Author has written 25 stories for NCIS.
Who is Proseac?
I discovered NCIS in the summer hiatus between seasons 6 & 7. The promos for Truth or Consequences intrigued me, but it was tuning in late at night to watch House, and catching the tail end of The Meat Puzzle, that got me, hook line and sinker. David McCallum, lying on a slab in a funeral parlour, the victim of an apparent blood-letting! And oh, heavens, there's Mark Harmon, coming to the rescue! And... OH MY... who is that gorgeous young specimen with him? Tony, they call him. Wow, how have I not seen this before? What IS this show? Must. Watch. Every. Episode. NOW.
And watch every episode I did. All out of order. Which led to some confusion, as you can imagine. And so was born The NCIS Daily Drabble, which turned into the Weekly Drabble, which ground to a virtual halt with the arrival of Sam Ryan. After that serious bout of writer's block, I finally managed, not too long ago, to finish off the season, and am now ready to pick it up again. No idea how long it'll take me to get caught up, but I am determined to do so!
Meanwhile, I've since got another multi-chapter fic drafted, and am working away on edits. I've also committed to doing NaNoWriMo again this November, and to that end I'm pulling an old WIP out of mothballs for another kick at the can. All this to say, you should be seeing more from me in the next few months. It's time to get back in the saddle again.
I hope if one of my recent shorter postings brought you here, you'll go back and check out some of the old stuff too. Feedback is awesome; feedback on old stuff is doubly awesome. :)
Some personal tidbits:
I'm a cat-lover (like most writers, it seems), and currently live with one very demanding little 15-year old tortie named Abby, believe it or not. No, she's not actually named for Ms. Sciuto - she came to me a full three years before the NCIS premiere. Call it a happy coincidence!
I'm a runner. After 27 years of sedentary sloth, I put on my shoes again and took up the sport once more. Discovering that after 30 seconds I felt like dying was certainly a wake-up call. I started back at the very beginning, and worked my way up from there. I ran my first marathon on May 3rd, 2014 - The Cincinnati Flying Pig - where I had the great pleasure of meeting my online NCIS pal mamamia1964 in person for the first time. I now share my love of running with others as an instructor at The Running Room, and am planning to run the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC in October of 2017. Life is good.
I'm a jazz freak. You have no idea how much joy it gave me to learn that our Tony is a Coltrane fan.
I live in Canada. And no, we don't have snow in September. Gary Glasberg, how is it possible that you know more about Iraq and Afghanistan than you do your neighbour to the north? It's sad, really.
“Writing a book is a horrible, exhausting struggle, like a long bout of some painful illness. One would never undertake such a thing if one were not driven on by some demon whom one can neither resist nor understand." ― George Orwell