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Author has written 41 stories for Robin Hood BBC, Chronicles of Narnia, Truman Show, Hunger Games, Numb3rs, Hawaii Five-0, Flashpoint, Once Upon a Time, and Supernatural.
I just want to start out by saying that for anyone reading this who is new to fanfiction, or just wondering what some of the terms on here mean, there is a site that is compiling a dictionary of terms that does a pretty good job - http://hisjewelst.wix.com/fictiondiction
I am missionary kid from Ghana, West Africa; hence the pen name.
TV shows I like - Robin Hood BBC, Sue Thomas F.B.Eye, NCIS, NCIS: LA, Hawaii 5-0, the Mentalist, Criminal Minds, Flashpoint, Numb3rs, Supernatural
Movies I like - Tangled, The Chronicles of Narnia, Lord of the Rings, The Climb, Inception, How to Train Your Dragon, The Truman Show (Very random list, but I am sort of brain dead right now.)
Books I like - Oh, where should I start? First, the Bible - absolutely true. By God.
I like the Chronicles of Narnia series - awesome allegory of God/Jesus/Aslan and his love for us. By C.S. Lewis.
the Ranger's Apprentice series - exciting adventures of a King's Ranger and his apprentice.
the Hardy Boys series - good mysteries, although they sometimes repeat themselves.
the Homelander series- edge-of-your-seat action and adventure of a boy with amnesia.
the Adventures of Oddessy series - good Christian books, sort of for younger children though.
the Trailblazer series - accounts of famous missionaries as seen through the eyes of OC's.
the Baxter Family series - the story of a Christian family. Lots of romance. By Karen Kingsbury.
Do Hard Things - a book talking about the low expectations our culture sets for teenagers today. By Brett and Alex Harris.
Crazy Love - a book about the crazy love God has for us. By Francis Chan.
Radical - a book explaining how following Christ requires radical living. By David Platt.
Water Sky - a story of an American boy who lives with Eskimos in Alaska and goes whale hunting. Same author as "Julie of the Wolves."
Julie of the Wolves - the story of a girl lost in the wilderness, who gets accepted by a pack of Alaskan wolves. Same author as "Water Sky."
the Bronze Bow - a story of a young Jewish boy during the time of Jesus, who hopes for Rome to be overthrown.
Johnny Tremain - a story of a young American boy during the time of the Revolutionary War. By Kathryn Forbes.
The Giver - a futuristic novel of a time when humans no longer have emotions. By Lois Lowry.
Mama's Bank Account - a true story of a mother seen through the eyes of her daughter. Set in the Depression.
1776 - an account of that year, and what it meant for America. By David McCullough.
Through Gates of Splendor - the true story of five missionary martyrs in the jungles of Ecuador. By Elizabeth Elliot.
Bruchko - the autobiography of a young man who worked with the Motilone Indians in South America, translating the Bible into their language. By Bruce Olsen.
Brother Andrew: God's Smuggler - an exciting tale of smuggling Bibles into countries where they are prohibited.
I Would Die for You - the biography of a young martyr, who gave his all for God. By Brent Higgins.
Hoops of Hope - the autobiography of a young boy who was used mightily by God. By Austin somebody.
Chariots of Fire - the biography of famous missionary/athlete Eric Liddell.
Foxe's Book of Martyrs - a list of martyrs of the past and present. By John Foxe.
and tons more that I can't think of right now. I'll have to update sometime when I'm not brain dead. Just to let you know, this list is not in any sort of order. I just typed them as I thought of them, and you should know that my brain is pretty random. And yes, I know that my summaries suck. Oh, well. If you want to know the author of a book I have listed here, message me and I will find out for you.
Originally, I copied a bunch of things from other people's profiles, but then I thought that I should be talking for myself and not just repeating what other people have said. So, I will not read or write slash or incest, because I believe it to be wrong, and I don't think reading it is useful or has a godly purpose. Speaking of godliness, I am a follower of Jesus Christ, and I believe in Him as my redeemer and risen LORD. I also believe that the Bible is 100% true, and you can't convince me otherwise.
My first fanfiction ever was about White Collar, and it will never be seen. Quite frankly, it was terrible. My first fanfiction on this site was Robin Hood. I like the show because of the friendship the men have, especially in the first season. I also like the story of the betrayal and redemption of a certain character. I won't say, in the rare case that someone doesn't know yet.
I then tried Narnia. I have always liked Narnia, because of the symbolism, but also because it is well written. C.S Lewis was a talented author, and his characters teach us important lessons.
I watched the Truman Show, and wrote something for that too. The movie is built on a great concept - really interesting to think about.
The Hunger Games books are brilliant, brilliant writing. And the plot isn't bad either. But because the books themselves are so good, I am hesitant to publish much in this fandom.
Numb3rs is a really cool TV show, and I like the whole concept of a genius mathmatician helping his FBI agent brother solve cases. But I'm not really smart enough to do much here, especially with Charlie. So anything I post will probably be about Don, and will probably be short.
Flashpoint is a great Canadian TV show, and I really like the characters a lot. Also, the show does a good job with letting us see the characters' emotions, and that is why I like writing for this fandom.
Hawaii Five-0 is a show I sort of blew through. I wrote a little one shot off the top of my head one day, and decided to share it on here. There were a lot of people who asked me to write more, so I extended the one-shot into a sort-of-complete story. I wrote a couple more things after that, but I'm not really involved in that fandom anymore.
Supernatural is my newest fandom, and I like it because of Sam and Dean's relationship. I can forgive most of the rest because of that. Although, I have to say that I also love the finesse with which the writers regularly break the fourth wall. Anyway, I haven't written much for this and I'm not sure if I ever will - we'll have to wait and see.
I am on fanfiction because I am interested in becoming a better writer, so reviews are greatly appreciated. I am not shy about accepting criticism, so don't be shy about giving it! I would rather it be constructive than a flame, though. Thanks for the reviews I just know you're going to give me...:)
So there you have it, folks. If you read all of that, then congratulations. You are pretty unusual. Thanks for taking the time. Now if you would read my stories and tell me how I can improve... I would be grateful.
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