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Nicholas Jagdeo

220 Naparima-Mayaro Road, Palmyra
San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago

Email: nickjagdeo@gmail.com

MSN: nickjagdeo@msn.com

I'm a first-time writer who's only just finished my first manuscript and was already in the beginning stages of my second one when I decided to start to the process of getting my first manuscript published, only to come across a whole new world of publishing that is daunting and unknown to me. I'm trying to do the proper research and make the best choices, but I'm really a novice at this - I'm at a loss!
I thought the hardest part of this whole process would be the writing and struggling to find adjectives and trying to get my thoughts properly captured by words - but I realize that was the easy part. The part is now.
I'm 22 years old currently in my final year at University. I am from Trinidad and Tobago and I've had no previous experience with writing (as I'm sure you've gathered). I am a complete read-aholic. I've grown up with an insane passion for the written word - and sometimes the oral word as well, because I am so very loquacious lol. I've gotten the prerequiste awards throughout high school that you'd expect an aspiring writer to have: highest in the school, highest in my city - and so on. The only thing is - I'm currently enrolled in pursuing a degree in Business Management, an entire subject area that holds no real passion for me.
Well that's about it - any help from anyone would be greatly appreciated! :)
Much thanks
Nick

Interests: Writing

Published writer: No

Freelance: No