My name is Dr. Paul Jerome and I am resident of the United Kingdom for the last 30 years or so. My father was in the British Army, who served in the Allied army as a Brigadier during the Second WorldWar and saw action in Africa, Pacific and Asia. I was born in 1970 in Falkland Islands where my father was posted as a commanding officer of British troops, after the end of the Great War. After he retired from the army, we moved to Britain, to Surrey, where my father started work as instructor in the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. Since I was not interested in military career, I jointed the Graduate course in 1990 and later, completed Master of Fine Arts, in Creative Writing from the University of Surrey in 1995. Since last ten years, I am working as instructor in Creative Writing in private college in Surrey.
Writing, especially of innovative and creative kind has always interested me in more ways than a few. I had the distinction of gaining many prized and commendation certificates while at school and college and have always tried to excel in my skills and hone them constantly without fail, since I know that I am still a student and needs a long way to go. I tutor children in creative writing and also published booklets on the subject which I distributed free of cost to many caring and diligent student. I can say that I have done a great deal for the cause of Creative Writing, but there is still a great more still that I need to achieve.