Author has written 69 stories for NCIS: Los Angeles.
If you read any of my stories you will discover immediately that my favorite character is Marty Deeks. He is the main focus in all of my stories. I have enjoyed creating a backstory for him and delving into his childhood. I also love seeing what trouble he can get into and how the other members of the team respond to him and help him. Deeks and Kensi are a couple in my stories, and all my characters express more emotion than on the show and that allows me to add more depth to their relationships. I like psychological drama and I explore that using Deeks. I have created several original characters who inhabit my stories from time to time, some good guys and some very, very bad guys. Hope you enjoy getting to know them.
I am a visual person, and have had a long career in graphic design, and writing is my new creative outlet.
As you all know, the characters from NCIS:LA are not mine, but the property of their creator Shane Brennan, the writers and CBS, and I thank them every day for creating Marty Deeks and for hiring Eric Christian Olsen for the part.
I do lay claim exclusively to my original characters, George and Joe Atwood, Elan Hand, his long lost son, Soldier, Jim Littleshield, and Lily Roche. I also can't forget Pete Archuleta or Miguel Rodriquez, otherwise known as Miggy, and the Rafferty family, especially Mick, otherwise known as Raffy.
I have created a series of multi-chapter stories during which Deeks unexpectedly finds a family. Deeks is the central figure in all of these stories, but he finds solace with a family called the Atwoods. For future reference I've decided to call the collection the Atwood Chronicles, to let you know they are not canon, but a creation all my own. It includes the following stories in the order in which they were written:
Promises to Keep
Yesterday's Fire (This is a look at Deeks, Kensi, Callen and Sam, and the Atwoods as they might have been in old west Wyoming in the 1880's)