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Author has written 7 stories for 39 Clues.

Things you (don't really) need to know about me:

1. I am ninga... we will leave it at that. You can stop reading there and understand my whole life. I took part in the annual ninja parade this year. Watch this to learn more:

2. I am one of the only dudes here and am proud of it. I couldn't help but notice that all the profiles here are very sexist. As much as I want to get revenge and write a bunch of cracks against girls, I will not. All I am going to state is that Eve ate the apple first.

3. I eat comments everyday for breakfast. If I don't have enough, I might starve to death. Death is BAD! TRUST ME I WOULD KNOW!

4. I sometimes put a jar of frosting in my lunchbox and eat it at school with a spoon.

5. WEIRD stuff happens to me. Most of my Fanfics are based on my life. I discovered this website, and now am obsessed with it. Also this one,

6. I'm a song writer, a story writer, and a video producer. I am torn on what to become when I grow up.

7. (7 is my lucky number) If you are reading my profile you, yes you my friend, are possibly a stalker. I have revealed to much to you already so goodbye.

Welcome to book reviews with Alex! The part of the show, where Alex comes out... and states a book or series he has read, and reviews it! (Veggietales reference anyone?)If you are looking for something new to read, come here! Is there a book I really have to read but haven't yet? PM me! PLEASE! I NEED NEW BOOKS!

Percy Jackson and the Olympians: Best series ever! Absolutely amazing! At first I thought it would be boring. I mean greek gods? But after reading, my friend and I became HUGE fans! Like being the characters for Halloween big fans. Percy finds out that he is half greek god, and goes on amazing adventures starting at Camp Half-blood. The series has the best humor in the world and is sure to make you want to read every book! You see, humor is what I look for in a story! It has cute couples that you are sure to want to follow as well, but not an overload of romance. LOVE THEM! Great no matter what age you are. After reading them, other books suddenly seemed lame. Five stars!

The Heros of Olympics: This is the sequel series to the one above so they are naturally epic. Leo is my homie!

Maximum Ride: Hilariously narrated books! Really funny and clever! I normally wouldn't like the sound of mutants and sci-fi, but these are awesome! Mutant ninja bird kids; Max, Fang, Iggy, Gasman, Nudge, and Angel, where bred in a lab called the School. The Flock spends much of their time running from hybrids called Erasers. They are amazing however, as a personal preference, I just skimmed through Fang and Angel because they were too lame, dramatic, lovey-dovey, and Fang separated. Tear drop just hit the computer keyboard there. Just a warning, there are a few bad words but not that bad. LOVE the books. The characters are so funny! They are definitely worth reading!

The 39 Clues: This is my currant obsession. On the day of their grandma's funeral, Amy and Dan are given the choice between a million dollars, or a clue that can lead them to absolute power. Just reading the back of the book, I wanted to read the series. There are ten whole books, so the adventure lasts a long time but it can often feel slow. They are great, with a little hint of romance that makes you eager to read the next book. Again, these have the perfect amount of humor and make you fall in love with the characters. You are guaranteed to enjoy them.

Harry Potter: You're a wizard Harry! Amazingly creative series! Everyone knows about them so I won't summarize them. Sometimes, they were too long, including many pointless side stories that could be irrelevant. I totally loved the first four books, but from there, the series took a depressing turn. I REALLY wish they included some humor. In the seventh book... I can't say exactly what... but something cool happens. However, I loved reading the series, and had a obsession with them for a long time. Also, the final couples (Harry and Ginny and friends) are a little cheesy. I read everyone and loved them! At least the first couple books are classics that can't go unread! Read them!

Septimus Heap: A young wizard destined for greatness dies at birth. After a while he is almost forgotten. But is he really dead? Someone must save the wizarding world. Unlike Harry Potter, this doesn't occur in the modern world, but in the past. The plot line was thrilling, creative, and fun, but the author could have done much better about making them exciting. I read and enjoyed the first book a lot. It started off much to slow though. Personally, the series is much to detailed and long, going in to things that you really don't care about. I read up to half-way through the third book, and was eventually opted out. Some people who are not as ADHD as me might enjoy them more. I recommend reading at least the first book to see if they are for you.

Flipped: This was basically the first non-action book that I had ever read, so I was not used to it. However it was cute. It switches from point of views from a boy to a girl throughout the book. Since second grade or so, this girl has been OBSESSED with a boy in her grade, practically stalking him, and occasionally sniffing him. In eighth grade, she starts to finally realize that the boy is not as nice as he seems, and starts to stop liking him. The boy, has totally been creeped out by this girl since first grade, she is too dreamy and independent! Suddenly, he finds himself starting to like her in eighth grade! The situation flipped! It should have included some more humor and were a tad old fashioned, but overall, it was a fun, short read.

Mysterious Benedict Society: Don't let the boring name repel you! They are really good! Seeing an ad in the paper looking for gifted children, hundreds of kids apply. But the tests they have to take are NOT normal and only four lovable kids succeed! An evil man named Mr. Curtain, is sending undetectable messages to peoples brains over TV waves from his institute. The institute is just a way for him to find special children to help send the mind waves. With this power, he could destroy the world! Mr. Benedict sends the children as his spies to the Institute to gain the "special privileges", given only to high ranking students, and, if possible, destroy the machine sending the messages. This book is hilarious! Why? Because the characters, Kate, Sticky, Reynie, and Constance, are all perfectly made! Wait till you find out the truth about Constance in the first book! It is a trilogy! The next two get just a tad more predictable, but they were still great! Sorry, there isn't any romance, but that is where FanFiction comes in to play! Definitely worth reading!

Chasing Vermeer: One of those amazing quick reads. The book begins with a mysterious letter that is delivered to three unknown recipients, two women and one man. The letter tells them they are of great need to the sender, but begs them not to tell the police. How is that for an epic start? From there it is a group of kids awesome adventures. There are three books in the series and are all worth reading! My favorite part is the puzzles! They have illustrations with secret messages and codes hidden inside! Totally up my ally! It has too much adults in it, but that is easily overlooked. Perfect quick reads!

Anne of Green Gables: Sounds really bad doesn't it! But I read these in second grade and liked them a ton! Don't read them in second grade though, I re-read them and realized I totally missed half the plot. They are very detailed and old fashioned, but are a classic. Two old people ACCIDENTALLY adopt a totally wild, imaginative, talkative, redhead named Anne. She is sweet, but when someone comments on her red hair which she desperately hates, her temper flares. They are furious with the orphan at first, but soon fall in love with her. She is always making mistakes, getting her friend drunk on what she thought was juice, dyes her hair green, drowns a mouse in pudding, and much more. The best part about the series was Gilbert and Anne's romance. The first time they met, Gilbert called Anne "carrots" because of her hair and she broke a chalkboard across his head. He attempts to flirt with her countless times after, but she hates him and even pushes him off a bridge. She is the first girl who won't throw herself at him. They become rivals for a long time. They eventually get engaged in Anne of the Island and Gilbert purposes something like, "Will you marry me... carrots." It is the cutest thing... and I am a freaking boy! Personally, the books are not worth reading from there on because they don't get married until three years later when they get out of college, and then it is about their boring kids. But that is just my opinion. If you overlook the old language, they are great books. I recommend them for someone who has to use an old book for a book report because you will actually enjoy the story. The first three books are worth a peek!

The Kane Chronicles: Only the first book is out so far, but it will be a trilogy. This wasn't my favorite book by the amazing Rick Riordan, but it was extremely well-written and engaging. I just didn't really fall in love with all the characters and felt like he was just tying to pop out another bestseller. However, I knew people who where totally crazed on the series, and I did think they were amazingly interesting. Sadie and Carter Kane find themselves entangled in the world of Egyptian gods. The book is really funny and action packed, and it is narrated in a really clever way. It is trying to recruit you for the cause. It is definitely worth reading for those who need a new series!

I am doing a blog sorta thing! I hope I find this when I am forty and am like... wow, I was one aweome kid. I doubt anyone will read this but please enjoy. PM me whenever! :) One day I want to make Youtube vlogs though! Anyways... here is the official log of my everyday adventures:

Jan. 20, 2011: Today I made up the Ice Survivor Game. Play it when a sheet of ice is over your whole city. Here are the rules. 1) 2-100 players. We used 10! Go to a steep hill, count to three, and then slide down. 2) You have to race trying to climb back up. You can grab other peoples legs to make them slip down. 3) The first person to climb back up wins and gets to become a bullet. Bullets slide head first at the person closest to the top to knock them down. Funnest game ever! (in my mental dictionary, funnest is a word)

Jan. 27, 2011: I had to write a bibliography for history today and I really doubt that the teacher even checks them. To find out I put this random video as one of the websites I used to research John Adams: She didn't say anything about it so she must have not checked! I almost wish she did... that would have been priceless!

Feb. 3, 2011: My best friend and I were climbing the stairs today and were pretending to be really exhausted. We were breathing really really hard and at the end of the stairs we flopped on to the floor and started doing army crawl to English. Most everyone was creeped out. Then this kid walks by and is like "It's okay man, we all have lethargic days sometimes." He was dead serious. After he was gone, me and my friend just stared at each other for a couple seconds then burst out laughing. Best of all, when we got to class, one of are vocabulary words was "lethargic." Whenever a student or teacher mentioned it, we laughed and everyone was really confused.

Feb. 11, 2011: Today my four year old brother was playing pirates. He put out the recliner so he could jump of the plank. He jumped on the end of the recliner and it folded down sending him under the couch. It was the most hilarious and bizarre thing in the world! All of a sudden we heard, "I meant to do that! This is my pirate cave," from under the couch. My whole family was cracking up and made him do it again so we could get it on tape and he hit his head. Naturally. Lesson learned: do not attempt to jump of the edge of a recliner. Or do... it's pretty fun.

Feb. 20, 2011: Today, we were at an public indoor pool and we were the only ones there so we had it all to ourselves. It was 10 pm so it was really dark except for the glowing pool lights underneath the water. It had an overall cool effect. So, we are in the hot tub and my six-year-old cousin sighs and says dreamily, "It would be so romantic to swim at night." We just all stared at him for awhile and then burst out laughing. Yep, he is sure the little romantic kid over there.

Feb. 23, 2011: So! Today, I casually went in to the bathroom ... doo dee doo dee doo... and I picked up my toothbrush to clean my miniture pony's mane. OK I lied. I picked up my toothbrush to brush my teeth like a boring normal person. But anyway, there was a LADYBUG ON IT! Like, right on the bristles! I was about to smash that thing on my teeth! (beautiful mental image there, I know) But anyway, I got freaked and threw that toothbrush at the mirror. Luckily, it didn't squish the ladybug or I wouldn't be able to live in the guilt, but I managed to scare it so it flew happily away. I brushed my teeth with my brother's toothbrush (Sh! Don't tell him!), because the bug could have peed on mine or something. When he was little, my brother used to squish ladybugs in his fingers, then flush them down the toilet laughing whenever he found them. I was three, and would try to save them from his evil clutches. Once I even cried when he killed one. (That was before I found out that I had to be manly and all.)

Feb. 27, 2011: So I am religious right? Well at church today, me and my brother had a contest for who could shake hands (the sign of peace) with the most people. Whoever won, got the contents of the other persons pockets. As soon as the priest said the words, we were of running down the isles shaking people's hands. It was a lot of fun. I won by two people! I shook 23 peoples hands! My brother owed me an eraser, two pieces of gum, a fishing line (why he had this in his pocket in the winter I don't know) and a shark tooth necklace! Unlike normal, I had nothing in my pockets, so either way, I had the better end of the deal.

March 1, 2011: So today is Justin Bieber's birthday! To celebrate, I am going to commit suicide when any of his songs come on! Not really though. I will just clutch my throat and pretend I am dying. Today, the girls in my class kept quoting "Never Say Never" and they also wrote, "Happy B-day JB Cakes!" on all of the teacher's whiteboards... and the teachers didn't even care. If I wrote, "Happy B-day B.O.B!" on the board, the teachers would surely make me erase it. Gah! Unfairness! Girls are favorited much more then boys by teachers. But actually, we had a technology teacher once who seriously favorited the guys. She was chubby, always wore a black Harley Davidson leather jacket, and had really long hot pink nails. She was one person you didn't want to favor you.

March 2, 2011: I am officially dedicating myself to learning morose code. I printed out a bunch of keys and taped them everywhere so that I am always looking at it. On the ceiling above my bed, in front of the toilet, on my binders, in my locker, made it my desktop image, and much, much more. My friend is going to try to learn it too... but I have no confidence in him. This is gonna be awesome! I will like, know a second language!

March 5, 2011: I was volunteering at this weekend day-care today. It was pretty interesting because they were making lists of rhyming words. It was so funny listening to the kids putting random letters in front of the rhyme endings. It was hilarious because every once and a while they would say a bad word and not know it. Never ask kids to think of as many words that rhyme with duck, sit, and mass as possible. Or do... it is pretty freaking funny!

March 7, 2011: We had to classify these sentences in English today, and they all had horrible typos. My whole table was laughing. My favorite typo was, "The waiter put flesh flowers in the vase." If you have in imagination like me, it is kind of gross. I mean "flesh flowers." Then the girl next to me was like, "Do you even know what flesh means? I could tell you!" Um, yeah! I am pretty sure most people know what flesh means!

March 11, 2011: Today marks the first day I had a dream during class. I have fallen asleep in class before, but I actually had a legit dream! The weird thing is, I rarely have dreams even at night. I was just lucky I had one at the exact moment I needed entertainment! Even better, I remember some of it! It was after a test and people were finishing homework early and I had been up till two working on a story. What happened was I was in this chain-link fenced in field. A lot of it was soil, but a lot of it was sprigs of spring grasses and flowering weeds. Everyone around me (I don't know who) was like, "Okay guys, time to close up for the night." So I went around the small field area scooping up dragonflies, butterflies, and lightning bugs with my lacrosse stick, and tossed them gently in to the lacrosse goal. It was almost time to leave, and there were less and less people every minute. "Almost done!" I said. I was on my stomach, observing the soft green bugs and scooped some more up. I remember getting some dirt on the white netting of my stick and wincing. I remember every detail! My knee hurt in the dream. I could have sworn it hurt for real, maybe someone had kicked it under the table back in reality. The funny thing was, even after I woke up, it seemed perfectly normal. Like I had to do that everyday. When I explained it to my friend, I realized how bizarre it sounded. It was a peaceful dream. :)

March 12, 2011: I was at this prayer service thing and these two girls were whispering behind me. I recognized them from my sisters class. I pretended not to hear what they were saying but I heard them loud and clear. The first girl mentioned to the other casually that I was Mariah's brother. The other girl started clutching her head and going, "Oh my... oh my... oh my GAWD!" again and again and again. "That's... that's her BROTHER! Not the one person's... Oh my gawd!" Then we all stood up and sang a song for about three minutes. As soon as the girls butt touched the bench she continued repeating, "Oh my gawd... That's why... Oh my gawd!" I was REALLY confused. After the service, I walked up to her seriously and said, "Don't use the Lord's name in vain," and then walked away. I told my sister about it later that night and we were laughing our heads off wondering what the heck they were talking about.

March 14, 2011: Yesterday, I ate a sour cream and onion flavored cricket. It was either that, bacon cheddar, or original. My cousin came back from Puerto Rico with a bunch of boxes, and I just HAD to eat one just to say that I did. My review? Well, I don't think it had any flavor. It was fried so it felt like hard, dry, crunchy, paper. When you chewed it, it tasted like sawdust. They didn't even take off the eyes so... ugh. On the back of the box, it had a diagram of the different parts of the cricket that you can eat like the "drum leg", the "wing-wiper", or whatever they were called. Best of all we dissected a cricket in class the next day! How perfect! I was actually able to sit back casually in my chair and truthfully say, "This reminds me of the one I ate yesterday... it was sour cream and onion flavored." It brought joy to my life! Everyone at my table reacted differently when I swore casually that I wasn't lying. Cause I wasn't! Then I taught them the parts of the cricket. My teacher walked by and was impressed.

March 18, 2011: I walk in to my house after a sleepover and my parents were carrying our couch into the garage. I was like, "What's going on?" Turns out my parents just decided to put our house on the market and didnt bother telling me. Interesting... Also in our spring cleaning, we discovered that we have been watering a fake plant since Christmas! I was wondering how it had lasted so unnaturally long.

March 21, 2011: My mom told me the FUNNIEST story ever about my sister when she was in first grade! My sister always wore skirts. One day, this boy named Timmy asked her to climb to the top of the jungle gym so she did. My sister got home and told my mom all about her day, including the jungle gym. My mom was like, "Don't do that! That annoying boy could be trying to look at your underwear!" The next day, my sister listened to Timmy again and climbed the jungle gym. My mom was like, "Didn't I tell you not to listen to him? How do you know he is not trying to look at your underwear?" My sister was like, "But I tricked him this time Mommy! I didn't wear any underwear today so that he couldn't see it!" I laughed like a maniac at the story and my sister (who is now in high school) was really embarrassed. You have to admit, it is hilarious!

March 22, 2011: Today, we were making covalent bonds in science out of toothpicks and marshmellows. The teacher told us about fifty times we couln't eat the marshmellows. I raised my hand and asked, "Can we eat the toothpicks?" She said no with a very worried expression. My friend whispered loudly, "Dude! You shouldn't have asked her!" I said, "Aw man! Good point! Well, she never said anything about the paper towels!" We grinned at each other evilly. Everyone was watching us either laughing or confused.

March 23, 2011: I just want to point out that girls have as many clothes possibilities. You can wear girl's clothes and boy clothes and look totally normal! We can't do the same with girl clothes in a million years! Also, they can hug eachother, lean on each others shoulders, and even sit in each other's laps without looking gay. Boys would immedietly be judged!

March 24, 2011: Today, I found a survey on someone's profile (sorry, I forget whose) and I am filling it out today! You can fill it out and PM it to me or post it on your profile! This is one of the most exciting things of the day.

1. Grab the book nearest to you, turn to page 81, and find line 4.

"... in her rubbery-mouthed voice (still not wearing her false teeth)..." Now I can't wait to reach that page! The book is "Molly Moon's Book of Hypnotism."

2. Stretch your left arm out as far as you can. What can you touch?

I just knocked down a lamp. Oops.

3. What is the last thing you watched on TV?

Honestly... Thomas the Tank Engine... but I have a reasonable explanation!

4. Without looking, guess what time it is:

I couldn't help it! I looked at the clock accidentally! I mean it is right on top of the computer screen!

5. Now look at the clock. What is the actual time?

It is 7:35... I was only two sentences off! Ooh! 7 is a factor of 35! HOW PERFECT AND NERDY!

6. With the exception of the computer, what can you hear?

"Who put the toothpaste in the toilet?!" No joke, my mom just yelled that from downstairs.

7. When did you last step outside? What were you doing?

A half hour ago. At dinner, my mom alerted us that our neighbor just put security cameras on the side of her house, facing our backyard, so I ran outside to wave at them.

8. Before you started this survey, what did you look at on the computer?

Is it sad that I have already forgotten? Don't answer that. Wait, I will look in my history! Oh that's it! I was watching "Ask a Ninja" videos on youtube!

9. What are you wearing?

Nothing... jk. I am wearing a t-shirt that says "Swagger Dragons" and is signed by everyone on my soccer team.

10. Did you dream last night?

Maybe. If so I forget.

11. When did you last laugh?

When I found out our neighbor was so paranoid about us going on her yard that she put cameras up to watch us! (she called the police on me once for doing that to get a football)

12. What is on the walls of the room you are in?

Snowflakes (yeah, I gotta take those down now), raindrop thing, two Hawaiian leis, a hammock chair (does the ceiling count?), a Toy Story light switch cover (I am just that awesome), and dolphin posters with mustaches and ninja clothing drawn on in metallic Sharpie!

13. Seen anything weird lately?

You face! Just kidding... maybe. Well... it was more of an experience. I sat on my bed to check my email and the it was really lumpy for some reason. I checked under the mattress and someone had put a bunch of tennis balls under it! I was like, "What the what? Mom! Dad! There are a bunch of balls under my bed for some reason!" Then Mariah started twirling into my room yelling joyfully, "Hurray! He's a princess! He's a princess! He is the chosen one!"

14. What do you think of this quiz?

I think they should replace this with my Math final next week!

15. What is the last film you saw?

Mega Mind... that was four weeks ago. I don't watch a lot of TV. Now where did I put my "forget-me-stick?"

16. If you became a multi-millionaire overnight, what would you buy?

I'd buy my parents a beautiful shore house in Fiji, and all my relatives and friends the houses next to it as well as random people on FanFiction! Then, I would invest the remaining money in the stock market... not! I would use it to publish one of my songs!

17. Tell me something about you that I don't know:

It depends on who "me" is. You probably don't know me so in that case: everything. I don't know who made this quiz.

18. If you could change one thing about the world, regardless of guilt or politics, what would you do?

I would turn back time to Adam and Eve, and give them a pep talk before they face the snake, therefore improving our world immensely!

19. Do you like to dance?

Yes yes YES! Like a maniac! Jump on it! Jump on it! I will be a break dancer someday! (in heaven where nobody will tell me I stink.) But I really do break dance in the street with my friends.

20. What is the first thing you think when you hear these words: 1)heart, 2)straw, 3) applesauce.

Well, many things come to mind, but I will put my first thoughts. 1) Why are hearts shaped like they are? That is not what are inner organs look like! 2) Smoothies! Om nom nom! 3) Applesauce Bob (that was what we called my bro before he was born because that was all my mom ate when she was pregnant with him).

21. What would you call your first child? Give a boy and girl name.

You can't do that to me yet! I will have an emotional breakdown trying to decide!

March 27, 2011: Today, I discovered something awesome. If I listen to "I'll Make a Man Out of You" from Mulan (yeah, I know, I'm a classic Disney kind of person) on my iPod, I almost double my pace when I go running! On my run, I found a stretch of sidewalk in which the squares are perfectly aligned with my stride so that I don't touch any cracks and a good pace. Running is a lot more fun now!

April 1, 2011: My brothers first class today was English and he worked all night on a big paper that he had to turn in today. Being April Fools Day, I replaced his essay with a different piece of paper I had written. What did I replace it with? I now present, The Pointless Story of the Cow and the Iron Giant. ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS AN IORN GIANT. ALSO, IN THE SAME UNIVERSE (A SYNONYM FOR UNIVERSE IS NOT TEDDY BEAR) THERE WAS A COW NAMED JIM... BUT NOBODY EVER CALLED HIM BY JIM. IN FACT, NO BODY EVER EVEN CALLED HIM. JIM HAD NO LIFE (CATS HAVE 9 LIVES). THE IORN GIANT WAS THE COOL GUY. EVERYONE LIKED HIM. HE HAD SHADES, A COOL HAT, WHITEY TIGHTIES, AND EVEN A BLACK BELT. (SUPER MAN HAS NEVER WORN A BLACK BELT) ANY WAY, WERE LIKE THE OPPOSITE. SO WHAT DO YOU THINK WOULD HAPPEN IF THEY MET? WELL, OPPOSITES ATTRACT, SO ONE DAY THE IORN GIANT WAS DEVOURING PLUTO, AND JIM (THE COW) WAS PRACTICING HIS LOUNG JUMP OVER PLUTO AFTER MASTERING THE MOON. SUDDENLY, THEY MET EACH OTHER! "ZUP' MAN?" SAID THE IRON GIANT. "HEY MAN!" SAID JIM (THE COW). AND FROM THAT DAY ON THEY BECAME WORST ENIMIES. EVENTUALLY, THE IORN GIANT BARFED UP PLUTO, AND JIM (THE COW) HAD 10 (TEN) HEART ATTACKS. DID YOU KNOW THAT IF YOU HAVE 10 HEART ATTACKS YOU NOMALY DIE? HOWEVER, THIS WAS A DIFFERENT SRORY... HE DIED. "AWWW MAN!" SAID THE IRON GIANT. “I AM OK MAN,” SAID JIM (THE NOW DEAD COW). THE GRAMMATICAL ED. No my friends, it was not supposed to make any sense. Did you like my master piece though? I thought it was genius! Well, my brother went crazy when he found this in his writing folder in the class with the second meanest teacher. Anyways, I am not totally evil (maybe) so I put his real report in his lunchbox so that he'd find it then and could turn it in. However, I am still in hiding because revenge will occur any minute now.

April 20, 2011: Today, I was going for a run when I saw the back of a raccoon disappear into the woods next to the sidewalk. I crouched down and tried to coax the raccoon out by quoting Buddy the Elf. "What's the matter little guy? Does someone need a hug?" An older man walked past, and immediately started running. I am pretty sure that he thought I was talking to him. I was happy! :D

April 24, 2011: Today I joined Deviantart! I am thinking about transferring my blog over there so I don't take up this whole page. Also, people could comment on individual entries. So should I? PM me please! I have a couple pics up. To check me out go to -->

July 8, 2011: Whoa! LONG LONG LONG LONG LONG time no see. Sigh. I have been super busy lately. Basically disappeared of the face of FanFiction! I probably won't continue this blog unless needed for making announcements. You see, I have three hour soccer practices everyday and that doesn't even include strength and agility training. I sorta sucks sometimes. I have had no time for much at all. I don't watch a lot of TV but I have discovered my new favorite show. Psych. Anyone else a fan? I miss you guys!

MY FAVORITE VERSE OF THE BIBLE. Please read it. It has always been inspiring to me and it will to you to even if you are not religious! I rewrote it so it makes more sense but it is Matthew 6:24-34.

Do not worry about things in your life like what eat, drink, wear, or about your body. Isn't living life more than eating and breathing, and the body more than clothes?

Don't worry about food: Look at the birds of the air! They do not plant crops to store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they? Can any one of you add a single hour to your life by worrying?

Don't worry about clothes: See how the flowers of the field grow. They do not work to buy or weave clothing. Yet even a king was not dressed as well. If that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which will eventually be mowed, will he not much more clothe you?

Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. :D

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Dan's Cahill's 200 Things to do When Bored in Math reviews
Dan's school life isn't completely boring! He likes to shake it up! When Dan knows math like the back of his hand, he shouldn't have to pay attention! Dan writes a list of the most amusing things to do when bored! The result is totally hilarious!
39 Clues - Rated: K+ - English - Humor - Chapters: 11 - Words: 12,924 - Reviews: 172 - Favs: 57 - Follows: 28 - Updated: 3/8/2011 - Published: 1/29/2011 - Dan C. - Complete
The Clue Hunt: Just Reality TV? reviews
Amy and Dan reminisce about what would have happened if at the end of Into the Gauntlet, they discovered the whole clue hunt had been reality TV! If all there lives, they were being bred to become a certain character! A funny one-shot! Enjoy and review!
39 Clues - Rated: K+ - English - Humor/Drama - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,291 - Reviews: 20 - Favs: 12 - Follows: 4 - Published: 3/2/2011 - Complete
Amy Gets Stuck in Twilight! Help! reviews
Amy looked at the creepy dude staring back at her. News-flash! There is an article of clothing called a shirt! And the other man... had he rubbed baby-powder all over himself? How else could he be that pale? In normal life, people aren't that dramatic!
39 Clues - Rated: K+ - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,136 - Reviews: 42 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 3 - Published: 2/9/2011 - Amy C., Dan C. - Complete
Ian's Slips of Character reviews
Every once and awhile Ian accesses a part of his mind that is... well... normal. He can't believe it when he finds himself defacing math.
39 Clues - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 967 - Reviews: 31 - Favs: 9 - Follows: 3 - Published: 2/5/2011 - Ian K.