Bradley Carter
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Bradley Carter

Bradley Carter grew up in Evansville, Indiana, living with his mother and a younger half-sister. His father left when he was only a baby. Bradley met him once, 2 weeks before his 9th birthday and his father losing a battle with lung cancer. From kindergarten through 7th grade, he was a student at a private Christian school with a small student body and a strict religious upbringing. In the 8th grade, he experienced the culture shock of switching to a public school, and later, became a free-thinker, no longer associated with a religion of any kind. Diagnosed with Tourette’s Syndrome at age 11, he struggled in school and was unable to focus enough on homework and reading. Fortunately, the condition was one he was told he would outgrow. Bradley graduated high school in 1997 but spent the next several years working odd jobs instead of going to college. Despite never being married, Bradley became a father when he was 25, and unlike his own childhood, became very much involved in his son Aden's life. With a new child to support, Bradley pursued a career in Emergency Medical Services as an EMT and later became a Paramedic. Bradley has always been a fan of movies and TV shows but hated reading. Oddly enough, in 2017, he wrote and self-published his first novel, “Red Flags,” which was based on a recent toxic relationship. It was originally written as a screenplay to be submitted to random screenwriting contests, but when a friend’s husband asked to read the story, Bradley was convinced to make the story into a book. The man responsible for this transformation was Justin Bridges, who holds a Master’s in English and is now one of Bradley’s editors and friends. Since that time, Bradley no longer spends his time watching movies or television. Instead, he devotes his free time (when he's not with his son) to writing intriguing novels in both suspense and comedy genres, as well as reading books by other authors. As of Winter 2019, Bradley Carter has published a handful of books such as "Red Flags", "Craze", "Valiant", "Brightside", "Slumberland", and "Son of a Bitch." In 2020, he plans to release new books including one he is co-writing with Justin Bridges. Bradley currently lives in Indianapolis, Indiana, and works full-time as a Paramedic for the city’s ambulance service. His son, now in high school, supports his writing with hopes that one day his dad will become a best-selling author. You can find out more information and updates on his projects by visiting: www.BradleyCarterBooks.com or www.TheACorporation.com

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