The Early Years
The other day someone asked him the following question, "John, where do you call home?"
It was a tough question, and he had to shake his head and reply that he had never known a place called home.
He had indeed experienced a lot of things. Here is a bit of information about just his first year of life which hopefully will suffice. It all started in the month of July during a warm summer when he entered this world and took up residence at a university dormitory in Norman, Oklahoma.
By winter, he was experiencing the frigid winter up north near Canada in Spokane, Washington.
Nevertheless, he celebrated his first birthday in a small mud hut situated in the steamy jungles of southern Mexico in a tiny village named Sayula. That was just his first year.
He has also lived in Lynchburg, Virginia; Huntington Beach, California; Taipei, Taiwan; Shanghai, China; and Williston, North Dakota. So, for a place called home, take your pick.
In more recent years, John comes from a background of providing website material for many types of clients. He has extensive experience providing text for websites, blog posts, emails, advertisements, scripts for TV shows, and information for use in official documents.
He has written extensively on various topics for blogs and private websites on shopping, yoga, fitness apparel, and current events. In addition to these services, he assists bloggers in keyword and SEO research. He has enjoyed the opportunity to design websites for niche markets and write specialized material.
His writing experience includes writing on a great variety of topics ranging from diet and nutrition to philosophy and spirituality. His style has been described as informative; yet also humorous, entertaining, and insightful.
He occasionally also provides assistance to individuals struggling to complete longer works such as novels, by providing editing and writing services.
Yes, there are also hobbies. John enjoys jogging, yoga, camping, reading novels, guitar music, and doing research on any random topic that might turn into a niche market or work-at-home opportunity.