David Fletcher Chase is an old soul in the body of a 35-year-old. He’s been fascinated with Psychology since the fourth grade. “Miss Krummin taught us the ‘magic pen’ trick. Essentially, you take a unique looking pen, keep it visible while you study, then hide the pen away until it’s time to take the test. Use the pen while taking the test and you will have total recall of everything you studied”, David explained. His grades in school didn’t exactly prove the “magic pen” trick worked all too well. Nevertheless, his college years were consumed with Psychological pursuits – why people do the things they do and the path they’ve traveled to become the person they now are. He’s made a career out of writing – books, blogs, articles for major print publications, even analysis and commentary for major media outlets. David reads voraciously and counts Flannery O’Connor, Stephen King, Jane Roberts and Nicolai Gogol among his favorites. He spends the majority of his time with his dogs along the banks of the Ohio River near Cincinnati.