About Me

Hello Everybody! My name is Michael Hollingworth, or M3L6H. Here is a picture of me:

Really, the yellow cap is my icon. XD

Really, the yellow cap is my icon. XD

So, where do I start. I’m eighteen, and I’m a Christian blogger. I write, draw, make music, and that’s pretty much what you’ll see on this blog. This blog was originally started as a blog for my Creative Writing class, and since then it has grown into so much more.

Currently I am working on writing Eternity, which is a fantasy novel, inspired by The Stormlight Archive, from Brandon Sanderson. I plan to keep posting updates on my blog as it goes along.

You can also expect a number of journal-like posts on here. They aren’t explicitly journals, because I don’t like simply talking about me, but they will have elements of my current life, as well as whatever I felt like talking about at the time.

That’s it for now! Check out what I’ve written to see more. 🙂

DISCLAIMER: Pictures on my blog are from an outside source unless otherwise noted. Click on the image to see where it came from.

Stagnant Stories: 39.

Wasted words: 76,698.

Contact me for anything writing related you want help with (Editing, feedback, criticism, praise, questions, etc.): m3l6h.m36@gmail.com

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Recommended list of published books

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17 thoughts on “About Me

  1. I’m still curious as to why you go by ‘M3L6H.’ ^_^
    I also like G. A. Henty a lot! Have you read A Knight of the White Cross? It’s one of my favorites by him.
    I would be interested in reading any of the stories you’ve written. I’m especially intrigued by the Tale of the Three Andrews.

    ~Kaytee Green


    • Did you see my “Why M3L6H” page? https://mhollingworth.wordpress.com/why-m3l6h/
      I think I explained it there.
      Yes I believe I have read A Knight of the White Cross. A crusader story wasn’t it?
      Okay sure, I’ll get to work on that. That story actually has quite a background. It wasn’t originally called the Chronicles of Samaaria, or the Tale of the Three Andrews. I only changed it to be called that after somebody asked me why it went through three generations, though it would probably be best if you read it and see for yourself. So, I’ll get posting. 🙂

      ~Michael Hollingworth
      Disce Ferenda Pati – Learn to endure what must be borne


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