I was born in Massachusetts, U.S.A. I moved to the San Francisco Bay Area when I was two years old, and I have lived here ever since.
I have long harbored an interest in writing. For three years I was a reporter for the Tri-City Voice, a local newspaper in Fremont. I have attended the San Francisco Writer’s Conference for two years (2008-2009).
I have a deep passion when it comes to working in the community. I have worked in several local political campaigns, worked as an intern in a California State Assemblymember’s office, volunteered at an election poll, and tried to raise awareness by participating in the annual National Alzheimer’s Memory Walk.
Along with these avid interests, I enjoy singing, acting, and generally being involved in the Performing Arts. I also love playing sports, such as tennis and long distance running.
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Twenty Years to Judgement Day
by Karthik Raman
Confrontation means death. Or so Clint Huntsford thought when he abandoned his life in Chicago and ran to Virginia. Fourteen years later his demons return to haunt him, and Clint is quickly finding that there is no room left to run. Meanwhile, Jess Kramer has to face demons of his own as he navigates the treacherous waters of corporate Chicago. Two men, with one terrible past. Can they survive?
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