I am a lover of God, and of all who love God. Hello!
I am homeschooled, but more importantly I have been taught to love learning and understanding. I also love to create, and have been attracted to various venues of creation, such as fiction, drawing, photography, animation, acting, audio drama, interactive fiction, and so on.
I am a Fantasy writer with a small book and good deal of short stories under my belt, and plenty more on the way. I love languages, and am learning biblical Hebrew and Esperanto, with plans to learn, make, and teach many more languages.
For example, I am also interested in biblical Greek, ancient Irish, Korean, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, Finnish, German, Ukrainian, and I would love to help preserve at least one vanishing language. It is disturbing to me that I hear so little about protecting endangered languages.
I am also learning Toki Pona (it is meant to be a simple language, with only 120 words; I have its dictionary on a sheet of paper).
God is my example, and Scripture is the only perfect source of knowledge and inspiration. Of imperfect works, I love Beowulf, The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion, The Travels of Marco Polo, Les Miserables, Pilgrim's Progress, The Place of the Lion, Demon: a Memoir, and others I will think of in a moment.
My book is called A Foreshadowed Way, first in the tetralogy of Jorgan the Sphere. It is a dark fairy tale, something I wrote for my brother's birthday (it was late though, delivered on April Fools day).
I was curious and did some figuring, and I found out that if you take a series of 12 circles with an increasing number of points at equal intervals on their circumferences, the number of single-line, self-crossing star polygons (like the pentagram) that you can make on the twelve circles is also 12:
4 can make 1 star,
2 can make 2 stars,
1 can make 4 stars,
and the smallest number of points that can make a star is 5 (the pentagram), and 5 of the circles cannot make a star.