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Author has written 27 stories for Tangled, Kim Possible, Cars, Frozen, Mulan, How to Train Your Dragon, and Zootopia.
Hello I'm a Danish guy
Name: Anders Iversen (I'm terrible at user names so I use that name at YouTube too)
Birthday: 29th august, 1993.
Education: Danish High School, graduated summer 2014
Occupation: Security Guard and Sales man at gas station.
I'm a Danish guy in his early 20's and I live in my own apartment/basement (since Nov. '14). I've been bullied a lot when I was a kid and I didn't get any close friends until I turned 18 where I got a lot of friends during high school from which I graduated in summer '14.
I have 3 sisters (one big sister, a twin sister and a younger sister) and my parents were divorced when I was 3 years old. My twin is my only full blood sister actually. In my spare time, I mostly do sports like biking, soccer or fitness work out. I have both arms covered with tattoos in sleeves and I am more less the only one in my family who accept this (expect my sisters). I also hang out with as many of my friends from high school as possible when I'm off duty and when they manage to get time in their busy schedules at the same time. I have all sorts of tattoo's all from soccer clubs to symbols, flags and Disney as well, so I show myself through those
I can't just get enough of Disney, DreamWorks and cartoons in particular.
The Lion King is my favourite as I have "Hakuna Matata" and "Remember who you are" tattooed on my body (it says all), but I also love all the old ones from when Walt Disney was alive, but pretty all from the 70's, 80's and the 90's... there are a few newer than I don't like so much, but otherwise do I watch every Disney classics... my faves since they went over to animation is Tangled, Frozen and Zootopia.
DreamWorks favourites are Shrek and How to Train your Dragon.
My favourite pairings are:
Highest recommendations to these two authors:
Tangled4ever gets the highest recommendations! She wants to be a professional and she sure has the potential, so if you truly want to read some great stories, then you HAVE to see her work! I visited her in Australia last year, and it was an interesting experience. I'll always be grateful for giving me the possibility of seeing such a beautiful nature/culture! Her writing is excellent in my POV, and I've read it some of them more than 5 times because they're too great for me not to do so. I therefore send my highest recommendations again as she's the best author I've read on this site!
An Unknown Foreign Beauty is also one to be recommended. A great friend from Bangladesh who I speak with frequently and have done so for a few years now. She's a very different person from the people around me back home, which make her so special to talk to and I enjoy it a lot. She also writes a lot of great stories, I've spent many hours reading her stories over and over again, so you should give it a try yourself