A Little About Me

F. Kenneth Taylor

Online introductions isn’t really my thing, but I think its best to start things off by saying a little about myself, however, I’m not trying to write my autobiography (yet), so I’ll be brief, and give you the basics.

I was born and raised in St. Louis, MO, I’m 37, a proud uncle of one nephew, Terrion (8yrs), and an equally proud godfather of two god-daughters, Clinnesha (19yrs) and Brittany (14yrs). I joined the Air Force in 1995, and was deployed to the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, GA as a member of a Military Security Joint Task Force. I studied Commercial Art & Black History at St. Louis Community College @ Florissant-Valley between 1996-1998. In 2004 I moved to Chicago, IL and attended Universal Technical Institute (UTI), where I earned a Diploma in Automotive Repair & Technology.  In 2010, I became a licensed MO State Vehicle Safety & Emissions Inspector-Mechanic.  In Jan. 2012, I published my first book, “Corner Pocket”, and in Mar. 2012, I published my second book, “Aftermath: A Saga Begins”.

My interests includes; Writing (love it with a passion), Drawing, Working Out, Hosting Social Functions (BBQs, Super Bowl Parties, etc), Working on cars, Traveling (road trips & flying) and much more.

I’m usually a laid back person, I love my space & privacy, I’m a true music lover of all genres, but my favorites are those soulful Motown Classics, I’m very conscientious towards social/ethnic matters/events, I could be very impatient, and I’m highly outspoken.

So there you have it–A little about me.  Its actually a little more than I planned on saying, but oh well!

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