Michael Freeman, a resident of Orlando, has been a journalist since 1988. Throughout his career, he's worked at some of the Sunshine State's largest newspapers, including The Orlando Sentinel, The Lakeland Ledger, The Sun-Sentinel and The Jewish Journal. Michael is also a playwright, active in Central Florida's fast-growing theater community. He wrote and produced the original plays "Hooked," "Copping a Craigie" and "Murder Sleep," which premiered at the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival. A passionate lover of theater and the arts, Michael is a guild member at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater and a member of the Playwrights Round Table in Orlando. Michael is also the founder of Freeline Productions, a writing and editing service that distributes his fiction novels "Bloody Rabbit," published in 2013, and "Koby's New Home." Michael was born and raised Fall River, Massachusetts, and has lived in Orlando since 2002. Michael now works for the Orlando Magic basketball team. He enjoys reading, traveling, theater, the music of The Monkees, catching re-runs of the 1970s series "Kolchak The Night Stalker," and the great art of comic books. Michael is also the proud papa of his cats Fluffy, Midnight, and Peaches.