I love fan fiction!
I began reading the Janet Evanovich Plum series in the spring of 2009. I read the series quickly and ran across fan fiction when googling Stephanie & Ranger. I have been enjoying the talented writers who post here ever since. I'm so amazed at the wonders y'all create.
Reading fan fiction (mostly) holds me over until the next Plum book is released. Then I groan moan piss and complain and end up back here because nothing seems to satisfy my Ranger cravings. Yes I'm " Team Ranger" Babe all the way. I don't dislike Joe, I don't think that Stephanie fits into Joes life plan of 2.5 kids and a white picket fence. I have little hope Ranger and Stephanie will ever "really" develop into a relationship in the book series. Here is where I let my fantasy's run wild with possibilities for Ranger and Stephanie.
Want to know more? Why? I'm probably the most boring person in the world. I knit a little. I bead a little. My love will always be in designing cards, think scrapbooking, it's my thing. I've been married a bunch of years (twenty) and I'm no longer thirty something. I credit my girl friday (fur baby) who helps spread cat hair and occasionally takes over the keyboard so to keep my virtual worlds in check.
Plum Sexy is an all American girl who lives in The Big D. She drives American cars, celebrates the Fourth of July and Christmas, Easter too. I have Catholic guilt every Sunday morning because I'm not at church however, I'm not a Catholic.
I grew up in Columbus, Ohio (GO BUCKS) Spent a bunch of years near Nashville and a few in North Kansas City now Texas. I long to one day return to southern living.
Most days you will find me at my scrapbooking desk, listening to an audio book or music. My iPad is always open cruising the net looking for that next Ranger and Stephanie story.
A huge Thank you to my girlfriends in the Trashy Books Group who have been encouraging my writing. Soon I'm planning on releasing my first fan fiction!
I do scrapbook the real series. Here it is! I hope you enjoy!
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