Hey, I’m David Andrew Wiebe and I make things.
My website and writing are simple on purpose. I don’t want people to “miss the point for the writing around it.”
I love to create. I love to learn. I love adventure.
I’m living the nomadic life. I currently live in Abbotsford, BC, Canada.
I’ve been interviewed a few times.
Here is what others have said about me.
That’s all I wish to say about myself here, but if you want to go deeper, you can peruse my About page.
Catstar Images does my photos. Thanks!
Here’s My Music
Here are my solo works (guest appearances/session playing excluded).
You can learn more about my music here.
Here Are My Books
I’ve been writing for years, but my love affair with it officially began in 2012. I’ve self-published four books so far, and there will be more to come.
The New Music Industry (Review)
The Essential Guide to Music Entrepreneurship (Review)
The Essential Guide to Creative Entrepreneurship (Review)
Start Your Year the Right Way
The Music Entrepreneur Code (Review)
You can learn more about my books here.
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Things I’ve Written
For those times when people say, “you’ve got to write an article about that!” Read them. Share them. Print them up and put them on your wall (others have).
The Music Entrepreneur Code: How to Get Paid for Your Passion and Impact More Fans Without Wasting Years of Your Life and Thousands of Dollars is available in Kindle and paperback formats now! A lot of extra work went into this book (I went over and above in making it...
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