Author has written 2 stories for Alias Smith & Jones.
Hello everyone, my name is Elleree. What to say about me? Well, I love Alias Smith and Jones but that much is fairly obvious.
I work at a library and I love to write. I also love to read and though I haven't had time yet, I'm going to go through and read every story in the ASJ section. (I've read most of them now. ) I like a lot of different things really. Westerns are a quirk of mine but I like all sorts of other genres, too. As far as fan fiction goes, though, I think I'll stick to ASJ...at least for now. Otherwise, I love animals, all kinds; I like to draw; I'm a fairly quiet person unless I know you... If I write too much more it starts feeling more like a dating site profile. I'm not much for walking on beaches, though I run on them and will comb the sand for shells or beach glass if given the chance.
Before I continue to blather, I wanted to thank everyone who has reviewed my stories. I really appreciate when people take the time to comment on anything that I've written. I finally updated this after years of leaving it up. Ironically, the profile became sentimental.
I have finally finished "Wool Over the Eyes!" I am a compulsive editor, though, so I can't swear I won't tweak it a little. I already am plotting a sequel. I think it will be the absolutely necessary for this fandom "stagecoach story." I've still got another different ASJ story lined up to work on too, loosely (VERY loosely at this point) called "Trouble."
Thanks for reading.
"You sure you're up to ridin' to the stage depot?"-Kid Curry
"You worry about stayin' on your horse, I'll worry about stayin' on mine."-Hannibal Heyes
Be of love a little more careful than of anything. -e.e. cummings
"What are you doin' back there?"-Wheat to Heyes (whose behind the counter at a bank)
"One thing I ain't doin' is gettin' robbed!"-Heyes
Don't hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting, but never hit soft. -Teddy Roosevelt
"Maybe we ought to flip a coin."-Heyes
Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten. -Neil Gaiman, Coraline