This has all changed To the Revised Ferellonian King series

All three books have been revised, retitled and rewritten, as necessary, with new covers. Just email me, if you need anything.


ABOUT David Bergsland

David Bergsland had a long career in graphic design and printing, font design, art & creative direction, and college-level teaching of these things. He began writing when he turned fifty. By the time he retired from that career, his entry into full-time writing, designing, and publishing was a natural transition.

After becoming a Christian in 1974 out of a life of depravity and the occult, the love of his life (outside of the Lord and his wife, Patricia) became teaching scripture. These days he’s working harder than ever in all these pursuits—even enjoying life now that his wife of 43 years went home—and becoming acquainted with Rochester, New York, and the Finger Lakes.

Connect with David online: 

Facebook: David Bergsland and Radiqx Press

X: @davidbergsland

Websites: [non-fiction] and [fiction]

Visit David Bergsland on Goodreads 


Publishing/Marketing Queries:

Radiqx Press

275 Sandalwood Drive
Rochester, New York 14616

Author Contact 

David Bergsland:

David is available for online or digital appearances and interviews; contact Radiqx Press [see above] to schedule. 

ABOUT Radiqx Press 

Our name [pronounced ra-diks] is an unofficial dba of David used for his publishing work. Though he has published a few things for others, that has largely ceased. The sharp focus is publishing spirit-filled fiction and non-fiction. The goal is to make a life walking with Jesus uncommonly clear and simple to give our culture (where true belief has become a myth or fantasy) the Truth. If you have any questions, please contact us through

AUTHOR INTERVIEW for the Revised Ferellonian King series

Realistically, how long did your story take you to brainstorm, write, rewrite, edit and publish?

Well, it’s been over three decades of imagining, writing, tossing, starting over, and finally outlining to get it to the point that I felt I could write a completed manuscript. Then beta readers and editors triggered a major rewrite and expansion. So in total, it took about thirty-seven years—give or take a couple of months. 

So the questions every aspiring Author wants to know: From whence did your ideas come? Describe the process.

It started as a reaction to the increasingly ugly state of fantasy books. I grew tired of the perversions, lack of hope, and generally dark visions in the books I was reading. I missed the true heroes and heroines. I wanted an uplifting vision to pull me out of the daily horror show of reality. But I also wanted to show that horror and the source of it. It had turned into a prayerful result of seeking the Lord for the anointing.

Who are your top 3 books/authors outside of scripture?

There are far too many to count. I’ve been a voracious reader since the early 1950s. I had a long science fiction period with Asimov, Herbert, Heinlein and all the rest. Dune and Ringworld were two I remember in particular. I read a lot of romance in my early teens, with Gone With the Wind having a major effect on me. But LOTR was life-changing. IN the past few decades, I’ve read a lot of military/political thrillers or action/adventure. I’ve read everything from Tom Clancy, Clive Cussler, for example. But there were many more.

I didn’t begin reading Christian fiction until the 90s, and most of it was pretty weak—barely Christian in most cases. It was the time of the dreaded “clean read”. It’s only since the advent of ebooks toward the end of the first decade of the new millennium that excellent speculative Christian fiction became the focus of my Reading. It’s now a major focus of my life and ministry. The new self-publishing paradigm has been a tremendous opportunity for many of us.

But if I have to pick three:

The Warrior Kind Guy Stanton III

Lord of the Rings J.R.R. Tolkien

The Chadash Chronicles-David G. Johnson

What is your favorite life memory?

Getting to know my wife during the renewal of the seventies. This was during my transformation from depraved, drug-crazed flower child/hippie to a child of God. It was an amazing time.

If you could give an aspiring author 1 piece of advice, what would it be?

Focus on discovering the Lord’s will for your life. Then persevere. Keep on producing, every day. You are building a body of work and a consistent stance demonstrating who you really are.

Have you already started on your next book?  Give us a tiny pitch…

Since I wrote these, I created a fifteen-novel saga about living in the near future as we get ready for the Lord to take us home.

What does your average writing day look like?

Now that my wife went home, I normal get up by 9am and then I basically write until 11pm. Six days a week.

Where do you find your entertainment?

Increasingly, most of the stuff which really interests me is found on youtube. I’m convinced that the end is very near. So I also watch a lot of preaching, teaching, and prophetic interpretation. I work a lot at building my relationship with the Lord. Most entertainment is increasingly controlled by the enemy. The news has gotten so bad that I can’t watch it. My main entertainment is found in creating beautiful things. I write and do some drawing, landscaping, and wood-butchery to help decorate the house and the yard.