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Lee Edward McIlmoyle
Lee in Limbo has been adding a lot of authors to his friends page lately. This is so he can get the idea in his head that writing and writers are not an impossible goal, now that he is actively trying to get into print. If you are one of those authors, he thanks you for stopping by to check. No, he isn't one of those phony Russian accounts that add you for no reason and then get banned a few days later. He's a real boy. Honest. And no, you are not obliged to add him back (I'm sure you knew that). However, he'd love to talk to you someday, so feel free to drop him a note.

Lee in Limbo is an ongoing experiment in prolonged exposure to failure and insecurity. He sometimes writes fiction, but hasn't been paid to do so yet. He sometimes does graphic design, when people think to pay him to. He sometimes writes songs, but has never made money at it. He also does cartooning and the occasional comic page, ditto, ditto and ditto. He has lots of bills to pay, and no money to pay them with. He is, fortunately, married to a woman who is far less idealistic (and far more useful) than he is. They have an obnoxious cat whom they live with in a small apartment in the middle of Hamilton, Ontario*. They talk about living in New York City a lot.

* which still hasn't figured out what to do with itself now that it's no longer making money as an industrial city, but can't reconcile itself with becoming a college town.
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"Lee M. enjoys mahjong, making quiche, and nude skydiving. He currently resides in Limboland with his wife D. and their 23 cats. Lee is hard at work on his new novel, a historical fiction set during the Drug Zombie Uprisings of the 2020s." ~Trunkyo

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