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Roy Johnson was born and raised in Knoxville Tennessee. He became
interested in becoming a scientist at nine years old and built his first
robot at eleven. Roy wrote his first story at thirteen "The Deep Sleep"
which landed him writing three scripts for a local show called PM
Magazine. Roy was encouraged by his English teacher to pursue writing.
Later in life he would be inspired by famous poet Maya Angelou, who
approached him after hearing his poem in church, and encouraged him to
go to college and become a writer. He became a cub scout leading him
into the boy scouts and later an eagle scout. He mastered martial arts
and taught self-defense as early as the age of thirteen, which led him
into becoming a body guard who taught and trained the public and elite
operatives for the military. This led him into starting a professional
body guard business which would offer services and contracts to private
and public industry. He also opened a record label under Johnson Sounds
Productions. Roy attended the University of Tennessee and majored in
English, and minored in writing. He was an assistant teacher for
computer science but soon was uninterested in working for the school
system. Roy re-pursued his passion for science and finished technical
school as a certified computer technician. He's a self-proclaimed
pioneer scientist who specializes in Quantum physics in dealing with
computer engineering, who fans roughly six thousand followers. He spends
a majority of his time and research in the state of Nevada, but is
currently an author and writer who's known for his dynamic videos on
YouTube and creative writing materials from his website, and works
professionally for the government assisting the homeless and people with
various disabilities in the state of California.
Roy Johnson is currently working on the second volume to Currency Matrix help guide for relationships dealing with homelessness.
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