Author has written 71 stories for Chronicles of Narnia, Bible, Courageous, Soul Surfer, Misc. Movies, Real Steel, Wreck-It Ralph, Fireproof, Avengers, How to Train Your Dragon, Young Justice, Hobbit, Rise of the Guardians, Monsters Inc., Sherlock Holmes, Big Hero 6, Amazing Grace, 2006, Cinderella, Captain America, and Silmarillion.
Ariyah is the juxtaposed username of the two people sharing this account: Ariel_of_Narnia and Meryah.
Announcement: Meryah has an account on AO3. Follow her there to keep up with her writing as not all of her works will be available on FF.
I'm a Christian. I know that there are many people who use the word "Christian" in the broadest sense, so there's little use in trying to convince you of anything in particular without laying out everything I believe right here.
I've loved books since... probably before I can actually remember. The desire to start writing really popped up when I was about ten. I grew to realize that I love story in general, and the older I get, the more emphasis I put on character.
More stuff from me: I have a YouTube channel; not much on there, but I'll eventually get more stuff made when I have time.
Awards -- "Sweet Savour" was the runner-up for "The Stone Table Award (for best supposal)" for the Narnia Still Lives forum's 2012 Narnia Fanfic Awards. "Wisdom to be Just" was the winner of "The Stable Award (for best use of Scripture in fiction)" in The Lion's Call's 2013 Lion Awards. Upon this Rock was the winner of "The Stone Table Award (for best supposal)" for the Narnia Still Lives forum's 2013 Narnia Fanfic Awards.
Trailers (made by yours truly unless otherwise noted)--
"Counted Among the Traitors" (for WillowDryad)
"Refined by Fire" (for WillowDryad)
"By Grace Restored" (by Jesus'girl4ever)
Just as a general note regarding my Narnia fanfics, I tend to write in what I call the "eitherverse": my stories can fit in either bookverse or the Walden movieverse, and I borrow elements from both indiscriminately. Unless I specify that a story is exclusively one or the other, feel free to imagine whichever 'verse you prefer.
If you’re looking for some fanfics written by fellow Christians here on FF, you may find something new through this community.
Like Ariel, I'm a dedicated Christian. Unlike Ariel, I enjoy Tolkien's stuff more than Lewis'. But it's all good stuff.
Favourite books: Anything by Tolkien (mostly LOTR), Chronicles of Narnia, Do Hard Things, Start Here, anything written by Ariel or my sister Bialystoker.
Favourite movies: Any Disney Chronicles of Narnia, FOTR, TTT, ROTK, Born of Hope, Sherwood Pictures, Chariots of Fire, and The Santa Fe Trail.
I started writing when I was maybe eight or nine. It started with spinoffs on books I'd read (I'd take the plot, change the names of the main characters, and try to pass it off as my own), but I soon started to use my own imagination.
I also have a CoN story (Helper Comparable) from my sister Bialystoker that she gave up on and am now trying to finish. Ariel wishes me to put a disclaimer on this section: she doesn't approve of it. I don't care.
I'm now hooked on Avengers, Thor, Captain America, and most everything else Marvel. Except the Hulk. I'm writing a saga on Clint and Natasha.
As of November 2014, I have moved to AO3, as the top of the profile says. I apologise to those who enjoyed my stories here, but if you are interested, just follow the link.
Soli Deo Gloria!
The Narniac's Creed
I believe in a Lion named Aslan
Who died and rose again
For a greedy child like me.
He is good but not safe,
And the bigger I grow,
The bigger He becomes
At Aslan's roar, even the trees bow down.
Yet He comes to romp and play
With any who will join Him.
He has another name in our world.
And by knowing Him a little in Narnia,
I know Him better here.
He's not a tame Lion, it's true.
But when I am thirsty,
There is no other stream.
So I will take the adventure that Aslan sends,
And whether I live or die,
He will be my good Lord,
Until further up and further in
I finally reach His true country
And leave the shadowlands behind.
Jesus had no servants, yet they called Him Master...
He had no degree, yet they called Him Teacher...
He had no medicine, yet they called Him Healer...
He had no army, yet kings feared Him...
He won no military battles, yet He conquered the world...
He committed no crime, yet they crucified Him...
He was buried in a tomb, yet He still lives today...
Be honored to serve such a leader who loves us.
A good book is a good friend.
Our idea of fun is reading.
"I can't imagine a man really enjoying a book and reading it only once." C.S. Lewis