Maybe I need a narrator to give a voiceover to catch everyone up.
PREVIOUSLY, ON DEV JARRETT THEATER...
...I lived in Kansas, a soldier stationed at Fort Riley.
...I had a book coming out called Casualties.
It was a very different time. I was a very different person.
I'm a civilian, living in South Carolina. I won't go into all of the fine print, but a military move was in there, a job change, and some other things. Being a civilian is fantastic, and do I even need to bring up the difference between Kansas and South Carolina? I looked at the weather for Manhattan, KS. A couple of days ago, the high was 12 degrees, and the low was 1 degree. And windchill? Don't go there. The wind is ALWAYS blowing in Kansas. Conversely, in South Carolina, we've got flowers blooming. Took this photo just the other day in the backyard:
I'm currently represented by Barbara Poelle of the Irene Goodman Literary Agency. Pretty great, right? She's looking over my most recent work right now.
(* What can I say? I'm an old-school fan of Castlevania)