David Bornstein began his writing career in 2nd grade as the editor of his elementary school newspaper. He has written short stories and feature articles that have appeared in The Florida Magazine, The Detroit Free Press, The Ann Arbor Observer, and wrote a weekly column for the Heritage Jewish News for more than a decade. He won the Florida Screenwriter’s Competition, and has received numerous awards as an advertising copywriter and producer. David and his wife Patricia live in Winter Park, Florida. They have three children: Ethan, Jerica, and Gabriel, and one dog named Khaleesi. While David has never aspired to greatness in any baseball capacity, he has lived, breathed, and suffered through it for nearly 20 years – almost as long as he has been a parent.