I was raised and currently live in Austin, TX. I’ve been writing for years, but never really had anything important to say until Letters From Limbo. My journey through Limbo began when I was 20 with a diagnosis of cancer – a tumor growing in the third ventricle of my brain. This diagnosis would end up being the best thing to ever happen to me. This experience inspired me to face my mortality and reevaluate how I saw my world. I am grateful for this second chance at life, for the opportunity to make my world a better place. I currently try to spend every day in a way that does not to waist this chance.

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