The Author

“Actually, NATO wouldn’t even exist if I didn’t get them to pay up.”
  — Donald Trump, March 4, 2023 at CPAC


Welcome to my humble WordPress abode. Yes, these are pressed word walls.

Do visit The T-Rump Dig for every thrown bone from the Trumpassic Period. Launched at the 163-day mark, we’ve survived to the very end. That’s 1464 days and 30,000 lies told during the Tyrumposaurus’ overstay in the Oval Dwelling. The insanity has finally ended. We hope. Telling the T-Rump’s story the past three-and-a-half years was my cathartic gift to the shocked and wrongly awed. And of course to keep my remaining faculties and follicles in tact.

The T-Rump Dig evolved in September 2019 into a musical dino-rockfest available for your listening pleasure as a podcast on Podbean. Each week, Monday’s and Friday’s posts were packaged as a Saturday podcast. Do partake and feel free to sing along to remember those T-Rump blues that desperately needed chasing away.

Having finally put the T-Rump Dig back in its archeological bed, I’m back to being a novelist and screenwriter delving … er, careening through Humor, Historical Fiction, Satire and all punch lines between. My novels and novellas here are linked to their respective eBook page at Amazon. I’ve just completed my baseball book Seven Septembers, to be launched later this month on MLB’s Opening Day, March 30.

As always, my laughter hopefully becomes yours. Thank you for your much-valued support.

One reply on “The Author”

[…] David Belisle is a prolific comedy writer and screenwriter who has a lot of comedy “pieces” in prose form. Typical objects of satire are baseball, Trump, pizza, Canadian politics, cowboys. Worth mentioning is that Berlisle has been writing an ongoing series, Trumpassic Period, consisting of one volume for each year Trump has been in office. He writes and produces the T-Rump Dig Podcast on a weekly basis where he dramatizes the mess that is Trump. I listened to two podcast episodes, and they were fun and silly. I suspect the transcripts of these episodes is nowhere near as entertaining as the podcasts. About half his pieces are on Smashwords and half the pieces are exclusively on Amazon (KU) (author website) […]


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