Author has written 134 stories for Supernatural, Dark Angel, Hawaii Five-0, Ugly Betty, Chaos, Primeval, Magnificent Seven, Robin Hood BBC, Royal Pains, Avengers, Defiance, Blacklist, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..
Thanks for everyone's continuing input and feedback on all of my stories. It's been wonderful to get everyone's thoughts and I'm not shy in saying that your positive responses have been a great ego boost, keeps the inspiration alive and keeps me writing so thanks VERY MUCH! It's all welcome and very much appreciated!
I'm still very happily married. I used to have my own blog on the TV Guide web site, but it was discontinued. Boo hiss TV Guide. I have since relocated and reposed those blogs to Live Journal so if you are still interested in reading long winded commentaries on the show, Supernatural and its episodes as well as a character study on Dean Winchester, please feel free to visit and comment there.
I've since updated my LJ to be more inclusive of other show interests as well as to repost some stories there so I hope you'll find something of interest there. I admit that I've lost a little steam on the Supernatural analysis front just because there are so many other WONDERFUL blogs already out there like Bardicvoice that do a much better job.
I have been a Star Wars/Star Trek fan from way back in the 60's and 70's. Yes, I'm that old, but I still think young and enjoy the occasional crush of a young and handsome actor or two...married, but not dead, you see...hee. My husband just rolls his eyes. He's secure about my obsessions, as he should be. No threats there.
My current favorite shows are Grimm, Once Upon a Time, The Americans, Chicago Fire and Med, Code Black, Elementary, Sleepy Hollow, Marvel: Agents of SHIELD, The Blacklist, THe Flash and more recently Lucifer (Tom Ellis is a delightful new "flavor of the month" - being an Anglofile that I am, I can't resist those "flavors"). Mythbusters, Dancing with the Stars, Masterchef and Masterchef Junior fulfill my reality show quota although I'm mad at Discovery for canceling Dirty Jobs and now Mythbusters too, replacing its programming with less than stellar substitutes which I won't dignify mentioning. Some other favorites are Who Do you Think You Are (both the TLC and Brit versions) and The Great British Bake Off. Sensing the theme here?
I've been writing for as long as I can remember from memorable "publications" such as the cat with green eyes in the first grade to fan fiction. I started writing fan fiction back when it was still being produced on paper in fan zines and the first show I wrote on was War of the Worlds, a syndicated show, VERY loosely based on the H.G. Welles story, starring Jared Martin as Harrison Blackwood and Richard Chavez as Lt. Col. Paul Ironhorse. That was my humble beginning into the foray of fan fiction. I was out of circulation for a while when I got married just because I was busy with other things and was in a creative block for awhile.
I then discovered Buffy and Angel and began writing a lot of Buffy and Spike fan fiction. My creative block was over.
I have loved submitting the stories I have thus far and hope the inspiration doesn't stop.
Thanks for welcoming me into the fold so fondly and for always taking the time to review my stories. I'm not kidding, they mean a lot and I enjoy them thoroughly! It's very much appreciated.