Author has written 9 stories for Power Rangers.
First, I must warn you that I am a MMPR Fascist. I quit watching the show many years ago; I have no interest in anything that happened after the "Lost Galaxy" incarnation and will only vaguely acknowledge or nod to subsequent continuity build-up.
Why Power Rangers? I suppose it's because it was such a part of my childhood, a clear anchor into the 1990s and those formative experiences, that it is a natural and useful anchor to draw from for characters when I need fictional inspiration.
I don't always start stories with the ending in mind, but by the time I finish the second chapter I definitely know what I want to happen.
Right now I have several projects going:
Tragedies and Triumphs: a series exploring the fallout of Kimberly's move to Florida and subsequent breakup with Tommy. Kimberly and Tommy are the main protagonists, with Katherine playing a strong supporting and almost main role. (Warning: this is not a Tommy/Kimberly story. It fits basically into canon continuity and does not substatntially alter anything beyond the logical progression of one or two episodes.) The series is comprised of:
The Perseverence of the Green Ranger: this one is a work-in-progress. Stay tuned for when I have time to update.
Maman: the point of departure being "Return of an Old Friend part 2," and taking into account only events that had taken place up to that episode (albeit taking inspiration from some of the notions on subsequent episodes), I decided to explain the absence of Tommy's adoptive parents by their being cold, inattentive boobs who never went to any of son's events. On Kimberly's side, the fact that the same actor who had played her Uncle Steve portrayed her mother's escort to Parents' Day gave me an idea for even spicier family drama: I decided that the divorce of Kimberly's parents had turned her mother into a selfish, insufferable bimbo who was now shacking up with her brother-in-law's identitcal twin! A totally different character backstory from what I have supposed elsewhere, but one which (to me) makes a lot of sense and which is proving to be a LOT of fun to write!