My name is Connor and I am a Demand Planner for a wholesale apparel distributor that is an award-winning supplier of 21 retail, private label and mill brands. The company I work for supplies both apparel and accessories to screen printers, embroiderers, promotional products distributors, athletic dealers and more..so much more. If you want to know what all of that really means, in the words of my fiancé: I guess for a living and get paid for it.

If you are still reading you are either:

A) My mom

B) Really bored

C) Have a problem and enjoy torturing yourself

I’m thinking you’re an Option B and you’re just really bored. Maybe Option C. I’d take that too. Either way, you have stumbled upon my blog – a blog that is very necessary for my survival. I graduated with a BA in English Literature with an emphasis in Eco-Criticism and Environmental Literature yet work in a business analytics capacity within the heart of Corporate America. This blog is the space that I get to pretend to be a writer. I come here after a long day of crunching numbers and fighting with suppliers, pour myself a bourbon, sit in front of the fire and muse. Actually there’s no fireplace because my house is not that nice. It just makes for a better picture.

I tend to write about whatever I feel like: Zombies (I’m writing a zombie novel), Books, TV & Film, Food, Drinks, Fitness, and whatever else comes to my mind at 2 a.m (mom, don’t read this).

So here’s to you Options B and C (mom, last chance – don’t read). B, I hope you find something amusing in these pages to ease your boredom. If not, I really recommend a dog. Dogs make excellent friends. C, I hope you get help. But while you’re here you might as well take a look around.


Connor | Writer by Necessity


16 thoughts on “About

  1. I love you “about” section, and I’m neither A, b or C. =) Good luck with your writing!

  2. I enjoyed reading your writing. Nice style, engaging. One thing: here, is spelt, hear, if it is in relation to you hearing sounds with your ears. “I can almost hear the trees.” I feel you will be a great success, and completely understand how easy it is to write and not think about spelling. Particularly in this spellcheck saturated techno world. Good luck.

      • Sure thing. I don’t normally comment on grammar errors, I just feel a similar passion about writing and from your blog felt the horror of such a striking error.

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