Author has written 81 stories for Avatar: Last Airbender, Twilight, Misc. Books, Footloose, High School Musical, Once Upon a Time, Les Miserables, Aladdin, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Het Huis Anubis/House of Anubis, Harry Potter, Great Gatsby, Peter Pan, Kim Possible, Peter Pan, Story Keepers, Legend of Korra, Giver, A Christmas Carol, Star Wars, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Hamilton, Paperman, Voltron: Legendary Defender, Bible, Carmen Sandiego, 2019, Hercules, and Heist Society.
My earliest attempts at writing outside of school were fan fiction, though I didn't know that term at the time. I discovered online fandoms when I was in high school, and since then writing and sharing fan fiction has been a steady hobby, helping me both improve my craft and connect with other fans. In college I studied communications, literature, and various forms of creative writing, among other things. I am now technically a professional writer.
I believe the primary purpose of fiction is to help people examine and better understand reality. For this reason, I try to relate my thoughts and emotions about fictional characters to real people in similar situations, and I encourage my readers to do the same.
My username comes from my real-life nickname and some original characters I used to write about. I have the same username on other websites that I use primarily for fandom-related activities, including Archive Of Our Own, DeviantArt, and Tumblr.
My profile picture is the symbols and names of the four authors of the Gospels. I found the image at Son of Thunder Historical Apologetics on blogspot . com.
I am willing to trade my written work for art illustrating my stories.
I do not participate in role-play forums.
About My Stories
A novella has 17,500 to 40,000 words.
A short story cycle is a collection of short stories that can be read separately, but have a common element (such as a theme, character, or group of characters), giving them deeper meaning when read together.
Canon-compliant means not changing or contradicting anything in the official storyline.
If there are errors in my work (spelling, grammar, punctuation, canon), please point them out so I can remedy them! (I'm convinced this website creates typos in stories over time.)
These essays, lectures, podcasts, and books have influenced my worldview and my storytelling philosophy, so you may see ideas from them in my work. I also recommend each one on its own merits.
~ "The Danger of a Single Story" by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
~ "Erotic, but not Pornographic" by John Peck
~ Hollywood Worldviews: Watching Films with Wisdom and Discernment by Brian Godawa
~ "Letter to Artists" by Pope John Paul II
~ The Literary Life podcast by Angelina Stanford, Cindy Rollins, and Thomas Banks
~ "Myth Became Fact" from God in the Dock by C.S. Lewis
~ "On Fairy-Stories" by J.R.R. Tolkien
~ Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith and Art by Madeleine L'Engle
~ What the Force? podcast by Marie-Claire Gould
In honor of my tenth anniversary of posting my first fanfic, a friend of mine interviewed me about my fan fiction on his podcast, "Everything You Never Needed to Know about Movies, Music & Theatre." The podcast is available on Anchor and Spotify. The episode with my interview, entitled "Fan Fiction Writing," was released on April 20.
In my DeviantArt gallery there are collages I made as cover art for "The Last Misérables," "Of Tabloids and Triads," and "The Porg Princess."
Bonus features for "Finding What You Weren't Looking For"
Bonus features for "Trust, Truth, Fear, and Freedom"
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