Author has written 70 stories for Emergency, CHIPs, StarTrek: The Next Generation, StarTrek: Voyager, StarTrek: Deep Space Nine, Baywatch, Earth 2, Doctor Who, Misc. Books, Starsky and Hutch, Adam-12, Dragnet, StarTrek: The Original Series, 240-Robert, Quincy, M.E., and Marcus Welby, M.D..
Love the Emergency television series the best. It got me into the work I do today. I have a website devoted to Emergency and I help write fiction there that's eventually shown with images and music soundtracks. Been writing all my life, but the website I've created is only ten years old called Emergency Theater Live. http://www.voyagerliveaction.com/emergency.html . I work as a security enforcement officer and E.M.T.B. in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota, United States. I also volunteer for my state's Medical Reserve Corps and on a Community Emergency Response Team at my local fire station.
This year's coming movie length story, A Long Hot Summer, is our fifty seventh story at Emergency Theater Live in thirteen years, now in production. Keep in mind all the Emergency and Emergency crossover stories here are rough draft text versions of the original fine tuned ones still airing with images and music soundtracks on my website. For the full intended experience, go there, using Windows IE to view those stories with looping music. Any other browser will not play our soundtracks more than once through. Visit also to download all of these stories below in a collection contained in one universal text file complete with summaries and indexes by rescue.
Enjoy my new story, Contamination, from the TV series Earth 2 , and the rest, please. It's been a pleasure producing them over the years. We tried to stay faithfully inside the feel and reality of the TV series' in canon approach exclusively. We use only what was seen and heard in all the shows and we chose to stay inside of those original boundaries. In the Emergency stories, we only broke that rule by using modern day medical treatments and some technology ideas as the ones used in the 1970s proved near impossible to find and utilize from other sources outside of the TV show.
These stories are being stored here exclusively as an archived library to keep these shows' worlds alive for casual fan visitor enjoyment. We physically do not use the site beyond story storing purposes.
A suggestion to readers. Download these stories and fix their formatting to your own liking. All headers and footers and author credit additions have to remain intact as I promised I'd do for the other writers on my website. I cannot glean those out myself by choice. Realize your ability to reach your own personal preference level using that technique.. 2014- Note to readers. All stories, when completed, are one file stories because most requesting folks who've visited here and have made contact, use electronic book devices and have asked for such a format. They win the internet with this collection of stories and how they are presented.
Reader reviews are not necessary nor actually sought by this group of writers, however any creative thoughts on all GENERAL plot first impressions are most welcome. One can't effectively detail style or grammar critique multiple writers in one story since we're all different people. Generally negative ones that say "I didn't like" in nature will be deleted. For these are useless points of view. Reviews from those readers who do not write any stories themselves, or who don't have fully up front fan fiction dot net profiles with full reply back contact information, or those showing non-profile guest statuses, will be passed by. Can't share ideas together or critique someone else's work if you're not a writer yourself and not have it be just an opinion or an individualistic preference. Only experienced, freely two-way contact writers, we feel, know how to respectfully help with improvement and encouragement in any work.
We can't please everybody, so if you don't like something, please close the story's link. :) Think about it, there is no good and no bad writing, just what you like and what you don't like, anywhere you go. So respect others' right to write without trying to change their ink. :) To us, FF.net is an archive, a place to store and share our stories. I'm afraid we don't see this place as a popularity contest, or a free-for-all, mandatory participation writer's critique workshop that has a right to go against authors who aren't really wanting any reviews or critiques.
Year 2013 -- About trolling... If you are a guest reviewer who likes to leave spice while hiding behind blanket anonymity, I'll know that means you read a story here on this list below by choice when you didn't have to at all. Nobody twisted your arm to do so. Any peppery expressiveness you display will only show me you feel a story here sucked away some of your valuable reading time. Guess what? You didn't provide a means to contact you back like any courteous reader or writer would. I guess I won then, whatever battle you think you need to wage, because you didn't like what you saw. So.. er...gotcha. Thank you for the additional troll point. Keeping score for chuckles. Anything that says "guest" from fanfiction.net in an email notification will be deleted without being opened because I won't waste time on it. This pre-written note is all you're going to see on the subject and about any brand of personal attack comments you might try sending.
Our stories here are our creating space and all are welcome to peruse the process so long as readers don't impede publicly on our freedom of expression.
Feel free to download at will. :) As a host for this group, I've finally been released by my website sponsors to spread the text story versions. I request only that you keep any tweaked and edited files of these stories private in your own sole possession please, so I can honor my obligation to give absolute public credit to my website's past guest authors as I am bound verbally to do so in the original formats.
If anybody wishes to beta read any of these stories for simple spelling errors, and especially the more difficult to find medical terminology spelling typos, I'd be very grateful for a log of "need to fixes" in each story so I can make corrections in the final versions on my website in the music track/image story versions.
See you station side.
Patti Keiper :)
Mark VII Productions, NBC, and Universal owns
Quote: "Do not let others destroy your sense of inner peace." Dalai Lama, Tibet
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