Michael Carson was born on March 13, 1984 in San Diego, California. He lived in San Marcos, California for twelve years with his father Paul, his mother Kathryn, and his younger sister Rachel. In fourth grade, Michael found his passion for writing and started with short stories. He had always had an expansive imagination, and writing gave him the opportunity to form his ideas into amusing stories. In 1996, he and his family moved to Montrose, Colorado, which took him awhile to adjust to, but fortunately, his writing came with him. As he grew older, his stories became longer and more creative. Growing up on movies like "Airplane!", "Spaceballs" and "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," Michael focused on humor, parody, and satire. Not to be limited my simply short stories, Michael expanded his writing to include screenwriting and poetry, but stayed in the realm of imagination and humor. After graduating Montrose High School in 2002, he attended the University of Southern Colorado (later to be called Colorado State University-Pueblo) in Pueblo, Colorado. Though he majored in Mass Communications, he continued to write, and after his third year of college, had finished his first novel "Extreme C-Sections!"-a science fiction story that combines sci-fi movie parodies with pop culture satire.