Author has written 5 stories for Starsky and Hutch.
Hello Fellow S&H Fans! I thought I'd post a little something about me. I'm a general all around good kid, that spent my entire childhood immersed in the 1960's. Love to fish, take vacations in Australia and the South Pacific, play with my pets, and have enjoyed living in a very scenic part of Montana for over 20 years. Being close to Yellowstone National Park, I've visited there several times and am working on a publication about the old buildings that no longer exist within the park. Good movies/television shows with great character development make my day, and constantly feed a very active imagination.
I'm a first generation S&H fan, and remember the series vividly while I was in high school. My 'first' car was a 1974 Gran Torino that I bought solely due to watching the show. I doubt the car is still alive somewhere in Texas, but I can still remember my license plate number - NSR 581! Anyway, a few months ago I bought a 1975 Gran Torino Sport in need of some TLC. Now, several thousand dollars in debt because of it, at least it turned out into a very fine-looking semi-S&H clone with a light blue exterior and white stripe and a dark blue interior.
As far as writing goes, I've always written a little here and a little there, but never anything publically. About two years ago I took a fictional writing class in college and learned a few things, but it wasn't until I stumbled into the S&H culture on the internet and started to read such great stories by some amazing authors, that I thought I'd give it a shot. Coming up with unique story plots in this genre is hard, but it's a great challenge. When the idea of 'A Sister's Love' finally came, somehow, I hooked up with an incredible beta (britwizz) who patiently worked with me and taught me volumes about writing fanfic.
In my spare time, when I'm not studying as a medical assistant student here in Northern California, I also produce S&H vids on YouTube. Check out my posted vids ator on my web site, .
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