Who Am I?


Drew Martin is an aspiring author born in Abingdon, Virginia. He maintains a blog he posts to several times a week. Topics include poetry, reviews, writing tips, random thoughts, and even the occasional photograph. His first attempts at creative writing and poetry came when he was in the 8th grade. From that time he has developed a distinct style drawn from many influences. After 15 years of focusing on poetry, he branched out into prose. His first attempts at short fiction were to write short stories which could fall in line with episodes of the classic television show The Twilight Zone. His wide range of interests give him a great depth of writing material. At present, he’s working on a novel called The Lost Crypt. In early January 2017 he completed a Twilight Zone themed poetry collection titled Songs Beyond the Signpost. The collection is in the early stages of seeking a publisher. Drew enjoys expressing his creativity in the kitchen and on his charcoal grill. Apologizes to Hank Hill. An avid reader, he has a book set as currently reading on his goodreads.com profile. Drew is a huge fan of college football. Every Saturday in the fall he watches as many games as he can, and during the season writes a weekly piece. He never misses his favorite team, the Notre Dame Fightin’ Irish. Drew is a fan and one of many co-owners of the Green Bay Packers. These two aren’t the only teams he follows, as Drew is a fan of the Chicago Cubs, Boston Celtics, and Detroit Red Wings. Drew is a cat person. While circumstances have separated him from many of his former cats, he does have custody of his first cat, an eight-year-old tabby named Scampers.

Copyright © Drew Martin 2017


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