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About jamgalloway

Me: One Sexy Motherfucker

Also Me: A Disgusting Slug

You see what I did there? Yep, that's me. I am an utter contradiction. I love talking to people, but I also hate talking to people. I want a kid very badly, but I also don't like kids. I have an uber(not the service, the German word) amount of confidence, but am also insecure. I do not make sense. If I had to describe myself in one word, that word would be perplexing. I have the desire to make a difference in people's lives, but also wish to stay unknown, invisible.

That being said, I am not a complete weirdo. I play volleyball, something I am a beast at, and I love it very much. I plan on going to college for Criminal Justice after high school and then becoming a parol officer(or possibly something else involved in law enforcement), but I plan on continuing my writing for the rest of my life. I'm going to be published one day.

I also find humans to be very interesting, love running and keeping in shape, and like to keep up with politics in my country(U.S.), which can sometimes be annoying because of how powerless you are to all the dumb-ass people in the world. And I very much enjoy sharing my opinion with other people, but at the same time many people cannot have a discussion in which you disagree with each other without making it into a fight.

I usually get along with adults a lot better than people my own age, but don't ask me why. I'm not gonna say I'm mature because that in itself is immature, and also because I am an immature child and I'm not gonna lie about it. But, I still seem to have next to nothing in common with many people my own age. I went to the movie theaters with tons of people around my age and found myself in the corner talking to an elderly man. Maybe because I have an old taste for a lot of things. Style, names, music, etc., etc. Not really sure why, but I do. That being said, however, I don't think I'm some special snowflake or that I was "born in the wrong generation" or whatever. No one is truly special unless you're referring to DNA. No one is born in the wrong generation. We're just who we are, and with billions of people in the world, there are absolutely people just like us out there.

So yeah. That's me. How about a round of applause for this god-awful autobiography? No? Anyone? Didn't think so.

And anyway, if anyone wants to talk, wants help with something, wants me to review something, whatever, just let me know. I'd be happy to. And if you are into books about the supernatural and like darker books, check out Spruce Woods. It has the supernatural, and gets darker as it goes along. It also has a lot of humor though, too, so there's a warning if you don't want that in that style of book.


Volleyball, Writing(duh), Running, Health, Psychology, Politics, etc.


I work at Whataburger with an extreme boss and annoying customers, and I am in my last year of high school. I'm living the dream. (Hint: that's a lie.)

"I love you as certain dark things are to be loved, in secret, between the shadow and the soul."
— Pablo Neruda