Author has written 14 stories for Chuck.
I recieved an email the other day asking about how things were going with the novel. I hate to say that I've had to take a break from writing of any kind. I accepted a new position within my company that requires much more effort from me than anything I've done in the past. I am constantly thinking about my job and work related things.
Only time will tell at the end of the day whether I made a mistake when I accepted this challenging position. The good news for me is that my wife and i have never been stronger and we are entertaining a move to another location.
To anyone that has wondered about LeeCan just know that I am happy if not very busy. I hope you all find joy in your lives.
Oh, and PS...I am still enjoying the third season of Chuck even if I have to watch it on DVR now.
Things are going well with the novel. I only wish I had more time to devote to it. But, all in all, it is shaping up pretty well. But I have a long way to go. Thanks to all who have provided me with encouragement. 9/10/09
I want to thank everyone for their support over the past year and change. I've become a better writer while I have been here. But I think I need to consentrate on getting published which is my dream. No, it's more than that but I don't have the words now. I might if I have time or just need to take a break from my novel, add a chapter to "Twenty Years Later" and "Better to have Loved" But I make no guarantees.
Oh, and I still have two chapters to post on "A Time for Honesty"
Again, thank you all.
By day, he is a mild mannered engineer working on torque and angle strategies for DC tooling, Hypergeometric and Weibull distributions for data analysis and level 3 vs level 4 confounding decisions for designs of experiments. But by night...he turns into the diabolical LeeCan, inventor and implementer of the fablescrapper. (Read A Time for Honesty) And along with his nefarious wife and partner ludmilla lou lou, he perpetrates evil stuff on the unsuspecting. Read his stories at your own risk.
I am especially proud of "Twenty Years Later" if you want something to read I would recommend this. It's a one shot so it want take that long. If you want multiple chapters I recommend "Chuck vs The CIA Assassin" and it's sequel, "Chuck and Sarah vs Therapy". For those who like Charah my best is probably "Only Two Options".
Now if you want something different? "Catch Her if You Can" is certainly that. It is a different, if not entirely positive view of Sarah moreso than anything you've seen in the past, I suspect.
I hope you enjoy.