2011 Challenger: John Graham

| October 19, 2011 | 1 Comment

Hi everyone, my name is John Graham and I live in central Pennsylvania.  While I have a somewhat normal job, my true passion is writing in a variety of forms.  I have published children’s books that I enjoy reading at local schools and organizations, I’ve written a couple of comic books that you haven’t heard of….yet, and I like writing short stories for the more mature folks out there.

I’m going to be honest with you, I can’t draw.  When I saw the post for this challenge, it didn’t occur to me that it would involve drawing of any type, so I’ll be a little behind the curve.  I’ve decided to stick it out because the idea of creating 30 characters in 30 days intrigues me and I want to see if I can do it.  I have recently come up with a cool idea for a Young Adult novel series and I will need characters galore, so what better way to start out than discovering a ton of characters hiding in my brain.

Another great reason for jumping at this challenge is to hang with a variety of great artists using a variety of styles, so I’m excited to see what comes from it.  As a writer and self publisher, I am dependent on great artists to bring my visions to life, so I like to see what’s out there.  I don’t want to bore you with a super long bio, so if you want to know a little more about me, my work, or how I try to help creative people, please leave a message on this post or visit my two websites:  www.nosweetsforsanta.com and www.FIGIDPress.com.

Best of luck to you all!

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I'm a writer and comic book fan who attends East Coast conventions regularly. As a father of three, I find myself juggling being a father, a breadwinner, a publisher, and a writer. With the tiny bit of time I have left over from those four areas, I enjoy helping others get their books and stories out of the desk drawer and into the world.

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  1. Right on dude! I think a good character comes from a creative mind. It’s great to see writers bring their character development strengths to the challenge. I’m looking forward to see what you come up.

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