About Leslie

I was born in a small southern town in East Tennessee. You’ve already stopped reading, haven’t you? Seriously, this bio won’t be that boring. But I will warn you – I can hardly say anything in twenty words or less.

If there are just a few things that you need to know about me, it would be these:

My favorite quote (if I’m feeling profound) is, “If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”

If I’m feeling goofy (which is most of the time), my favorite quote is, “I fart in your general direction.” Monty Python’s Holy Grail. Say it out loud in a horrible French accent. It’s hilarious, believe me.

I love Martis Amis, and Money is one of my favorite books of all time. I could watch Supernatural and The Walking Dead over and over again because I love zombies and hunky boys who kill demons. (And apparently, I’m a thirteen year old girl).

I feel the need to save every homeless cat and dog on the planet, and although I know that’s not possible, I’m hoping that if I scream loud enough, all the stupid people will start spaying and neutering (themselves as well as their pets).

As far as dreams and goals…well, I’m living the dream. But, my goal is to take over the world. So, I should probably get started on that.

My debut novel, Nicholas Fry and the Pizza Thief, is now available on Amazon.

Stay tuned for more updates!

3 thoughts on “About Leslie

  1. I know I’ll probably never see your face again, and the years may come and go, quite quickly, I might add, but every once in a while (all the time), I stop to think about you; where you are; what you’re up to, who you’re with… if you’re alive; and then I wonder, what IS that on the floor by my T.V…? It’s normally a worm that my cat, Jane, has be-gifted me. She loves when it rains. The worms just seem to come to the surface solely for the purpose of her entertainment.

    ‘Anyway’, as you used to say, I would love to hear from you, old friend. And, when I say, ‘old’, I mean older than me. :). I miss ya!

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