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I was born in the great state of Colorado (yeah, that's right, I thought it was great BEFORE they legalized certain plant-based substances). I moved around the Midwest before finally landing in Chicago. I could talk about all the writing stuff, but we all like to read and write around here. So here's some random factoids.

I love the outdoors: hiking, biking, whatever, it's better than video games (which I kind of like, too). I've ran a Spartan race, for which my knees did not thank me, but which inspired a small part of the main character in my latest novel. I like to geek-out playing board games like Ticket to Ride or Munchkin, I listen to NPR, and I like Austin, TX, because, crowded or not, Barton Springs is the greatest place to swim.

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Mojofiction For some reason the time 12:34, am or pm, pops up constantly. One incident involved an old radio with an alarm built in. Inexplicably, it started…moreFor some reason the time 12:34, am or pm, pops up constantly. One incident involved an old radio with an alarm built in. Inexplicably, it started turning on at 12:34am and was tuned to a rock station I wasn't familiar with. It did this for several nights in a row before I realized the alarm kept getting reset to that time even though I wasn't doing it. I finally got rid of the radio (I just wanted to sleep through the night).(less)
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