After billionaire philanthropist Sam Montgomery announces he has been diagnosed with leukemia he makes the startling comment that, “I’d rather die than receive a bone marrow transplant from my sister.”
Not only did no one know Sam had a sister, but everyone wanted to know why. Sam agrees to a sit down interview with magazine reporter Eleni Diamante, who is flown out to his private home on the tiny Greek island of Antikythera.
She is there to not only find out about the history of his sister but attempt to view inside Sam’s rumored multi-million dollar impenetrable home vault, that is said to protect upwards of a billion dollars worth of artifacts.
THE VAULT only opens up once a year, Eleni will be there, and inside Sam keeps an artifact so precious and valuable it may be the only thing that saves his life, or ends it even quicker.
THE VAULT uses actual text messages, family photo’s, and external links to help tell Sam Montgomery’s secretive story
Working at a grocery store since 2001, working every position there and becoming one of the managers of a corporate chain store, I have seen and heard it all in the retail/service world. I had to get those stories, thoughts, feelings, and ways to escape out of my head. I had to write not out of compulsion but out of a love of writing.
Then the rest is as they say, history.
I grew up in a small town in Southwestern Michigan (coincidentally a town that no one that visits knows how to pronounce correctly), originally attending school to become a music therapist but the tapping of the keyboard was more addicting and found myself attending Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI.
I play the drums, I love wearing ties, I will eat all your Oreo’s, having an expensive hobby of collecting watches and an unhealthy addiction to Netflix.