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FUN4daMental - Charles Burgess (TheStoryTellah)

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Charles Burgess was born in Providence Rhode Island August 15th 1970, he moved to Milwaukee Wisconsin as a child with his parents and grandparents. Growing up Charles attended various schools and played various instruments. Changing love's in highschool to basketball Charles decided that it wasn't the sport of choice. Becoming a bowler and joining the tour he traveled to different cities for over twenty years.
Finally in 2004 Charles decided to try his hand at writing, after being an avid reader through out his life he felt that he really wanted to give creating a manuscript a try. He sat down at his office desk in 2004 while working at State farm Insurance and wrote the book Homies. Which he self published through Publish America. The warm welcome he got from the readers made him feel like he could really get into the art of writing. Charles then took a break and joined the auto industry for several years, then opened a Night Club in Milwaukee. In 2008 when the night club business went belly up Charles decided to write his second novel titled , Don't Say you Do If You Don't. which was an urban romance novel and did fairly well.
Since the release of that second title there has been eight more books, two antholgies and one poetry collaboration. Charles new title Cricket and Honey-The Right to Remain Silent is his latest release, which is an urban tale of two female undercover police officers who both are from different cities and become partners in the same city.
Charles Burgess prides himself on delivering a story like no other urban fiction author in the genre, he has been knick named the Storytellah for his story lines through out his manuscripts....Charles was quoted saying..."I Plan to write 100 novels before slowing down."

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