Joined 8 years ago
Santano McCalla has been attempting to write ever since he realized crayons could also draw the ever-illustrious letters of the alphabet. He took his passion into his teenage years and wrote terrible novels which his friends clamoured over for some odd reason, as well as numerous articles for different sites and newspapers which served to simultaneously humble and invigorate him. Despite all his experience, he still considers himself an amateur and is constantly seeking to improve his skill and ability.
Though he never managed to make writing a career, coupled by the fact that he is still a student, currently at university, and is still writing terrible novels for friends, Santano takes every moment and avenue to put the pen to paper and revel in his passion, if only for a brief respite from life.
2 years ago
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