Start a series with deals on backlist titles: The Consortium Thrillers by David Khara.
David Khara on truth and fiction colliding at Thriller Central.
David Khara talks about the journey of writing a historical thriller at Mystery Writing is Murder.
Mystery Fanfare hosts David Khara, who talks about bringing a hero to life.
Author David Khara talks to Crime Fiction Girl about The Bleiberg Project. This is how it begins. Click through to read the rest.
So you want to write a novel? A lot can be learned from those who have been there already, that is for sure. David Khara, who has written an exciting trilogy of thrillers, has been sharing tips with us. Here is the fourth in the series, and he attacks the key process of editing.
What’s the worst thing that can happen when you are writing a novel? Well, for some, it is writer’s block. Here, bestselling author David Khara, whose The Bleiberg Project is now available in English, tells us his secrets to overcoming the “blank page syndrome,” as it is called in French.
Here is the second installment in our tips on writing a novel from David Khara, the bestselling author of The Bleiberg Project, an exciting, World War II-conspiracy thriller.
As part of my Le French Book publishing venture, I get the rare privilege of working with a number of very successful French writers as we bring their work to new readers in English. David Khara is the author of The Bleiberg Project, a conspiracy thriller based on World War II and its consequences in today’s world.