He's the author of YA novel Hybrids, in which a virus causes teenagers to merge with technology in a terror-filled near-future world. Hybrids is "a stunningly clever novel" – The Times – and was winner of the HarperCollins-Saga Magazine 2006 Childrens Novelist competition.
His latest novel is the futuristic romantic tragedy/fantasy, Stormteller.
His 8,000 word story about Britain and Barcelona in 2080, For The Greater Good, is published in May 2017's free e-book Weatherfronts.
This interview by Hannah Murray of Talk Radio Europe with David gives a good summary! He talks about working for Marvel Comics, Hybrids, Stormteller, and caring for the environment:
He also co-wrote The Fastest Forward for Comic Relief, a feature film starring Jerry Hall, and co-founded the London Screenwriters' Workshop in the '80s.
One completed further novel is awaiting a contract: LifeTheft. He is developing a film version of Hybrids and is working on an SF novel, The Moebius Trip, which is probably the most mind-boggling time travel story you will ever read.
- Stormteller (Cambria Books, 2014)
- Hybrids (HarperCollins, 2007)
- Doc Chaos tv series, 1984-8 (Limehouse Pictures), (co-writer) and comics series (Escape 1984-8, Vortex 1989)
- Captain Britain (Marvel Comics, 1981-3, 1995, 2009, 2010) (co-writer)
- Doc Chaos: the Chernobyl Effect novella (Hooligan Press, 1988 and Cambria Books 2012)
- Satirica (Cowboy Logic Press, 2008) – two short stories, including Perfection, a short story about, well, a drug that makes everything perfect.
- Syndicated satirical and comic scripts and columns (Public Servants and Managing Hell, 2005-06)
- Plus the editor of about 90 graphic novels (for Marvel Comics, Fleetway, Titan Books, HarperCollins, Macdonald-Futura, 1987-2000).
Here's an interview in Writing Magazine with David by Anita Rowe's interview with David from from June '09.