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I first got the idea for the Timothy Eli Series after my first year in college. I looked at all the terrible fictional character that were presented to kids with witchcraft and all these evil influences out there for kids and I felt a calling from God to make an alternative and that led to the idea of making a Christian Science Fiction Novel and The Timothy Eli premise.​ ​ I have had a love for the science fiction genre and was influenced by a lot of fiction novels and Manga stories and those influences show through in my writings. I am extremely religious and influenced by the Holy Bible and it also has a strong influence on my writing as well. I live in Florida with my beautiful wife Bianca and our dog Rocko. I graduated from the University of Florida in 2007 and I have been writing for almost ten years.
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Featured work.

Timothy Eli and the Light Guard Trials

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Description: Fresh off of their victory at the Battle of New Angeles, the Theta Delta Legion is taken to the heaven realm to take part in the Light Guard Trials. They are welcomed like superstars into a realm that they can't understand. Can they overcome their n...

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Other Works by Navagator29.
Timothy Eli and The Journey to the Light Guard Academy

Timothy Eli and The Journey to the Light Guard Academy

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Timothy is a normal ten year old kid who hates living in the shadow of his older brother. Unbeknownst to...

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NicholasSaw posted a message to Navagator29
I hope I'm not being too harsh, but the way you make all the other deities and religions like the Greeks is a little too much, making them evil in the first place. SOME people who may read this might get the slight feeling of insult, but seriously, keep going. The way you write the story, the plot, religion and diversity of this story's world is one of the greatest I've ever seen, that this story is one I've been reading more than a few others. Though you can always continue with Timothy Eli, I really hope you can make other stories to your collection of works.