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About Joseph Mulak
Joseph Mulak was unleashed upon the world on a cold, winter day in Januray of 1980. His mother, knowing the havoc he would wreak upon the world, gave him to an unsuspecting family to raise him. They had no idea what they were in for and they would come to regret it.
Having developed a love for reading at an early age, Joseph chose books over social interaction. Or at least, that's his excuse for not having any friends.
He holds a diploma in Addiction and Mental Health but works in sales in addition to being an author.
He lives in North Bay with his wife, Alicia, and he has five children, all of whom he torments with bad jokes and even worse dancing.
He is currently at work on several writing projects which will hopefully be released at some point in the near future.
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