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Gender
Male
Birthday
October 9 1984
Location
Oxford, Mississippi
About Me
I am a writer turned registered nurse who also happens to write. I grew up in Oxford, Mississippi, land of William Faulkner and the inspiration for Yoknapatawpha County. I feel a drive to write everyday even after a 12 hours nursing shift, so I figure that's something to run with. I want to grow as a writer and connect with people through my writing. I regularly blog on health and nursing related topics, and I write short stories.
Type of Writer
Journalist, Short Stories
Writing Style
Conversational, Scientific, Business
Interests
Literature, Nursing, Public Health, Photography, Travel, Astronomy, History, Science
Website / Homepage
Favorite Genres
Short Story, Essay, Satire, Southern Gothic, Slice of Life, Horror, Thriller, Science Fiction, Crime, Features and Editorials
Favorite Books
To Kill a Mockingbird, A Good Man is Hard to Find, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, East of Eden, The Stand, The Road, The Lottery, The Scarlett Letter, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, And Then There Were None
Favorite Authors
Flannery O'Conner, John Steinbeck, Harper Lee, Edgar Allen Poe, Jack London, Charles Dickens, Tennessee Williams, Cormac McCarthy, Raymond Carver, Agatha Christie, Jules Verne, Shirley Jackson
Favorite Movies
Million Dollar Baby, Raiders of the Lost Ark, To Kill a Mockingbird, Bringing Up Baby
Favorite Shows
The Walking Dead
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