Delroy's inspiration for writing comes from his love of storytelling. He often reflects on the times he spent with his grandfather in Jamaica. Listening to his stories made him imagine what it would be like to one day tell his own. But the passion truly manifested when he was on the verge of quitting the military, and his sister offered him some advice saying, "what you hate, you may grow to love." That phrase had a significant impact on his life because it allowed him to love his job and later pursue his passion which has always been writing.
Delroy was born in Jamaica and raised in New York City. When he was 19, he joined the U.S. Armed Forces for educational and life experience. After 16 years of honorable service, he retired from the military to pursue a career as a Business Analyst and Author. He wrote his first published short novel, "The Red Myths," from an idea he had while on Active Duty. Today he continues to work on several stories he drafted and will release his third novel at the end of 2022.
What you hate, you may grow to love
Enjoy what you have and who you are with like it is the only thing and the only time you have left in your life.