Eddy Skripko:
Helping the Outcast Find a Home




Eddy Skripko- Author


I know what it’s like to feel like an outcast, and I use my love for writing and storytelling to reach those who deal with that struggle.

I was a SoCal-born white kid growing up on an island in the middle of the ocean. Needless to say, I was set up to be an outcast. But an active imagination, a love for reading, and a love for stories helped me to cope with all of that. Now I’m using those passions and skills to tell stories that will give hope to those who have been through my struggle.

Have you ever felt like the odd one out? Has fitting in been a struggle? Do you feel like society has turned its back on you or cast you to the side? If that’s you, you aren’t alone. I know what it’s like to feel left out. I know what it’s like to want your life to have value, but every day it seems like your just fighting to get by.

As a writer and a novelist in the making, I am now determined to use my gifts to reach fellow “outcasts” and tell them stories that will awaken a sense of purpose in their lives and give them hope for a happy and meaningful future. If this is you, I invite you to read my blog, subscribe to my newsletter, and follow me on Facebook and Twitter.

Let’s go on this journey together.



my Blog

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