Author has written 17 stories for NCIS: Los Angeles, Republic of Doyle, Chicago PD, CSI: New York, Hawaii Five-0, NCIS: New Orleans, and Blue Bloods.
I write because of the voices in my head. Now you can hear them too.
I've come to the realization that I might follow too many shows. Creating the PVR schedule for the year would involve a week of planning and a chart. Any show suggestion that was made after the schedule was done was met with a glare. In alphabetical order: Blue Bloods, The Big Bang Theory, Chicago PD, Hawaii 5-0, Hudson & Rex, Leverage, Lethal Weapon, The Musketeers (BBC version), NCIS, NCIS:LA, NCIS:NO, Republic of Doyle, The Rookie, Sherlock...I probably missed one.
Music is a massive part of my life, I usually have it going at all times. I'm that person who's singing outloud in the car beside you. Musicals are awesome, because who doesn't want to live in a world where you can randomly break into song and dance for no apparent reason? Also, I happen to burn holes in my classic rock albums...ahem...Supernatural...ahem.
Below is a list of my stories in reading order.
1. Brothers in Arms
Deeks and Callen go undercover as brothers while they chase illegal weapons.
2. Brothers in Arms: Hetty’s Revenge
Hetty places her wayward agent and detective in a medical lockdown, which they immediately try to escape.
3. Fracture Pattern
A new case is connected to old ones, including the arms-trafficking brothers from ‘Brothers in Arms’ and a ghost from Deeks’ past.
4. Fracture Pattern: The Post Game
Callen and Deeks celebrate surviving another case in a spectacular fashion.
Pure and Simple
A stand alone story written for a NCIS:LA Magazine challenge to fill in the missing hours of ‘Purity’.
In Case of Emergency Break Glass
A routine surveillance operation turns into a non-routine more-than-surveillance mission.
A Smattering of Stories (in progress)
A series of stories for each character based on the prompts given by NCIS:LA Magazine.
Granger: Wrangling children and fixing what they’ve broken isn’t much different from his day job.
Eric: How he landed in trouble and a job in one shot (Don't tell the others, but this one is my favourite)
Nell: “Linda Mae Jones. What. Are. You. Doing.”
Charlie Goes to Jail
Deeks is sent in to a prison to halt information smuggling; he also meets some new and old friends. Features plot points from Running Rogue
Callen and Deeks head out for a day of stepping into aliases. Hetty may not be amused by the end.
NCIS:LA and Hawaii 5-0 Crossover
Fluffy Hair and Nosy Bosses (in progress)
Danny and Deeks vent to each other, annoy their teams, and generally get into mischief.
A case sends Deeks to Hawaii and he manages to pull both teams into the middle of something bigger than anyone expected.
NCIS:LA and NCIS:NO Crossover
Come What May
Callen follows Deeks to New Orleans where he runs into old friends who have an accident to solve.
Hawaii 5-0 and Republic of Doyle Crossover
Rest in Peace, Patrick Murphy
Danny heads to Newfoundland for a funeral which gets Doyled.
Written in frustration after the mid-season 5 finale.
From Paper Clips to Gun Clips
Adam was looking for some file folders. Adam found a hostage situation.
From Gun Clips to Money Clips (in progress)
Adam's nemesis reaches out with a job offer. Adam should've turned him down.
Blue Bloods/CSI:NY/Hawaii 5-0/Chicago PD Crossover
The Elevator Pitch
The Dannys and Adams get trapped in an elevator and one of them is claustrophobic.