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About the Author
KP Wee, a teacher and market researcher, lives in the Pacific Northwest. An avid sports fan, Wee has also self-published three sports titles: 1991--The Red Sox, Baseball, and Hockey Memories, Baseball Pitchers--The Most Overrated and Underrated in the Last 20 Years (1988-2007), and Bad Managers' Decisions--Why the Longest Drought in Boston's History Happened (1986-2003). Wee enjoys writing tremendously, and doesn't restrict tapping his fingers on the keyboard exclusively on fiction or sports subjects. ''Writing is a passion; I love to write and give my two cents on every topic out there, even if it's controversial and unconventional.'' Wee is single and relishes his busy and active lifestyle.
KP Wee is the author of several books, most recently "Tom Candiotti: A Life of Knuckleballs" (sports biography), "Fess Up, Jessup!" (short fiction), and "Oh So Close, Canada!" (Canadian sports history). KP was previously recognized as a Top Writer on Bleacher Report, a sports website creating and curating content about trending news topics. He currently blogs at kpwee.com and alifeofknuckleballs.com. He also sometimes provides commentary and advice on Quora.com, a Q&A site focused on sharing knowledge and practical solutions to everyday problems.
KP enjoys writing sports, psychological fiction with a twist of romance, and (some day) chick lit. He spent a decade working as a program developer and teacher for a private school, before joining the media relations department of the Vancouver Canadians baseball club. Though the experience was fun, KP found that he had very little time to do what he truly enjoys - writing - so he left to pursue a job in advertising.
Yes, this profile picture is the infamous photo of KP with a bag of chips in his hand (with the snacks since chopped out). Not the best author picture, but several of his readers emailed saying it was the funniest one they'd ever seen, and asked him to keep it.
KP can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him at @kpwee1 on Twitter.