Gregory Scott Kase lives and trains in Houston, TX. His workouts include dictionary lifting, mind bending, and running at the mouth, although no one ever listens. He has been called either incredibly brilliant or extremely stupid; the jury is still out though, as the verdict of such deliberation will be life-altering for all those who know him, and especially for those who are related to him.
He is traditionally a writer of fiction, which has everyone who knows him utterly ticked off that he is not living in that world instead of theirs. He lives for research, even though his notepad is rarely welcome during those sensitive times when worlds crumble and heavens collide. But to Kase, there is much to be learned from two women fighting over the last pack of toilet paper at the dollar store.
Kase is a man of few words, mainly because he's never quite happy with the string of words that come to mind. But he does enjoy a good quote. One of his favorites is from Benjamin Franklin: "Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing." Kase has tried to use this himself but is often ridiculed for being too mean. He now sticks to his own thoughts which can be equally offensive.