Author has written 35 stories for Fringe, Castle, Happy Days, Bones, Body of Proof, M*A*S*H, Remington Steele, Murdoch Mysteries, and X-Files.
Delivering a story pitch has got to be the most nerve-wracking thing I have ever done in my career. I failed miserably my first time, but I haven't stop trying.
I had the good fortune of knowing storytellers; my grandmother was one of them. How I wish to be able to regale some great anecdotes like her.
I wrote my third animated story submission, although it was not selected for production.
Come What May (X-Files) Forgot to mention that I finally managed to write that X-Files fan fic.
The Last Goodbye of Hawkeye Pierce (M*A*S*H) Inspired by the episode In War and In Love, and the short time Hawkeye and Kyung Sung shared together.
Please Don't Make Me Go (Bones) Vincent Nigel-Murray's cries to live.
I Am Spock (Fringe) Starting with the skant, and the Trekkie perspective in a series of short takes.
Fear Not Death (Fringe) Started out with the line, "I'm not afraid to die." The answer to all the hate for alt Olivia was to show sympathy.
Remember Me (Fringe) My first take on Olivia's alternate universe mother. Without knowing who was cast and what her name was, I think I came close to the actual characterization.
The Promise (Fringe) Post season 2 Over There AU, I had the most fun writing. Inspired after watching 15 minutes of Prime Suspect. I modeled Olivia after the Jane Tennison character. I drew upon Prime Suspect: The Final Act and the Comedy Relief special Prime Cracker.
Heart (Fringe) An Over There AU adventure, inspired by Fritz Lang's Metropolis. It's one of my favourites because I was able to envision this story every step of the way.
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