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Author has written 3 stories for Mystery.

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Planned genres of my fiction works: Biography, Mystery, Historical, Romance, Humor, Western, Sci-Fi, Manga and General.

Notes: There will be absolutely NO SWEARING in any of my stories.

Much of my stories will make reference to some classical music pieces (I.e. The background music for some scenes in my stories or the musical piece the character is listening to).

Heads up: Most of my fiction work may consist of a mix of English and Chinese, which will be accommodated with translations.

Example: 英文 (English)

Italics or underlined indicate that the character is speaking or thinking in a language other than English and Mandarin Chinese.

Legend:

Dialogue/Thoughts - French

對話/想法 (Dialogue/Thoughts) - Japanese

對話(Dialogue) - Another Chinese dialect (I.e. Cantonese)

My characters and stories are of my creation, so NO copying my stories.


Favourite ideas to explore and elements to use in stories:

  • Sense of humour, used especially to lighten up a serious situation.
  • The idea of different dimensions, universes
  • A humourous way to describe an event or narrate a story (For example: Describing someone looking foolish all in a sudden before slumping to the ground indicates that someone has hit him/her in the head)
  • Use of a mysterious character in a story

  • Favourites:

    Colour: Green

    Music: Classical (Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Bach, Vivaldi, Strauss, Bizet)


    My characters:

    Name: Garfield Stephenson Wu (English) - 吳慶 (Traditional Chinese)

    Age: (TBD)

    Date of Birth: June 23, 1953

    Ethnicity: Taiwanese-Canadian

    Place of Birth: Ottawa, CCT, Canada

    City: Ottawa, CCT, Canada

    Family (Italics for deceased):

  • Gordon Wu - 吳景源: Father (DOB: May 27th, 1920)
  • Melissa Lee: Mother (DOB: November 22th, 1922)
  • David Wu: Brother (DOB: December 15th, 1955)
  • Diana Wu: Sister (DOB: October 7th, 1956)
  • Emma Wu: Sister (DOB: October 7th, 1956)
  • Garfield Thompson: Adoptive grandfather (DOB: July 20th, 1891)
  • Arlene Kelly: Adoptive grandmother (DOB: January 19th, 1895)
  • Occupation(s): (TBD)

    Hobbies: Drawing buses, trams and trains, playing the violin and piano, listen to classical music, solving mysteries, reading, collecting model trains and aircraft.

    Quotes: (TBD)

    Languages: English, French, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese Hokkien

    Physical appearance: Short black hair, brown eyes, black glasses.

    Stories: D4 Garfield and the Secret of the School Library! (Completed), D4 Scooby-Doo! A Haunting at the Ottawa SuperEX! (FanFiction) (Completed), D4 Garfield & the Legend of the Phantom Cadet!, D4 Gunless Scooby, D4 A Musical Haunting, D4 Waltz of the Phantoms

    Name: William Walter "Will" Wu (English) - 吳獷勝 (Traditional Chinese)

    Age: (TBD)

    Date of Birth: June 23, 1995

    Ethnicity: Taiwanese-Canadian

    Place of Birth: (TBD)

    City: Ottawa, CCT, Canada

    Family (Italics for deceased):

  • Walter Anthony Wu (Father)
  • Luciana Andrea Lee (Mother)
  • Maria Carla "Mary" Wu (Twin sister, status unknown)
  • Jonathan Kudo (Foster father)
  • Sandra Kodama (Foster mother, wife of Jonathan Kudo)
  • Jessica Kudo (Foster sister, daughter of Jonathan and Sandra Kudo)
  • Patrick Kudo (Foster brother, son of Jonathan and Sandra Kudo)
  • Occupation(s): (TBD)

    Hobbies: Drawing buses, trams and trains, playing the violin and piano, listen to classical music, solving mysteries, reading, collecting model trains and aircraft.

    Quotes: "Let's give it a shot.", "Houston, we've got a problem!"

    Languages: English, French, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese Hokkien

    Physical appearance: Short black hair, brown eyes, black glasses.

    Significant other: (TBD)

    Stories: Phantoms and the Talent Stars Finals (FanFiction) (Completed), A Midsummer Afternoon Murder in Coolsville (FanFiction)

    Note: Dimension One counterpart of Garfield Stephenson Wu


    TIMELINES:

    Dimension One:

    1. William and the Secret of the School Library! (2009, D1 version of Garfield's origin story with William replacing Garfield and also involving a murder at school)
    2. William's roots (2011)
    3. Legend of the Undead Soldier (2012, D1 version of Legend of the Phantom Cadet, with William replacing Garfield and involving a crackdown on military impostors)
    4. Case of the Broken Glass (2012, D1 version of Secret of the Broken Window, with William replacing Garfield and takes place in Ottawa instead of Morrisburg)

    Dimension Four:

    1. Garfield and the Secret of the School Library! (1968)
    2. Garfield and the Legend of the Phantom Cadet (1970)
    3. The Final Calculus Problem (1971)
    4. A Whistleblowing Case in Hong Kong (1976)
    5. Case of the Museum Treasure (1978)
    6. Riddle of the Empty House in Pringle Creek (1979)
    7. Garfield and the Secret of the Broken Window (1983)

    Planned stories:

    Garfield Stephenson Wu series:

    His stories all take place in Dimension Four.

    Oct. 1968 - Garfield and the Secret of the School Library!

    Oct. 1970 - Garfield and the Legend of the Phantom Cadet!

    Oct. 1971 - The Final Calculus Problem

    In his first year of undergraduate studies in civil engineering at Carleton University, Garfield gets a calculus professor who happens to be the grandnephew of the infamous Professor James Moriarty and shares the criminal mastermind's name. In spite of that, the professor does have a reputation as an excellent mathematician and great teacher and is highly regarded by students and his colleagues alike. That reputation is threatened, however, when a string of robberies reminiscent of those organized by the professor's infamous granduncle strikes Ottawa-Hull, and things become complicated when a teaching assistant working with the professor was found murdered.

    May 1976 - A Whistleblowing Case in Hong Kong

    Partially based on the 2013 Paul Walker film Vehicle 19. After graduating from Carleton University, Garfield started working at an international engineering firm, during which he was assigned to work at the firm's Hong Kong office for four months. However, his staying at a flat where a whistle-blower, who holds the key to a major corruption case implicating several of Hong Kong's finest, is hiding at led him into an unexpected adventure as he and the whistle-blower are chased by police, who are bent in stopping the whistle-blower from turning the incriminating evidence over to the Independent Commission Against Corruption.

    June 1978 - Case of the Museum Treasure

    Two years after the whistleblowing case in Hong Kong, Garfield is back in the city-state for another workplace exchange. However, he founds himself in another case after priceless treasures are stolen from a major museum in spite of heavy security.

    June 1979 - Riddle of the Empty House in Pringle Creek

    Based on the Murdoch Mysteries Season 2 finale Anything You Can Do...with elements from the Sherlock Holmes story Adventure in the Empty House. During a ride on the Canadian after returning from Vancouver for a conference, Garfield stumbles upon another mystery when the Montreal-bound train was forced to come to a complete stop in the middle of the Rockies as a result of the discovery of a body left on the tracks. The mystery deepens when it is revealed that the victim intended to whistleblow on a mining company's fraudulent practices surrounding a land deal.

    April 1983 - Garfield and the Secret of the Broken Window

    A couple weeks after Garfield started his first full-time job as a licensed professional engineer, a chance hanging out with colleagues at Billings Bridge one Saturday morning led him to reunite with someone he haven't spoken much to after graduating from Carleton University - Rebecca Lee, who recently started her new job at an architectural firm. The duo will later cross paths again when Garfield travels to Morrisburg for a conference, only to later come upon a mystery when a former OPP police inspector was found dead in a room with a broken window in his home - a mystery that becomes a murder investigation and leads to something related to Garfield and Rebecca's respective feelings deep down in their hearts.


    William Wu series:

    Oct. 2009 - William and the Secret of the School Library!

    Basically the same as D4 Garfield and the Secret of the School Library!, only that Garfield is replaced by William and the mystery surrounds a murder at school.

    Sept. 2010 - The Encounter at school

    Sequel to William's First Case. Since solving his first case and several other cases, William has became quite popular in school, and it was not long before when he received the title "Ottawa's High School/Air Cadet Detective". It was during Grade 10 that he encountered a fairly attractive, beautiful but mysterious girl, a girl that he quickly became suspicious of when she keeps showing up at the most suspicious times while he was working on a murder case. While he managed to clear her for any wrong doing, he becomes convinced that she has other motives for following him, and things became complicated when the girl revealed her desire to help him solve cases. What started as a friendship at school and a partnership turns into something romantic...

    Note: This story will span through the events of Williams roots, The Legend of the Undead Soldier and The Case of the Broken Glass.

    Aug. 2011 - Williams roots

    Story partially based on the Batman stories The First Batman! from Detective Comics # 235 and Batman # 47, as well as the 2001 movie Rush Hour 2. During a trip in a major city, a mass stabbing occurred at the office of an engineering firm in the city. The case becomes personal for William when he and Elizabeth discovered that the mass stabbing had connections to the unsolved arson case that claimed the lives of Williams parents and twin sister, whose body was never found.

    Feb. 2012 - The Legend of the Undead Soldier

    Story partially based on the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode What the Hex Going On?. During a normal cadet training night, the training location - a former hangar used by the air force - suffered from a power outage. When the power was partially restored, the squadrons training officers and the cadet warrant officers were found missing. William, now a senior cadet in the squadron, and four of his cadet friends decides to investigate while the other senior cadets look after the lower-ranking cadets. That investigation is soon linked to a case of the military's crackdown on military imposters, as well as an old legend.

    March 2012 - The Case of the Broken Glass

    William and Elizabeth received one of the most baffling cases they had ever worked on when a former Ottawa police chief inspector was found dead in a room with a broken window at his home.

    Aug. 2012 - William vs. The Harbour Pirates

    Story based on the Batman story Hook Morgan and his Harbor Pirates! from Detective Comics #54, first published in August 1941. William and Elizabeth went on a trip to a major port city, but trouble seems to follow them wherever they go, and shortly after their arrival, news broke out that the cargo from an incoming cargo vessel has been looted at the harbour and that the pirates have made good of their escape when pursued by the police.

    June 2013 - A wild-goose chase to Australia

    After his 18th birthday, William travels to Melbourne, Australia to visit his relatives living there, as one of his aunts from his mothers side is getting married there. Little did he know that he will end up going on a never-expected adventure, such as being stranded in Los Angeles for a day.

    Oct. 2013 - The Riddle of the Missing Twin

    In the beginning of William's final training year in the air cadets, the notable Manchester Air Cadet Sherlock Holmes, Maria Wu, arrived at his squadron for an one-year exchange. For some reason, she looked quite familiar to William and has begin to develop a close bond with him, leading to some jealousy from Elizabeth. That jealousy only turned worse when the trio were called in to investigate a counterfeiting ring, and in the process Maria revealed a secret that might further complicate issues.

    Nov. 2013 - A New Era

    Sequel to The Riddle of the Missing Twin. William and his lost twin sister Jennifer reconcile after being apart for so many years, going through all of the cases he and Elizabeth managed to close in the past 4-5 years, while Jennifer and Elizabeth had a chat about Elizabeth's romantic relationship with William.

    Jan. 2014 - The Secret of the Hidden Tunnels

    University life became a source of new adventures for William, Elizabeth and Jennifer, as they enjoy their time in first year civil engineering, industrial design and architectural engineering respectively. However, the trio stumble upon a mystery when a former engineering professor, who also had a degree in archeology and the arts, spoke the words "The tunnels will guide the way" in his dying breath.


    Locations:

    Note: All real-life locations mentioned in my stories are fictionalized

    Dimension Four:

    In terms for world affairs and boundaries, the world of Dimension Four is going to be semi-anachronistic:

  • Examples of defunct monarchies that are still active in the present-day: The German Empire, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Greece, the Ottoman Empire, Korea, Ethiopia, Laos, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iran, all in the form of stable, democratic parliamentary constitutional monarchies
  • The Indian subcontinent is encompassed by a federal parliamentary republic in the form of the Indian Union (Itself divided into three constituent countries)
  • The pre-1949 Republic of China (Excluding Mongolia and Taiwan) is still in control of the mainland, aside from being a stable, semi-presidential republic with the status as the world's largest democracy and largest social-welfare state
  • The United Kingdom only consists of England, Scotland and Wales as of 1921, with the fictionalized Republic of Ireland (Who's still a member of the Commonwealth of Nations) encompassing both real-life Ireland and Northern Ireland
  • In terms for passenger rail in Canada, the world of Dimension Four is going to be semi-anachronistic:

  • Examples of defunct rail services that are still active in the present-day: The Super Continental and the Atlantic
  • The Confederation Bridge linking Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick is a road and rail bridge, with daily VIA Rail service linking Charlottetown, PEI, with the New Brunswick cities of Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John
  • There are two rail links to Newfoundland: One through a rail bridge from Labrador and Quebec and the other through a rail tunnel from Sydney, Nova Scotia. Both rail links terminate at St. John's
  • The VIA Rail-operated Canadian continues to use its 1950s and 1960s CP Rail routings, connecting Vancouver on the west end with Toronto or Ottawa and Montreal on the east end
  • VIA Rail continues to serve Ottawa Union Station, though the real-life Ottawa Railway Station at Tremblay that opened in 1966 is opened in 1977 as a temporary station while Ottawa Union Station in downtown undergoes renovations with the tracks electrified and twinned and moved to underground tunnels in the downtown core. Following the reopening of Ottawa Union Station in 1983, the temporary station at Tremblay is renamed as Ottawa East Station
  • LRC is the name of VIA Rail's high speed rail service adapted from the Bombardier LRC trainset that entered service in 1982, though unlike its real-life counterpart, the LRC is electric-powered and is of push-pull formation (With later models shifting towards electric multiple unit)
  • MOOSE Rail is the primary operator of commuter and regional rail in the Ottawa-Hull region, having had taken over operations from VIA Rail, CP Rail and CN Rail in the 1990s
  • All rail lines in the Ottawa-Hull region that were torn down since the 1950s and 1960s in real life are still in use today, aside from minor adjustments in the routings if applicable
  • Montreal Windsor Station is still active as a railway station as with Ottawa Union Station
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    Stories Never Told: Ghost Platoon by CDNHawk
    When he's transferred to a US Military School... Cadet Sergeant Troy MacMullin finds himself without any of his friends. To top it off, he's the only Canadian there and with his superiors making it hard to breathe, he starts putting togther unit with potential that he doesn't even realize.
    Fiction: Young Adult - Rated: T - English - Drama/Romance - Chapters: 9 - Words: 21,283 - Favs: 3 - Updated: 5/15/2012 - Published: 4/6/2012 - Complete
    Ottawa And Yet by Komik reviews
    Any Canadian will find this veeery interesting. Anyone else will, too, but to a slightly lesser extent.
    Fiction: Sci-Fi - Rated: K+ - English - Sci-Fi/Adventure - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,277 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 2 - Published: 6/6/2004
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    D4 Garfield & the Legend of the Phantom Cadet! reviews
    Sequel to my FanFiction story Scooby-Doo! A Haunting at the Ottawa SuperEX! A typical cadet training night turns into another mystery-solving case for Garfield Wu when several of the officers disappears during the night, disappearances that are attributed to the infamous Phantom Cadet. Please read and review!
    Fiction: Mystery - Rated: K+ - English - Mystery/Adventure - Chapters: 2 - Words: 4,157 - Reviews: 1 - Updated: 11/3 - Published: 10/21
    D4 Garfield and The Secret of the School Library! reviews
    A string of thefts at Glebe Collegiate Institute in Ottawa led Garfield Stephenson Wu to investigate his first mystery. Disclaimer at the first chapter. Please read and review!
    Fiction: Mystery - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure/Mystery - Chapters: 10 - Words: 23,506 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 7/19 - Published: 1/16 - Complete
    William's First Case
    William Wu is enrolled in a high school that is considered to be the best in Ottawa, DC. However, the school has haunting legends that overshadows its reputation as a great school, and when one of his classmates goes missing, William investigates the disappearance and came upon a 25-year-old unsolved murder of a former student. Discontinued.
    Fiction: Mystery - Rated: K+ - English - Drama/Mystery - Chapters: 11 - Words: 13,535 - Updated: 9/11/2015 - Published: 10/26/2014