The Unofficial Bio:
His career highlights include: accidentally tripping a panic alarm and nearly being shot by the police, being attacked in a drive-thru window by a woman wielding a baked potato, and sending the health department after his (very brief) place of employment.
His gifts can be used for good or evil, but rather than picking a side, he strives for BOTH (in alternating capacity) for his own amusement.
I am represented by Ginger Clark of Curtis Brown, Ltd.
The best place to learn about me, or stalk me, or basically to experience my brand of crazy for yourself is to find me on Twitter.
1. I’m left handed.
2. When I was in high school, I wanted to be discovered and move to Hollywood solely so I could be a writer for Buffy.
3. My first newspaper article, which precedes my autobiography by a year or so (obvious, I know, right?) consisted of about six sentences that all started out with, “Mrs. Tracey says.” (That would be my grandmother, btw. All I remember is that she was angry at my Uncle Joe). I thought this was how newspaper reporters wrote stories.
4. I started writing a novel in every year of high school, and never finished any of them. It took another ten years for me to actually sit down and finish a novel.
5. My mother infected me with her own personal brand of OCD. I can’t stand when the DVDs aren’t alphabetized, when the refrigerator isn’t organized to my exact preference, or when the files on my computer aren’t in the proper folders. And yet, I’m a little messy all the rest of the time.
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