An Entertaining Word of Encouragement From the Managing Editor
I woke up this morning and realized that my duties as the new Managing Editor of Secret Laboratory eMagazine were beckoning. I am eager to begin work with the editor, John T. Schmitz, to make this publication the best in its genre. However, I didn’t know where to begin.
So I poured myself a hefty serving of Honey Nut Cheerios into the largest tupperware bowl I could find. I was feeling lucky so I took the heart health quiz on the side of the box. I scored so low that the box suggested I should visit their website! Unshaken, I got up, went into my freezer and pulled out the Ben and Jerry’s. After dropping two scoops of Chunky Monkey on top of the small, lightly glazed circles of wheat and honey, I told the cardboard box bully to go choke on that!
Now that I’ve had my fill of heart-stopping sugar and cream, I’ve seen the vision of our editor and I am here to help facilitate the exponential growth and development of the team. In my opinion, the writing on this site is superb. I enjoy all entries by all of the contributors. I believe that the capabilities of this site are phenomenal and I am excited to be a part of it. We will work to make Secret Laboratory a strong force in the world of online publications.
Keep up the good work and I look forward to reading future and past articles. Please, keep an eye out for my own contributions. Thank you.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia and raised in the small town of Anniston, Alabama, there’s no doubt that country living and sentiments still reside in Terencio Safford, Secret Laboratory’s managing editor.
He came a long way from his roots. He had a very unique childhood which allowed him to experience different cultures, religions and family values; this ultimately gave him a sense of awareness and acuteness that formulated his inspired outlook on life.
He graduated from Anniston High School in 2001 in Anniston, Alabama. He was recruited as a high school senior by the U.S. Army National Guard where he served two years as an Aircraft Electrician. After leaving the Army in 2002, Terencio migrated to Minnesota in 2003 in search of a better opportunity. He attended the Minnesota School of Business in Richfield studying Music Business before realizing that he wanted to pursue music as a hobby and not a career.
He has dedicated his time and talent to writing professionally. Terencio discovered his gift at an early age but pursued other talents and interests with the thoughts that writing was boring and time consuming! Now he finds pleasure and peace in formulating thoughts into creative treasures of literary prose!
Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit him at http://www.wix.com/literaryprose/byterencio