Author has written 7 stories for Life, General, Humor, and Nature.
Hello, everyone! I am the KlorpMaster! I will not tell you my real name, however, I will tell you that I am a girl, and you may call me Christine (I always loved that name!). My posts on this site will mostly be poetry, though there might be one or two actual stories.
I have an account on FanFiction as well. You can search me as Phinneas McCheeser.
All you have to do it click the link below to get to my profile over there:
Yes, I am a Christian. If you have an issue with that, then deal with it, 'cause it's not changing anytime soon.
Getting to Know Me in 10 Sentences:
I live somewhere in the Northeastern US. I am a teenage reader/writer/poet who is obsessed with Harry Potter, Ranger's Apprentice, and Percy Jackson and the Olympians. I am also slightly in love with Doctor Who, Top Gear UK, Phineas and Ferb, and Criminal Minds. I am a major klutz, and am prone to tripping over air, breaking things, and running into walls - which, by the way, is much more painful that people make it out to be in stories. I have brown, bushy, curly hair that is down past my shoulders and much resembles Hermione Granger's, but darker and curlier. I am NOT a girly-girl and hate makeup - in fact, I often find myself helping my dad jack up our driveway or trim our bushes. I am a competitive swimmer, and my best strokes timewise are backstroke and distance freestyle, though I enjoy almost all of them (butterfly sucks). I have a great little group of friends, and we're all a tad bit insane - though I am usually considered the sensible one in the group (how did that happen?). My 6th grade school year was the best of my life - I have so much to thank my classmates and teachers for. I love music - playing it, because my dad plays jazz guitar and got me into piano, and listening to it, because he always plays the sort of music I used to think was weird (and am now obsessed with, like Latin and Funk) - and I love most genres, including classical, rap, metal, hip-hop, jazz, blues, country, CCM, electronic, rock, soul, R&B - pretty much anything but hardcore rap (hint: Drake), which I can't stand.
Yikes! There's a lot you can pack into 10 sentences!
My Savior - Without you, I would be stranded in the middle of nowhere figuratively and literally - and you can forget about writing. Thank you so much for blessing me with the wonderful gift of writing.
My Awesome Family - Thanks so much, guys! You have always supported me in my writing, and I think it definitely shows. You guys are amazing!
The Clapper - What can I say? From best friend to FanFiction buddy, you've always been there for me. Thanks for putting up with all the beta docs I send you!
Sophii - You are like the twin sister I never had. Thanks a gazillion (which, by the way, is technically not an actual number, and is just a theory because - I'm doing it again, aren't I?) for sticking with me through everything, including (but not limited to) awkward situations with Voldemort and Jig A. Love ya!
Nittles - We did it. We survived sixth grade. And we're still keeping touch! Thanks so much for always supporting me in my writing and life in general, and for all the great memories! And I swear, I will write that book about our class... Eventually.
Fido and Shooperman - Yeah, I remembered you! Despite all the teasing and book-stealing and general annoying, you guys are really great friends. *sniff* You're just like the annoying brothers I never had! I dedicate the Cheese Poem to you guys. :)
Mari and Mary - I know I just met you guys this year, but I know we'll be great friends for, like, forever and all that. I've already had such great times laughing, doing math, and dressing up as fish with you two. (Luke 24:42) Thanks a heap!
My Sixth Grade Teachers (Mr. F, Mrs. L, and Mrs. L) - I know none of you will [probably] ever read this, but thank you all so much for being so supportive of me and my writing. You guys were [and still are] all great teachers, and encouraged me in ways you will never know.
Everyone who has touched me, helped me, or taught me - I can never put into words how grateful I am for your love and support. Thanks so much for everything.
Poems I Will Be Posting Soon:
The Day My Dad Cooked Breakfast - Yup. It finally happened. My dad never, ever cooks anything - if we're ignoring that one day... Originally a gift to my dad on Father's Day, but I hope everyone likes it! Rated K.
Fiber: A True Story - One day I misheard my pastor in church. Needless to say, it was disastrous - for me, anyways. And this is the result. First in my 'Speak Clearly' series. Rated K.
Defective Foxes: A True Story - One day, I was giving a Spelling test, and my friend misheard me... A sequel to 'Fiber: A True Story' and second in my 'Speak Clearly' series. Rated K.
Character - Just a short little thing about what character actually is. Christian themes. Rated K.
Innermost Reaches of My Mind: Anything weird that happens in my head gets written down. Here is the collection. Unlike the rest of my poems, this makes little to no sense and will be multi-chaptered. Rated K.
Stories I Will Be Posting Soon:
Not Quite Magic - Charlie Sheen makes his neighbor Albert Einstein very angry. Luckily, Inspector Sherlock Holmes is there to help. Used to be an old Reading assignment. Rated K.
Journal of an Exceedingly Normal Sixth Grader - A documentary of my 6th grade year. None of it is made up, I swear. Contains Christian thoughts, actions, and discussions. There will be humor, laughter, nicknames, friendships, and the day we all dreaded - the day it all ended. Rated K.
Adventures of Wing 13B: Mission East Valley Junior High - Three girls have spent their whole lives in a bright, white corridor - Wing 13B. Wing 13B of a spy agency. For the first time in their lives, Janna, Lynne, and Caitlyn are needed by their agency to complete a mission - a mission at East Valley Junior High School. While the girls try to blend into a crowd of "normal" kids, someone else had her eyes on them - and she's not giving up easily. While the girls are hot on the trail of an insane psychopath, they find themselves becoming tangled deeper and deeper in a web of lies, deceit, and betrayal. But when they get the opportunity to escape their agency - and all they've ever known - forever, will they say no? Can they say yes? Rated T.
Untitled as of Now - The country of Seneca's government system is failing under its violent king. When a young Senecan girl escapes from her old life only to be captured by bandits, she sets off a chain of events that will either make or break her country as a whole. Rated T.
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