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Name: Anatole Selah Terebinth (obviously fake :P)
Age: I dunno... I'm not sure when I was born. (kidding.)
Country: Er... I forget what it's called...
Phone number: 11111111111
... Yeah, I guess you get the idea that I don't share personal info on the internet. And that I have a weird sense of humor that is sometimes sarcastic, sometimes confusing, and always random.
Jesus Christ. He is God, my Lord and Savior, my Friend, my Everything, and the only way to spend eternity in heaven. If you want to know about Him, feel free to message me. :) I'd love to share about my beliefs and hear about yours, too.
Martha Finley, A.W. Tozer, Thomas Hardy, Virgil, Homer, Aeschylus, Charles Dickens, Victor Hugo, C.S. Lewis, Gaston Leroux, J.R.R. Tolkien, Alexandre Dumas, Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Emily Bronte, Emmuska Orczy, Nathaniel Hawthorne... Um, I love reading. Most recently I've fallen in love with the books A Tale of Two Cities (Yay for finally reading something Dickens other than A Christmas Carol!) and The Count of Monte Cristo (my second Dumas novel, and, sorry, I like it a LOT more than The Three Musketeers. I got bored with parts of TTM. This one? NO boredom. I mean, I had to stop reading it several times because it is over 1000 pages long and I had school and such... but I never stopped because I was bored with the story.).
Since I'm on the subject of books...I might as well give some (let me emphasize the some) of my favorite literary characters (in no particular order, as I like them more or less depending on my mood):
Piotr Bezukhov (Yeah, yeah, I know he's called Pierre throughout the book, and that makes sense as he was educated in Paris, but I prefer the Russian form! Especially when they're at war with France...Sorry not to include his father's name in the middle, I can't remember it at the moment.)
Andrei Nikolayevich Bolkonsky
Nikolai Ilyich Rostov
Nikolai Andreyevich Bolkonsky
(Obsessed with Russian names now... I've probably misspelt/messed something up, but hey. Does it really matter? It's not even the same alphabet, so whatever sounds the closest and looks all right in Latin letters...)
Percy Blakeney (I mean, come on, the man's a genius who convinces everyone he's an idiot and saves lives!)
Heathcliff (Yes, his idea of morality is completely skewed...actually, he doesn't really have any idea of morality...but he has the most intriguing, heartbreaking character... I want so badly to hug him or something, but I know he would punch me in the face and tell me to go and die because no one except him and Cathy is worthy of living, blah blah...)
Edgar Linton (Come on, the poor guy gets so much hate from Heathcliff/Cathy shippers. All right, I'm totally for Heathcliff/Cathy; if they had gotten together in the first place, a lot of the tragedies that occur wouldn't have occurred. Sure, they'd have been poor, but they'd have been happy, and everyone else would've been glad to be rid of them. And yes, Edgar is a bit of a wimp. But he tries! He genuinely loves Cathy; he can't help it that she's a terrible wife! He's a great husband, and treats Cathy much more kindly than she deserves.)
Hareton Earnshaw (LOVE. Enough said.)
Sydney Carton (I hardly liked him until...well, a certain point in the book, which I won't mention, for fear of SPOILERS... Oh... *looks up at Edgar rant*... guess I should've given a SPOILER warning there.)
Edmond Dantes, a.k.a. The Count of Monte Cristo
Noirtier de Villefort
Erik, more famously known as The Phantom of the Opera (poor, unhappy Erik...)
...And many, many others...
I love writing. I'll write anything, but prefer fiction.
Playing piano and organ, singing, listening to almost any other instrument, musical theatre... um, yeah. Music. I'll pretty much listen to anything, as long as it's not (c)rap [HAMILTON is the rare exception] or country. My top favorite genre, though, is musicals. Favorite musicals...
CATS (VERY very favorite ever!!)
Starlight Express (VERY very close second... it's constantly competing with CATS... they're so similar...)
The Phantom of the Opera
Whistle Down the Wind
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
The Beautiful Game
The Woman in White
School of Rock
((basically anything Andrew Lloyd Webber...))
The Pirate Queen
((Boubil and Schonberg!!))
((er...Tim Rice writes awesome lyrics, and them dudes from ABBA pretty much write BEAST music!!))
Jekyll and Hyde
The Civil War
Bonnie and Clyde
((kudos to Frank Wildhorn!))
Beauty and the Beast
The Lion King
The Little Mermaid
((wooot, Disney!...and Tim Rice...and Howard Ashman...And Elton John, I suppose, love his contributions to Disney but do NOT agree with his lifestyle...And whoever else contributed.))
The Sound of Music
The King and I
Flower Drum Song (Okay, I've heard like ONE song from it, but...)
((yeaaaaaaah, Rodgers and Hammerstein!!))
My Fair Lady
((Lerner and Lowe!!))
Into the Woods
Children of Eden
She Loves Me
... And many, many others...
But seriously, I like other music, too... mostly singers I discovered from musicals... but others too! Like... Josh Groban! He's not exactly involved in musical theatre! ... Well, he was in Chess... But that was a concert version!! And Celtic Thunder and High Kings! They have NOTHING to do with theatre! And Christian Contemporary groups and singers like Casting Crowns, Matt Redman, Steven Curtis Chapman, but FAVORITES are Michael W. Smith and Steve Green!! And... Michael Crawford... he's done stuff besides theatre! And Michael Ball, and Terrence Mann, and Donny Osmond!! He's not at all best known for his awesome Joseph performance!!... Plus, I don't just like male singers. Celtic Woman! Jackie Evancho! Marie Osmond! Elaine Paige and Sarah Brightman! ... Who I...probably never would have heard of if it weren't for CATS and POTO. But still! Plus I like random old groups like U2, The Monkees, The Beatles, and The Beach Boys. Not to mention people are constantly showing me random songs, from which I randomly discover new (...well, usually old, but new to me) singers/musicians that I like! For instance, Frank Sinatra... Err, because someone showed me a musical that he was in... But so what?! And how about David Bowie, and Muse, and Coldplay, and ... other random people about whom I know little but whose music I enjoy (what I've heard of it...)...