Author has written 30 stories for Streets Of San Francisco, Hardcastle and McCormick, Bonanza, and Ironside.
Updated August 2016:
As real life has been a pistol these last several months, I'm truly on a hiatus from writing. That should be evident in that I never got back to finishing two stories (which I have pulled for possibly later rework) as well as a 'joint venture' with another writer in the SOSF fandom. Not only is it a time constraint, but it's a muse constraint as well. When I read the wonderful work that's going on currently - esp. in the SOSF fandom - what I have been able to produce lately is nowhere near the quality it should be. The detail level in many of those fine stories create vivid imagery that I just can't seem to get to lately. Perhaps when things slow down, I can get back to it. :)
I will continue to support the writers and will continue to enjoy reading their work. The idea that so much has been produced in the last 4 or 5 years for a series that ended nearly 40 years ago (what?) is amazing and a lot of fun to see. Everyone, please keep up the good work!
I have turned off my PM abilities for now as well. I need to get focused in other areas and that is a good way to define what I'm trying to accomplish here -- and that is continued writer support.
Thanks to everyone for their wonderful support to me as a writer. God bless you all! Romans 12:10
Hello! I have returned to the television from my youth, primarily buddy and cop shows. My favorites include The Streets of San Francisco, Time Tunnel, Hardcastle and McCormick, Bonanza and anything done by Jack Webb. I enter this century only through comedy ensemble shows, including The Office, 30 Rock and Community. But I also still love the classics like WKRP, MASH and Andy Griffith.
On Writing: I have lurked in the fan fiction space for awhile; however, I began writing a year ago with the goal of simply becoming a better writer and communicator. Also, I figure the more I write, the more others will be encouraged to do so, especially in the fandoms I enjoy reading. Truth be told, it's a thrill to read other's stories in the fandoms - almost more than writing them.
After nearly a year of writing, I've learned that I won't be the next Steven King because I really don't like to write 'dark'. That surprised me, but I found that I just didn't like 'going there' like I thought I would. I do like writing something with a touch of romance or humor. One area that I hit on in "Departure" was historical fiction - and that was a lot of fun. HC is a fun genre for readers and writers, but it's not my forte. I may do some of that from time to time, but there are writers who do a far better job than I do.
On Canon: My earlier stories probably stray more from canon than the later ones. Because I would like to write original fiction some day, I started out more experimental. What I've found is that following canon respects the series and that is rewarding by itself. If you don't like some of the stories that strayed from canon, please don't take the content too seriously. Actually, please don't take any of my stuff too seriously.
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I've done some writers challenges in the SOSF fandom. I'd like to find an opportunity to write a historical fiction story for either Bonanza or SOSF. Comments and reviews are welcome. Constructive feedback on style, continuity and grammar is especially welcome.
Thanks to all who have been so wonderfully friendly in this space. I appreciate the support and hope to offer the same whenever I can. God Bless!
Disclaimer: All television series categorized under the "TV" classification are indeed the property of their original creators, including original stories, scripts, dialogue and characters. No profit is made by me on these or any story contributed by me to the ff.net site. This is done just for fun and skill development.