Author has written 42 stories for NCIS: Los Angeles.
If you read any of my stories you will know immediately that my favorite character is Marty Deeks from NCIS:LA. He is the main focus in all of my stories. I have enjoyed creating a backstory for Deeks and delving into his childhood. I also love seeing what trouble he can get into and how the other members of the team respond to him and help him. He and Kensi are a couple in my world and seem to be having a wonderful time. My take on the team shows more emotion from the characters than on the show and that allows me to add a little more depth to their relationships. I like psychological drama and I explore that using Deeks. I have created several original characters who inhabit my stories from time to time, some good guys and some very, very bad guys. Hope you enjoy getting to know them.
My favorite episodes are "Human Traffic"; "Personal"; "Plan B" and "Deliverance" from Season 2, but my all time favorite episode is "The Debt", episode 10 from Season 3. Whenever I need inspiration for a story, I watch that episode. It's how I picture him in my stories. Season 4 gave me "Free Ride", "Kill House", and now "Wanted". That last scene in "Wanted" was perfect. Thought ECO was brilliant in that last scene in "Parlay". His sensitive and expressive portrayal of Deeks at that moment made it one of my all-time favorite scenes. Then, of course, there was the finale...the best one ever, but making for a very, very long summer.
I am a very visual person, and have had a long career in graphic design, so writing is a new adventure for me. I have written songs in the past, and the introductions to a multitude of iBooks, but never fiction. I work on getting better everyday.
As you all know the characters from NCIS:LA are not mine, but the property of their creator Shane Brennan, the writers and CBS, and I thank them everyday for creating Marty Deeks and for hiring Eric Christian Olsen for the part.
I do lay claim exclusively to my original characters, George and Joe Atwood, Elan Hand and Jim Littlefield, and I can't forget Pete Archuleta or Miguel Rodriquez, otherwise known as Miggy.
This continues to br so much fun and now I'm addicted to writing.
Thanks to all of you who read my stories and send along your comments, and for saving my stories to your favorite lists. I really appreciate each and every review. Your encouragement never fails to inspire me.
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