Carl Spencer Krendel
I was born to two doctors in Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America. 16 years later, I was writing professionally in high school. Today, 28 years later, I'm writing professionally, but not getting paid as much. I might go back to writing articles and essays so that I can afford to have a social life.
My life isn't on paper. It happens in 3D with very fine definition. I teach at a large university in Southeast Asia. My experience is kept deep inside. What I produce is the way that you can laugh in the dark, see a smile on your face while you loose a mortgage, or whatever it is that happens to you that you don't like.
by Carl Spencer Krendel
Marriage could happen, but it will not be easy. A young couple, comprised of a single parent and a wealthy refugee from African conflict, come together against the hilarious backdrop of international intrigue. A coffee shop's patrons conspire in the background (or perhaps the foreground) while the marriage progresses and their efforts at societal supremacy clash hilariously with moral pretension.
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