About Me

 

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I’m here to get to know you. Well, and to let you get to know me. I have done many things in my life, but now I consider myself a creator. I have some great stories that I want to tell, but I’ve never had the time to tell them. Now I do. Hopefully these stories will make good books. Whether they do or not is up to whoever reads them.

I live in South Carolina along our beautiful coastline. I grew up here, went to college here, and now I’m discovering its true beauty. I am also finally discovering myself.

I have a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in teaching. Throughout life so far I’ve been involved in EMS, law enforcement, and education. I seem to keep trying new things and then moving on. A perpetual wanderer I guess.

This blog will consist of a variety of things. I will often write about, well, writing. I’ll also be discussing politics and other topics that interest me. I hope you stick around!

P.S. I am a complete lover of Star Wars, Star Trek, Harry Potter, Doctor Who, DC and Marvel, and anything else nerdy you can think of.
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15 thoughts on “About Me

      1. elliecarstens

        Just copy the questions down and make a post similar to mine with a link to my blog, and then nominate up to five authors you know. 🙂

  1. Hi Allen, It’s great to meet you. Wishing you lots of inspiration and success with your writing adventure 🙂 And thank you for following my blog. I hope it offers some helpful info.

  2. Thanks for the follow. You had me at “rescue bunny”–my Bunlopp passed a few years ago, but she was one of the best pets I’ve ever had. She magically appeared whenever she heard the refrigerator door, followed me around like a puppy, and was the reason my daughters needed new headphones every week (soft wires are the best if you’re a rabbit, I guess). Looking forward to reading more of your writing.

    1. Yes, I run through wire particularly fast. Especially my iPhone charger! He is lucky because he gets free roam of the backyard during the day. If he gets tired or hot/cold, he just comes back inside.
      Thanks for stopping by!

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