Author has written 6 stories for Hogan's Heroes.
Hi! Hallo! Na! Hej! Dav! Salut! Ciao! Hæ! Saluton! Salve! こにちわ！
I've been writing since I can remember. My first book was about my brother and I finding a whale in the lake near our house, I wrote it at age 4. I would love someday to become a published author, most likely of teen books.
As for putting things up on the site, I've put up a few Hogan's Heroes (or Ein käfig voller Helden as I know the series!) stories I've written. I've been thinking of putting up some of my ST: DS9 ones too, seeing that is where I first discovered this site. Currently I am working on two new EKvH stories. I hope to finish them soon.
A few things about me:
I am 25
I speak German, English, Japanese, Danish, and I am learning French
I live in Germany
Favourite Books: Sherlock Holmes, Redwall, Robin Hood
Favourite Television Programmes: M*A*S*H, Star Trek (DS9 and Voyager), Ein Käfig Voller Helden (Hogan's Heroes), CSI
What I will and will not write:
Every author has specific guidlines about which they will and will not write. You will find in my stories that I tend to stay with more humour than drama, and that there is little to no swearing. I also will never, ever write slash. I try to keep my stories clean and happy. C: I also, while don't mind reading it (to a point), I will never go pass a specific character-abuse point (and not just because of the the fanfic court! lol, or that the characters might throw me in the cooler!! hehe) but knowing what my country has actually done gives me a different prospective, and I don't need to repeat what truly horrorific things happened in history to the characters. So my stories will be (for the most part) abuse-free, as I don't enjoy writing it.
On the flip side though, most of the EKvH/HH stories will have elements of both. I enjoy watching Ein Käfig voller Helden in both English and in German, so readers of both languages will have to bear with me as I will make references to both audio tracks, as jokes from the English, AND jokes from the German.
I am now a Beta for stories in English and Deutsch (German). If you are interested in having me read your work, I will do it gladly, but please see my Beta Profile on what I will and will not read. Man kann mich auch als Deutschkorrektorin gern benutzen, lese ich Deutsch auf jeden Fall gern! :P
Grandpa, What's the Strangest Thing that Happened to You In the War Nominated for 2010 Papa Bear Awards:
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Stalag 13 as Seen from "That Guy" Nominated for 2010 Papa Bear Awards:
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Nominated for 2011 Papa Bear Awards: A Tale of Two Carters
Ein Käfig voller Helden, Explained:
*Who is Kalinke?*
Kalinke is Klinke's widowed mistress. Although she is also the mother of a girl whom Klinke was flirting with...but that is another story. She is his Polish housekeeper (polnische Putzfrau), and cleans his office while naked, something the men in camp, as Hogan pointed out, enjoy spying on. She has a large influence on Klink and the running of the camp, and the camp's resources and money.