So you know what I look like – May 2020 with my most recent pair of glasses.
Music: most anything though I have a special love for 1980’s music
Movies: most anything though I have a special love for sci-fi, good comedy, and old classics
Food: Tacos, burgers, pizza though I like to try new stuff
Drink: Coffee, root beer, and anything non-alcoholic (sadly, my body does not like any kind of fermented alcohol)
Books: Way too numerous to mention but my heart belongs to romance and good non-fiction
Political affiliation: Flaming Liberal Progressive Democrat
Single, Never Married,
No Human Kids (just furry ones)
Born: May 15, 1974 (before the internet and MTV)
Born In: San Antonio, Texas (I still live there and I graduated from Judson High School in 1992 for any San Antonio peeps reading this)
My Bio In So Many Words (or less)
I grew up as a short, fat, extremely-shy and extremely-klutzy kid. And I’m still a short, fat, not-as-shy but still very-klutzy adult. I can’t remember not having an overactive imagination and am eternally grateful for it because at least it gives me somewhere to go when things get exceptionally-shitty. I graduated high school with low-B average, no SAT/ACT scores and no idea what I wanted to do other than write. When I was twenty-one, my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer and spent the next seven years helping to care for her until she died in 2002. My dad outlived her for nine years till he died in 2011.
I left home on my own for the first time in 2003 to be closer to my second call-center job and stayed in call-center hell until 2016. Since 2016, I’ve done delivery work, drove for Uber, gotten evicted from my apartment and lived out of motel rooms. But throughout all the bullshit, pain, and misery of my life I’ve protected my dream of being a creative professional. I’ve been writing seriously since I was ten years old and have been pursuing it off and on ever since.