“Words are the professional dress of online visibility.”

Dave is a writer, editor, and proofreader. He has a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Boise State University and a master’s degree in English Literature from Mercy College.

Dave provides all of the quality control for DaSh factor.

With an extensive background in business administration and benefits management, he understands the importance of nuanced communications. His are the last eyes to review every piece of content before it goes live, making every word matter.

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Featured Book Editing Projects



Complicated Creatures: Part One by Alexi Lawless

Goddess Rising: A Prequel (Complicated Creatures Book) by Alexi Lawless

Complicated Creatures Part 1.5: A Novella by Alexi Lawless

Hell or High Water: Complicated Creatures Part Two by Alexi Lawless

Fearless: Complicated Creatures Part Three by Alexi Lawless


Growing Up Calabrese and Other Stories: A Memoir by Steven J. Sacco

Talent Is a Team Sport by Denise Graziano

Secrets of Retail Real Estate: How Successful Retailers Win by Steve Morris

The Case for Impact: A Guide To Creating Value In A World Of Social and Environmental Challenges

Books by David T. Bruce

Nietzsche Rebooted in the Twenty-First Century: Cylon Supermen in Battlestar Galactica

Nietzsche Rebooted in the Twenty-First Century: Cylon Supermen in Battlestar Galactica explores parallels that liken Friedrich Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke Zarathustra with Executive Producers David Eick’s and Ronald D. Moore’s television production of Battlestar Galactica.

David explores the reality of multimedia and screenplays as viable forms of literature that will engage scholars immersed in twenty-first-century technology. By doing so, he demonstrates how classic literature becomes accessible to an audience adept at learning and theorizing in ways that go beyond text on the page.

Book of politically charged poetry featuring the poem “Modern-Day Pirates,” which was featured in the 2007 poetry anthology, In Other Words.  

A chapbook of haunting poetry and social commentary.