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Ben Alldride

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Ben Alldride

New Member, Male, 25, from Derbyshire, UK

Ben Alldride was last seen:
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 12, 1991 (Age: 25)
    Home Page:
    http://grandmastercrafter.com
    Location:
    Derbyshire, UK
    Occupation:
    I.T Consultant
    Favorite Writers:
    Chris Ryan, Martin Landfield, Rachel Joyce
    Favorite Books:
    The Malice Box, The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, Blackout
    Favorite Quotes:
    When Elephants fight, it's the grass that suffers.
    Religious Beliefs:
    • Buddhist
    Political Views:
    • No Preference
    Are You Published?:
    No
    I guess I'll start with my name, which is Ben. I am a Science Fiction writer from the wet country of England. More specifically, Derbyshire.

    There isn't much to say about me if I'm honest. I am a geek, I have an eternal thirst for creativity, and to be creative. I like writing, but I'm less than motivated to read a book. I especially love Science Fiction because it allows me to completely open my mind. I don't have to be contained within the boundaries of our society's beliefs, customs, and other annoyances. I can create my own world. A world of magic, flying spaceships, and convincing characters who will leave you feeling as though you've lost a friend when their story is over.

    I must admit, over the years my imagination has resulted in me losing my grip on reality somewhat. I often believe things are real when they aren't. My father often says that I live in my own little bubble, which I think it partly true. I like to live my life in solitude, and I would rather not interact with people.

    I leave a slice of my brain open for the tasks of a 1st world inhabitant. I work, clean, cook, and occasionally have a shower. Even though I act as any other person outside of my bubble, I always remain true to myself, and my beliefs that being a calm, passionate person is more worthwhile than being a judgmental, shallow one.