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A bit about me.

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Monday, February 7, 2011

A bit about me.

Hi everyone and welcome to my blog.

I suppose I should start off with a little background about myself.

I was born in a small town in rural Western Australia. After spending my formative years growing up on the family farm I was abruptly packed off to boarding school to learn about why the city doesn't like to spend money on rural schools.

Once at boarding school I discovered my love of being hung from balconies by my feet and being tormented for having an IQ in excess of 100. It was also here that I picked up the invaluable life long habit of procrastination.

After deciding that I didn't have enough education I gave university a go and diligently proved that you can graduate from a science degree whilst either drunk or hungover. It was during a sober moment at university that I met my future wife and editor when she inexplicably didn't run away when I introduced myself.

Not satisfied with punishing my liver with a mere Bachelors degree I signed on for a PhD before realising all too late that a PhD wouldn't grant me the power to write prescriptions. Now highly over-educated and in need of a job I proceeded to move out of the city in order to lower my chances of employment. But, as fate would have it, a job in the government sector hunted me down and has since trapped me in paper work.

It was only then after crawling out from under a very important piece of triplicate I was burying for the requisite 'filing time' that I decided to turn one of my hobbies into a career. Since Metallica didn't need a lead guitarist, and at 1.82m I'm too tall to be an Olympic weightlifter, I decided upon writing.

My first story was written at the age of 9 after discovering Douglas Adams. Like any other preteen, my writings reflected the last thing I had seen on TV. It was in year 7 that my teacher, Mr Melhuish, would encourage my writing further by actually praising it. It only took 22 years for this praise to overcome my diligent procrastination efforts.

I hope this blog will be of interest to some as I journey towards my first novel and beyond. Subscribe, comment and generally tell me how wonderful I am. I'll try to return the favour.

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At September 16, 2011 at 3:15 PM , Blogger Sarah Elisabeth said...

Good luck with your writing! Heh, I'm going to try and stick around to read more of your posts.

At September 16, 2011 at 4:17 PM , Blogger Tyson Adams said...

Thanks Sarah!


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