David Levin

Science Fiction

Houston-based lawyer who writes on overcoming personal struggles and creating hope in bad situations.

David Levin is a Houston attorney who is known as a BOI (born on the island of Galveston, Texas). He received his BA and JD from the University of Houston. His career has allowed the author to experience of a wide array of sobering realities, from exhilarating legal successes to people in acute trouble. His literary themes include overcoming personal demons and weaknesses, creating hope in a seemingly hopeless situation, and the reality of good defeating evil. David has written two nonfiction self-help books and seven novels. He and his wife have two sons, four grandchildren, and two Wheaten Terrier sisters.

Read BookTrib’s review of David’s book, Phase Rider.

For more information on David Levin, visit his website.


Promise (2008)

Teen Law (2009)

The Demons of San Antonio (2013)

Demon Dust (2014)

Meatball Heaven (2015)

Rue (2015)

Sine Qua Non (2016)

A Fracking Good Time (2016)

Phase Rider (2019)

Biggest literary influencers:

Dean Koontz, Ernest Hemingway

Last book read:

Atlas Shrugged

The book that changed your life:

Childhood’s End by Arthur C. Clarke is a fascinating, yet chilling, tale of the end of our world by an alien race over which we have no power. However, as omnipotent as the alien menace seems to be, there is a hopeful note in the survival of earth’s children. Tragedy, yet hope, is a theme in David Levin’s works.

Your favorite literary character:

Atticus Finch is the fictional lawyer representing a client against whom the deck is stacked. He remains strong and honorable even in the face of defeat and tragedy.

Currently working on:

The sequel to Phase Rider

Words to live by:

Never allow a critic to douse your literary fire.

Advice to new and aspiring authors:

Keep writing in your own voice.

Articles / Reviews:

BlueInk Reviews

Kirkus Indie Reviews