In high school, France Springs discovered he had a talent for poetry, and was inspired by the likes of William Shakespeare and Edgar Allan Poe. Believing that there's no one way for a poet to express him/herself, Springs has developed his own style and received accolades in the process.
Passionate about music as well as the written word, Springs began work in a radio station while still a teenager in McKinney, Texas, then became a disc jockey and mixed music as a hobby. In addition, he worked in the hospitality business and did radio voice over work. A graduate from the Dallas School of Broadcasting, Springs studied creative writing at UCLA Los Angeles.
A constant writer, Springs has written many poetry articles for newspapers, and uses writing as his medium for self-expression.
His book, A Period of Introspection, is poetry inspired by Springs' life experiences. His work has been touted as "finding the unusual in the ordinary." His current and future writing includes a novel, and he has also been asked to write a book of love poems.
Springs advises aspiring writers to keep a keyboard, or pen and paper at the ready, explaining that inspiration doesn't have a time table and it's important to believe in oneself.
France Springs lives in Los Angeles, California.