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About Me

Hello, dear Reader!

My name is Travis Ray Garner.

I am an American citizen.  I am a fifth‑generation Californian.  I am a budding author of both fiction and nonfiction.  And I possess a few college degrees:  (1) an Associate of Arts; (2) an Associate of Science; (3) a Bachelor of Arts (in the English language); and (4) a Juris Doctor.

It is my sincere hope that you will enjoy what I write, even though I choose to disable the comments so as to snub those spiteful and incorrigible trolls.

Yours in Service,
Travis Ray Garner

P.S.  Stay tuned for future authorial announcements.

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