I started writing my own stories when I was about seven years old. By the time I was eight or nine, I’d write 100 pages of a story and then promptly delete it because I didn’t think it was good enough. I’m a wee bit Type A.
As a kid, I’d always wanted to create my own magazines and comic books, movie trailers, and TV show ideas. It seemed pretty far-fetched at the time.
Since then, I’ve worked at two radio stations, created e-books for major publishers including McGraw-Hill and Pearson, published articles for Hearst, worked with music and film agencies, coordinated press for one of my favorite bands, and managed licensing requests for artist estates and writers like George R. R. Martin.
I’m ambitious and like to crush a challenge.