Writer and Small Business Owner in Florida
I was born April 18, 1970 in Miami, Florida and relocated to Lake City, Florida with my family in the summer of 1982.
On May 1, 2004, I opened a local computer repair shop. Over the next couple of years, I began to help some faraway friends with their computers through remote access. Upon realizing the many benefits of remote access computer services, I launched EarlsHelpDesk.com in the early part of 2008.
In 2011, in response to a subtle suggestion of a dear friend, I began to overcome severe addiction to tobacco cigarettes gradually and simultaneously began to write my first book, "Maybe You Should Move Those Away From You." The book is an intimate account of my journey to overcome severe tobacco cigarette addiction. It incidentally also conveys the story of the start of my writing career.
After publishing, I began working on several fictitious masterpieces as well as additional non-fiction. Besides writing, I’m still repairing computers remotely and, to keep my mind sharp, I also own and operate CleanWIP Magazine, a magazine for writers who market their books as 'clean' and the readers who love them.
You can visit CleanWIP.com with a click of the button above.