About Me


Hello everyone!

Now that I’ve been blogging for three years, I suppose it’s about time to revise this page. When I first started the “Adventure Writer’s Blog,” I went off on a spiel about one of my longtime usernames that I was known by, as well as my history in web site creation and forum management. Things, however, have changed since then. (6/01/12)

Since I was very young, I’ve had a passion for travelling, service, and all around creativity (whether it’s writing, graphics design, drawing, etc.)! My adventures abroad have led me to the British Isles, France, and across the United States. Inspired by these locations and guided by my convictions, I have self published various short stories and a duet play for which I have received great positive feedback and have made the decision to distribute certain editions for free that others may enjoy them more readily – I plan on making my first novel publish sometime in the near future. Frequently, I help take care of my five year old niece, and because of this, I now have a greater understanding of the old saying “they grow up so fast.”

I am a Christian and proud of it. I stand by my beliefs, not for tradition’s sake nor for acceptance or conformity, but for a relationship with my Savior (which continues to shape and transform my life) and for logical and supernatural grounds. I believe Science compliments the Christian worldview, although as it can only observe the physical, it is not all-inclusive in regards to wisdom and knowledge. I have found, time and time again, I Corinthians 13 to be a exemplary guide for relationships and very telling of the depravations which society faces today.

Feel free to read my blog, comment, vote, trackback & pingback, so on and so forth. Have a good one.

(below is one of my favorite sermons by LA Pastor, Louie Giglio)

If you can't view this video, you may have better luck on the Official Site!

Here is the Adventure Writer Mission Statement, which will be amended and revised continually until its just right!

Although this a multi-subject blog, I do have a few set goals that will remain.

  1. I will continually provide reviews on movies, books, music, manga, MMORPG’s, WordPress themes, video games & consoles, food, and anything else suitable for review! In these reviews, I ask readers to keep in mind that I add my personal opinion into each post – I hold firmly to my Christians values and beliefs and will not compromise.
  2. I welcome any appropriate comments – however, any vulgar, profane, racist, or in any way slanderous comments will be deleted or marked as spam – not to be displayed on this blog. Courteous constructive criticism is welcome and I’m always looking for ways to improve my blog! Any other cordial comments and feedback are encouraged as well – I just have one request: think about what you say before you post it!
  3. This blog is not in any way meant to badger, slander, or reflect and elaborate upon darkly sarcastic, cynical, satirical topics and discussions. I will abide by Biblical standards and keep a civil tone in my writings. As a Christian, I agree with the statement made by Brother Andrew, author of God’s Smuggler: that we are not anti people of other religions or other beliefs, rather “pro-Christ.” I am open to the expression of one’s personal beliefs, though you may certainly expect to see me express mine in return (in this manner, I do not conform to pop culture’s idea of “tolerance.” The suppression of beliefs which contradict those of others). This blog is for informative and expressive purposes – if you have any questions, please leave a comment on one of my posts.

For copyright and other general inquiries, you may either use the contact form or contact the author directly at:

adventure writer inquiry (at) g m ail .com (spaces to prevent spam)

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  1. Nice to meet you. Let us know how your publishing efforts are going. I recently self-published a Christian novel through a publisher called Booklocker. I’m very brand new to the whole publishing process.

  2. Nice to meet you all [in response to both comments] as well.
    Self-publishing is something I should probably look into, and I’ll certainly post any progress I make in the process that I take with my book.
    Most appreciated!

  3. Read your review – darn, you’re really starting to sound like one of those guys in the magazines.

    And to everyone else – this guy’s nickname is Tatertots. Be sure to call him that whenever you can! : )

  4. Most appreciated – It’s good if I’m sounding like those guys – it means I’m starting to write like a genuine critic.

    Tatertots? Sure, I’m already being called Tat, why not?

  5. Not as good as my Sherlock Holmes book 😛 but a good blog all round! 😀

  6. Nice to meet you–looking forward to keeping an eye on your blog!

  7. postadaychallenge2011

    It is nice to meet you and know you will be a publisher. Loved your video….I am a Christian too, proud of it.

  8. hey – if you love klove – you might like its other station air 1 – think plumb, kutless, those sort of christian artists

  9. Nice. Good video. I will share in myblog … thanks

  10. Glad to meet a Christian who does not bow her knees to the pagan gods. We stand firm to what we believe no matter who does not like it. I agree with keeping written material clean.

    I could not listen to your favorite sermon. Something happened and it was interrupted.

  11. Clive Michaels here, your blog looks awesome. I’m excited about your future posts!
    Also, “tatertot?” I think I just might start calling you that.

    But seriously, I’m glad you are taking a stand for your beliefs. Stay strong, brother!

  12. Hey there, Adventure Writer! I found a link to your Blog from “Project B.U.I.L.D.” You have a great blog. 🙂 As you said, it is so refreshing to “find another steadfast Christian in an increasingly secular world.” Sadly to say, it also gets harder to find is a Christian who has not compromised on biblical music and values. I look forward to meeting you in the next few months of Development!

  13. So, how are you helping Project BUILD? 🙂

  14. How could anyone not love the adventure writer blog? I know adventurewriter, and he’s a very good friend. -rawy

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