About Johan Twiss

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Now that we have that bit of housekeeping out of the way and you've joined the club (go you!), let me officially introduce myself. My name is Johan Twiss. (Pronounced Yo-Han. Just pretend you saw Han Solo and called out, "Yo, Han, what's up?" There, you've got it down.)

Below is my "look at me I'm a professional" picture. 

Author Johan Twiss

But that's just my cover identity. You might also recognize me as...

Johan Twiss as Avatar Aang

Avatar Aang

 

Johan Twiss as Wolverine 
Wolverine
 

Johan Twiss with Power Rangers 
Power Ranger (I'm the lesser known Khaki Pants Ranger)


 Wonder Woman
I also happen to be married to Wonder Woman (which is awesome!)


Johan Twiss Family 
And I'm an adoring father with a handful of creative, cunning, and caring kids.
 
 
Other things you should know about me are...
 
 My patronus is batman
Expecto patronum Gotham!
  
 
Johan Twiss dunking a basketball 
I could once kinda sorta dunk a kids basketball.
 

Johan Twiss archery
I would have won the Hunger Games (except I'm too nice to hurt people) 


I play a few instruments including...
Johan Twiss plays trombone
Trombone
(yeah, that pic goes way back to the year 2000)


Johan Twiss guitar
Guitar
(The family band back when the kids were little.)


Johan Twiss plays harmonica
Blues Harmonica
 

Johan Twiss Audiobook Narrator 
I double as a voice actor when time permits.

 
 Johan Twiss Painting 
I like to paint.

 
  
I once had hair on my head...and could levitate watches.


Johan Twiss Penny Table
And I like to build things, like this dining room set with benches and a penny border table.

 

On a more serious note, I'm a modern day abolitionist who supports the work of anti-human trafficking NGO's worldwide. I've written a novella about human trafficking in Cambodia titled 30 Red Dresses.  There are many forms of human trafficking, and this story touches on one of the saddest ways children are exploited. But through my experience with NGO's and interviewing survivors, my book focuses on the success, aftercare, and hope for trafficking victims and ending slavery in our world.

30 Red Dresses Fight Against Human Trafficking


JOIN THE FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING TODAY!

I invite you to learn more about the reality of human trafficking in our world and how you can combat this modern slavery by visiting these NGO's that I support.
International Justice Mission
Operation Underground Railroad
Love 146
Free the Slaves