About the Writer

Short Version

Just a college student trying to find out where her King is guiding her, while writing the stories of the people she creates, the worlds she wants to live in, and the adventures she dreams about. Also known as a mythical creature called an “author.”


Long Version

First of all, Bri is not my real name. I simply use this nameΒ in both Interviews From the Writer’s Desk and Tales from the Writer’s Desk in place of my real name. My current pseudonym is C.B. Cook. Call me Bri, C.B., Albany, or Noodles. Take your pick!

I love God and follow Him, through the tough times and the easy times. He is my King, and He sacrificed His Son to save me. I have a second blog dedicated to this topic. Click here to check it out.

I’m a used-to-be-homeschooler who loves to write and wants to encourage others. I also love superheroes, wonderful movies and books, and, of course, my characters (who I hope you’ll love, too). I hope that someday I’ll get to hear how my writing changed someone’s life.

I’m also a science/math nerd, an on and off crocheter, and a linguist in the making. I have a thing for graphic design, too. I’m anΒ avid fan of Finding Nemo. And The Princess Bride. And Marvel. And National Treasure, Night At The Museum, and Disney. Need I say more?

And, yes, I want to take one of my characters out for coffee sometime. Just to see what happens. πŸ˜‰

I want to get to know you… but not in a creepy stalker sort of way. Comment and say hi! Don’t worry, I don’t bite.

166 thoughts on “About the Writer

  1. Captain America rocks!!! He’s definitely the best Avenger. I even have a Captain America tank. *grin* The Winter Soldier was one of the best movies I’ve seen.

    Outside of Middle-earth, of course.

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  2. Hey, Bri!
    I think it is so awesome that you are a Christian teen (homeschooled) writer, too, and I wish you the best of luck in your endeavors! Our tastes are very similar; my favorite super hero is most certainly Captain America, and I just started reading the Sherlock Holmes stories (well, I actually read the Hounds of Baskerville when I was nine, but I got so terrified that I never read any others, but couple of days ago, I finished A Study in Scarlet and really enjoyed it.)
    It is great to “meet” you, and your writing and blog look wonderful!
    God bless,
    Gabrielle

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  3. Hi! I love your blog! It’s awesome! I’m following your blog now which I thought I was already doing but anywho! lol! Thanks for following my blog. Your likes and comments are very much appreciated. πŸ™‚

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  4. Hello! And thanks so much for commenting on my blog! I was so happy to see it. It’s lovely to meet you! Homeschooling DOES definitely rock, I agree. I am so thankful and blessed to have been! It’s also so nice to meet fellow writers and readers, because those are my biggest hobbies. =D Congrats on your published book by the way!
    Haha, I know – Russian is a bear to learn! The alphabet definitely is…oh oosta! It’s like trying to learn it backwards. ^.^
    Dobry vecher!

    (And I hope you don’t mind my kind of lengthy comment – I’m just happy to meet someone new and like-minded!)

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    • I don’t mind at all, I love meeting others with similar interests, too! πŸ˜€
      FINALLY! Kak dela? (So much harder to write without the alphabet, now that I know it. :P)
      Thanks so much! I’m super excited about getting published. πŸ˜€

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        Nu , spasibo! (haha, I had to cheat and look up Kak dela – I’ve not had a chance to take the learning-Russian-tapes out from the library in a while!) πŸ˜€
        What are you using to learn Russian? And what other languages do you know? =)
        I can imagine!! I can’t wait to be published; all in God’s time. πŸ™‚

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        • Amen to that! It took me long enough after I asked my parents about it. πŸ˜›
          I’m using a book called How To Speak Russian and some tapes that go with it, along with an online site and some youtube videos. πŸ˜‰

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      • Oh that’s a bummer! =/
        May I ask, why are you interested in learning Russian? Any particular reason? I just love it, and want to go to Russia one day. πŸ™‚
        Also, do you mind if I ask how you found my blog?
        I hope you don’t mind these questions!

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        • Oh, I don’t mind at all. πŸ˜€
          Well, I’ve always like languages, and after The Avengers… *cough* Thanks, Nat. πŸ˜› But I really want to visit Russia sometime, too. I had this huge list of languages I want to learn, and I figured Russian was the best place to start. πŸ˜€
          I think I googled “Christian teen authors on wordpress” and you came up. πŸ™‚

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  5. Haha, I don’t think I know the Avengers well enough, but that’s funny.
    That’s cool that you also really want to visit Russia! Good for you for tackling so many languages – you’ll get there in time, no doubt! Are any India languages on your list? πŸ˜€
    Ah okay; that’s pretty neat! Thanks for answering my questions. πŸ™‚

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  6. It’s nice to meet you, fellow christian writer! The Princess Bride and Marvel really are the best, among my faves! πŸ˜€
    I have to say, lol, that last paragraph made me laugh: No biting since 2nd grade XD

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  7. Hello!
    I saw that you had commented on our family’s blog about “A Hoe in my Hand” magazine.

    As for superheroes….well, I’ve only just seen the 1969-or-whatever-it-is Superman, but I thought it was pretty cool. πŸ™‚ x)

    Your blogs are great!

    πŸ™‚ Rachel M.

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  8. Hi Bri. EJ here. Glad I found your blog! Had a great time reading few of your posts so far—Very inspiring and I love the humour. Haha Hope to read more when I have time. Keep writing! πŸ˜€

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  9. Interesting blog! I’m glad I found it. I, like you, want to hear one day about how my writing affected someone. Hopefully for the best:) You seem wise for your age. I wish I’d started out younger. But, hey, we are where we’re supposed to be, right? Looking forward to reading more of your posts.

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  12. Hi! I’ve been searching through other peoples blogs because i have recently started my own. i happened to come across your blog and i really like it! i think its so interesting! i also think its awesome that you are an author. I’m a HUGE book fanatic. i would love for you to come check out my blog.. i apologize for it lacking a little, as I’ve only just started. you can find me at
    always-marisa.blogspot.com
    i look forward to reading more of your posts!

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  13. Hi Noodles! Your blog is awesome! I love Disney too πŸ˜‰
    I want to to be an author when I’m older and one of the best ways to get there is to read! I have a blog that reviews books so I hope you’ll check it out πŸ™‚
    I’ll try and stick around to read a few of your stories because they sound great. And yes, I hope to maybe have coffee with them too, although probably in my mind πŸ˜‰
    Best wishes,
    Simi
    https://simizat.wordpress.com/

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  14. Homeschooled? Interesting! What is that like?
    And yes yes yes books are amazing πŸ™‚
    May all writers one day meet their characters. I know i would love to too!
    Anyway, I’m loving your stuff here so clicking away!

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    • It’s a lot of fun! Harder, sometimes, because you have to keep track of your own schoolwork and make sure you don’t forget anything, and you don’t get to see your friends as much.
      Yes to meeting characters! πŸ˜€
      Thanks so much! I hope you enjoy! πŸ˜€

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  15. Hi! You seem pretty cool! I found you from Teenage Blogger Central! I’m homeschooled too! I’m also an on and off crocheter….I should really do that more often. Oh well. And I agree, National Treasure is the best! I’m looking forward to reading your blogs!

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  16. Hey there, I don’t know how many times I am going to say it but again I LOVE YOUR BLOG. I hope you like mine as well. I am trying to stay anonymous so sry but I can’t really say much about my self. Other than,
    I live in England,
    I am not home-schooled,
    I love hockey,
    I don’t like action films more like romance, family and frindship
    and yeah that is about all.
    Sry

    xoxo,
    Girlalert

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  17. I know this might annoy you, me constantly commenting on your blog. I would e-mail ou but I don’t know your e-mail address, so yeah. Sry to bother you with this again but did you have a look at my blog. I totally understand if you don’t like it and that is why you might not follow me but could you at least give me some feedback on how to do better?
    Thanks in advance, even though you are probably not going to go because I just started blogging so am a beginner,and popular people just don’t want to have to do anything with people like me, but yeah.
    My e-mail address is: girlalert.here@yahoo.com

    xoxo,
    Girlalert

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