Troye Evers is a freelance writer living in New York since 1995. Born in Chicago, Troye has always enjoyed writing. It wasn't until 2005 that Troye discovered a love for screen and television writing. In 2009, Troye won third place in The All Access Screenwriting Competition for his script, Tic. Troye has recently finished his 5 screenplays. He spends most of his time writing or researching for his next project. In 2012, Troye author his first book, A Day in the Life of Tourette syndrome, and in 2015 Camp Peanut Butter. As a sufferer this is a subject he holds close to his heart.
Troye took a few years off from writing to put more time into his other passion of teaching and his work with the Autism community. During this time, he finished his ABA and RBT training and now can ad RBT or Registered Behavioral Therapist to his resume. The time off from writing was not exactly time off. He spent time cultivating his next writing project and in July of 2020, he finished the first of the DiMago book series. Stay tuned for the release date.