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Sean Hanley

London, United Kingdom

Email: seanhanley1@hotmail.com

Worked around the world as a night club GM. More life experience than you could shake a shitty stick at. I've interest from the BBC, BSkyB and Channel 4 in regard to a new sitcom idea.

Expectation = 0. Ability = 10. Sex Appeal: 37.5

If you've read this far, you'd be stupid not to get in contact.

Money is my driving factor,I'll write Mills and Boon if it lines my pockets.

The beginning of a short story:

I used to wonder what it would take to put things in to words, luckily half bottle of vodka and a touch of tonic has given me the impetus to finally sit and type. Hereís me, hunched over my keyboard carefully winding my hair round my index finger until itís in a small scrunched knot, then feeling the pleasure of ripping the hairs and memories out strand by strand. I know deep down that it doesnít matter how many fall on the desk, float into the air, or are put into the almost full ashtray (giving off that acrid stench that makes me open the window to the cold night air).
Thereís more from where they came from, itís a never ending reminder.

There are always more.

What happened still aches in the back of my mind. Never quite fully within my grasp, almost like a childhood memory- but still only a week old. Not good, not good at all. Hopefully by writing this Iíll purge my memory, erase the things that wake me in the middle of the night Or at least pass them on.

You know you love it! Get me out of my headhunting hell hole!

Lookin' for a Lit Agent(18-97), got unsubmitted work, sexy ideas and a talent that bitch slaps everything else. Come on and make me your dawg!- For a price....

Interests: The human condition and Jerry Fukin' Springer. I'm a follower of the 3 'A's- Artistry Arrogance And Alcahol... Mmmmmn....Beer....

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes