Author has written 98 stories for Bold and the Beautiful, Everybody Loves Raymond, That '70s Show, Seinfeld, Back to the Future, Gilligan's Island, and Friends.
I love to write. I always have. Since forever.
I grew up watching the reruns of Gilligan's Island on TV. So most of my fan fics are Gilligan's Island.
I adore Ginger and the Professor (Pinger). They are my favorite. It's what I like.
My Gilligan's Island stories are mostly about them although there are some MAG (Mary Ann and Gilligan).
I will not pair Ginger with anyone but her Professor nor will I pair the Professor with anyone but his Ginger. As far as I'm concerned it is pointless to attempt to pair them with anyone else. It was obvious on the show they were meant to be. Sherwood Schwartz paired Ginger with the Professor in Gilligan's Island The Musical. That is enough proof for me that Pinger was meant to be.
That and all the times that Ginger landed a passionate kiss on the Professor's lips and he made no protest. Of course the Second Generation script that Sherwood wrote in which Ginger married the Professor and had his children has a big factor in this belief.
I am not one of those multi-shipper people. I find absolutely nothing endearing about Ginger being paired up with anyone but the Professor. Nor do I find a story in which some other female gets her claws into Ginger's Proffy the least bit worthy of my attention.
How could you take the Professor away from Ginger? Or take Ginger from the Professor?
That's just mean. Break up Pinger? That's just pure evil.
I don't write "Non-Shippy" stories. Pinger will be in the story. That's just how it's going to be. I like writing about Pinger and write about them I will.
Personally I do not like "Non-Shippy" stories. I just don't. I refuse to read them. I find that I get annoyed by such stories. To me it's more of an attempt to try and "bring all the fan bases together." People are going to like what they like and it's not going to change and they will never agree. That's how I see it. Just write stories that you like with pairs you like and don't read stories with pairs you don't like. It's not complicated.
I do not see the need to write something that I know perfectly well I do not like. I could care less about pleasing all fan bases. I write my stories for my enjoyment because I like telling the stories I want to tell.
As for other stories:
I do have one completed B&B story called One Night In Vegas.
Bridget and Deacon Sharpe were my favorite couple on that soap opera. I loved them. I write about them.
The character of Bridget is my favorite from the show hence where the pen name comes from.
One completed Seinfeld story about Elaine and Jerry called One Night In Paris.
One completed That 70s Show story about Jackie and Kelso called Second Chance At Love
One completed Everybody Loves Raymond story of course about Ray and Debra titled Everybody Loves Valentine's Days
One completed short Back to the Future story about Lorraine and George McFly that is called Lorraine's Diary.
Two completed one shot Friends stories about Ross and Rachel. One is called We Belong Together. The other is a follow up called We Belong Together Forever.
As I stated before, I write things that I enjoy writing about.
I find it ridiculous to force myself to write something I know I can't stand.
Why should I? Writing is supposed to be enjoyable. It's supposed to be fun.
It's not about pleasing others with stories about stuff they like and you don't.
I do not write slash stories and I do not read them. They go against my Christian beliefs.
God intended Man and Woman. It's in the Bible. I'm sorry if you think the Bible is "outdated" and "irrelevant." I do not share that belief. Because God's word is never outdated and never not relevant.
Just because the Bible was written centuries ago does not mean it doesn't still matter. The Word of God always matters.
I stay away from things that go against my beliefs.
My philosophy is if you know perfectly well you do not like something, you should not bother with it.
Jesus is my Lord and Savior and I will follow Him. That's how it works.
Oh and Marilyn Monroe is the best!