Author has written 15 stories for Gundam Wing/AC, Bible, Misc. Books, Robin Hood, Tom Clancy, X-overs, Kikaider, William Gibson, and Star Wars.
"We should develop anti-satellite weapons because we could not have prevailed without them in Red Storm Rising.'"
"Nearly everyone knows that if enough monkeys were allowed to pound away at typewriters for enough time, all the great works of literature would result."
March 12, 2006: My apologies for not getting into contact with those that left reviews last year. I just went through a big update, and am ready to contact people through the private messaging system. It would be strange to just receive an email from me out of the blue, right?
That's kind of the idea behind the Genome Projection.
I write regularly, and research what I write. Given time, I hope to make friends who are also struggling with writing. I prowl Blogger, Fanfiction.net, fictionpress, and Livejournal regularly, and I read a ton of columns. Today I post my entries at Greatestjournal and Blogger. I'm thinking of converting my artwork can now be found on my DeviantART account. I have some artwork lying around I'd love to display, and should I get a scanning device running, I can post my own images regularly.
These days I enjoy web design almost as much as writing. The reason I moved the blog from Angelfire to Livejournal to Blogger & Greatestjournal is because they offer more design control than the previous hosts. GJ and Blogger truly are awesome, and I invite you to join those communities.
Despite the name, Typewriter King doesn't write with the antiqued device. The name was actually inspired by the big gun of the gangster era of America, the Thomson Submachine Gun, known by many names, but most famously the "Tommy Gun," and the "Chicago Typewriter." Typewriter King has been very busy writing his name across the web with his typewriter.
I started at Fanfiction.net on March 31, 2004, following with an account for Fiction Press on October 15, 2004. In the real world, I'm studying at the University of Oklahoma.
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