Bill Allen may be described as an unusual man who has accomplished an unusual many deeds. In fact, it has been said that if you total up all the things he claims to have done, he cannot possibly be less than seven hundred years old.
No one knows if this is true. All that is certain is that for a good many years he has been living in Melbourne, Florida with his wife, Nancy, writing software by day and, well, mostly sleeping by night. Every now and again he writes stories, too. But then I guess that's why you've stopped by to read about him.
Orson Buggy’s Lessons for Losers is a laugh-out-loud glimpse into one boy’s struggle with the absurdity of starting seventh grade.
DONNELL: Your resume says you are 700 years old. Is that true?
BILL: Absolutely not, knock on wood.
LOL, Bill, what original answers, and I'm so depressed. You'd rather meet the creator of the STOP SIGN than me? Well, GLIAS readers, there ya go....
GLIAS Readers, today I'll be giving a copy of Orson Buggy's Lesson for Losers to one lucky commenter. But to be entered, answer this question:
BILL ALLEN: If you could live your life in reverse, what steps would you take to prepare for your 21st birthday party. (If you're younger than 21, don't post your answer until you're 22.)