Author has written 45 stories for Rat Patrol, and Hogan's Heroes.
I grew up in the sixties and my dad was a WWII vet, so it's maybe no surprise that I love sixties WWII shows.
I love to read, and I deeply appreciate well-written stories that are heart-warming and have a sense of humor. I like historical references, and I am intrigued when fictional stories are tied to historical events, but I also enjoy reading stories that venture out into "what if" situations, as long as those situations have a degree of plausibility.
I don't like torture scenes at all, especially if they are gratuitous and don't advance the story line.
As a rule, I enjoy stories that stay close to the spirit and the character of the source material. Stray too far from that, and you've lost me.
As for me, I try to write the kind of stories that I like to read. If others enjoy them too, that's the icing on the cake!
Papa Bear Awards 2011 update:
I'm so proud to be the recipient of the Gold Award for most unique story for "The Unsung Hero", and a co-recipient of the Silver Award for best portrayal of a canon character for Hochstetter in "The Unsung Hero". I dedicate these awards to the late great Howard Caine, whose delightfully demented performance of Major Wolfgang Hochstetter was the inspiration for the Unsung Hero.
Papa Bear Awards 2012 update:
I'm just overwhelmed and honored that my stories have been chosen for awards this year. A special thank you goes to dust on the wind, who suggested the idea for "Return of the Informer".
Papa Bear Awards 2013 update:
Again I have been honored to have my stories chosen for awards this year. I am in such great company, too, with all the talented authors on this site. This is such a wonderful community!
Papa Bear Awards 2014 update:
I'm tickled pink to receive the Gold awards for Best Story Based on an Episode and Best Short General Story. Nice work by everyone this year!
Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to read my stories! I hope you have enjoyed them.
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