June, 2022

Harold Wright

Harold Wright is an esteemed journalist and writer of Cosplay fiction from Meza, Arizona. He's quick-witted, and even quicker to get into bar fights. He loves to play the violin, even though he, and his neighbors admit that he's terrible at it. He has two dogs and like the travel in his camper. Look for him at various KOA Kampgrounds.
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