Author has written 329 stories for Law and Order: SVU, Frasier, M*A*S*H, Scrubs, Cheers, Nanny, Golden Girls, Touched by an Angel, Young and the Restless, Guiding Light, Sex and the City, Toy Story, Philadelphia, Night Court, As the World Turns, Back to the Future, I Dream of Jeannie, Cast Away, Office, Gone with the Wind, Brokeback Mountain, Family Ties, One Life To Live, Knots Landing, StarTrek: The Original Series, All My Children, Misc. Movies, Dallas, Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Reba, Titanic, and Superman.
Formerly known as Samanddianefan10
Cheers- Sam/Diane, Robin/Rebecca
The Office- Kelly/Ryan
GWTW- Scarlett/ Ashley
OLTL- Todd/ Blair
Walking Dead- Carol/Daryl thus my pen name
I had the same pen name for 3 years, and although I still adore Sam and Diane, I thought it time for the change,
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
I like to write. A lot. Sometimes my stories can go unfinished for awhile, that is why I usually like to write one shots. But once in awhile I'll finish a chaptered story, and it gives me an immense sense of satisfaction to do so, isn't that why we all write? I want to thank everyone who has supported me throughout my journey. Some people I would like to thank are- Jessie, Sanda, Laurie, Emily, Andrea, Kristen, Leigh Ann, Markaleen, Jessica Simpson-Bourget,I'malatebloomer, I'm sure I'm forgetting a few but really anyone who has taken the time to read, review, favorite or otherwise support then I owe a lot to you.
Who would have thought that my Cheers stories would be my most read ones for this month? I am so thankful to my small but growing audience for keeping me inspired. As of July I have reached over 3000 hits on A Love for All Seasons...wow! Not to mention close to 10000 hits for my very first story. I'm so happy to see more talent join the Cheers board and hope that this is a sign of things to come.
My OTP- Niles and Daphne. I may stray from the Frasier universe now and again, but I will always go back to them. Same for Sam and Diane. I had so many good memories of watching Cosby, Family Ties, Cheers and Night Court on Thursday nights with my late father, and I wouldn't trade them for anything in the world.
As many of you notice I tend to go in phases with my stories, but I do go back to my OTP's eventually. Right now I am in LOVE with The Walking Dead. something about their basic need for survival resonates in me, and I have fallen in love with Daryl and Carol. I can't wait to see what's in store for them!
I tend to read magazines, I don't have the time for novels; besides, I prefer fanfiction. Some truly great undiscovered talent lies in this fandom.
I used to change my pen name about once a year, depending on what fandom I was into at the time, but this has stuck for about two or three years, so I think I found one that fits. Anyways, thanks for reading and enjoy!
I am currently back on line. I came short by 8000 words on my November Writing novel contest, but I will not let it go unfinished. It's just that the passing of Larry Hagman caught me by surprise and i want to pay tribute to him the best I can, thus my new focus on my I dream of Jeannie story. Thank you, MR. Hagman. May your memory live on.
Am now accepting beta requests for Mash, Cheers, Frasier and The Walking Dead
*am actively seeking a beta for my WD stories...pm me if interested thanks*
If someone has autism, this can mean:
Their brain works differently than others'. They don't understand facial expressions and emotions, and have a hard time showing their own emotions. Other people’s emotions confuse and upset them.
They have some trouble understanding language and instruction...sometimes we have to talk to them like they are younger than they are. They often seem not to be listening to us when we talk to them.
Everything stresses them out (trying to look at people’s eyes, changes in routine and schedule, doing unfamiliar activities) and so they try to stop the stress by trying to be in control of EVERYTHING and EVERYONE around them. Sometimes they might seem rude or bad, but they are really just struggling to understand things around them.
Even their own family can have trouble helping them sometimes, but you can help by:
Some of the symptoms or effects of autism can be:
Copy this into your profile if you know someone with autism, or if you just want to spread the awareness.
Unsafe External Link