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Dwayne S. Joseph

Dwayne S. Joseph began his writing career at the age of thirteen. Commandeering his parents’ computer, he sat for hours on end creating dramatic stories of fiction that earned him the moniker “best storyteller in the Joseph household.” He has consistently set out to entertain his readers with scenarios and characters that they love and love to hate.
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