Author has written 17 stories for Sonic the Hedgehog, Pokémon, JumpStart, Calvin & Hobbes, Peanuts, Batman, Bronze Bow, Superman, Teen Titans, and Neopets.
I'm mainly here to write Superman fanfic, I guess. I like other franchises too, such as Sonic the Hedgehog, and have written fanfics for them in the past and might do so in the future, who knows. Clois is definitely the OTP of the Superman series and I ship it very hard, though I might occasionally write fanfics exploring Clark in relationships with others just to be interesting. I'm not too dedicated to the craft of fanfiction-writing, but hopefully I'll be able to get some interesting stories up here bit by bit. I do plan on finishing An Odd Place to Find Oneself eventually, but it might take a while.
My stories will usually not be that action-packed, so hopefully you'll be OK with that.
BTW, George Reeves is the best Superman and Clark Kent, period.
Stories I contributed to:
I wrote the battle scene, plus some other stuff.
Where will you go when you die? Heaven or hell? The time to think about the answer to this question is now – not after it’s too late. No one knows how much time they have left.
In order to answer this question, we need to consider who God is and how he decides who goes to heaven and who goes to hell. His standards are clearly set out in the Bible. In it, he says we must not lie – which includes so called “white” lies (Exodus 20:16), we must not use the name of the Lord to swear (Exodus 20:7), we must not covet (Exodus 20:17), we must not steal – regardless of the item’s value (Exodus 20:15), hating others is a form of murder (Matthew 5:21-22, 1 John 3:15), and lust is a form of adultery (Matthew 5:27-28), and we must love God with all our hearts and our neighbors as ourselves (Matthew 22:36-40), among other things. NONE of us keep all of these commands all of the time. We may think that we don’t disobey them that often, or that we don’t disobey them that badly (which is admitting that we did, in fact, disobey them), or that we do a lot of good things, or had a “good” reason to disobey them. But would any of these excuses work in a court of law? Of course not. If we disobey the law, we must be punished. It’s as simple as that. God is just, good, and perfect, and He can’t just ignore our crimes. He must punish everyone who disobeys His righteous laws.
However, there is good news. God is incredibly loving and merciful. He sent His own Son to come into the world as a man – Jesus Christ, who is as infinitely perfect as His Father. He died on the cross and took the punishment for the sins of anyone who would believe in Him. He faced God’s wrath. He paid the price that we should’ve paid. Then, He rose from the grave, showing that He has full power over death. If we believe in His atoning sacrifice, not our own efforts, then our sins are paid for. We don’t have to face eternal punishment after we die, but will rather experience eternal joy in heaven! Also, His Spirit will live inside us and give us a new heart!
God is just. He punishes all crimes against His perfect law. But if we trust in Jesus, we don’t have to fear death. We don’t have to fear God’s wrath. And we don’t have to live a sinful life. The price for our sins is already paid – if we confess our sins, repent, and believe in Jesus Christ! Will you do that today?
Want to learn more? See NeedGod.com. And why not go to BibleGateway.com and read God’s word for yourself?