Unpublished Writer / Call Center Supervisor
Saul Sandoval grew up in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas near Harlingen. When growing up, he dreamed of working in the movies and in high school decided that a degree in Radio Television and Film was the right track. Heading to the University of North Texas Denton to study film, he found that he most enjoyed screenwriting and focused on his writing skills. As life tends to happen, his father grew ill and chose to come back to the Rio Grande Valley to help his family out, finishing his Bachelors in English at the local University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (formerly University of Texas Brownsville). Having tasted the writing bug, he decided to enroll at Southern New Hampshire University where he currently is working on his Masters in Fine Arts in Creative Writing while working full-time as a supervisor at a work from home call center. He enjoys reading mystery, science fiction and other contemporary fiction. As a writer, he plans to create original works of fiction for publication through either the traditional methods or self-publication route. Sandoval writes to bring light to the Rio Grande Valley border region of south Texas where he is from and the people that live in it. His work is for anyone seeking stories that bridge the gap between generations of family members. It is his hope that no matter your race or ethnic background, his work can appeal to anyone needing a little diversity in their life and reading material. He is currently working on his first novel and lives with his partner Matt and cat Manitas in Roma, Tx.
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