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Author has written 7 stories for Prehistoric Park, Doctor Who, Jurassic Park, and Misc. Books.
NEW EPISODE OF PREHISTORIC PARK: REBORN - COMING WITHIN THE NEXT FEW DAYS :D
NEW JOURNAL EXTRACT OF DR. L. - COMING SOON
NEW CHAPTER OF LIGHTING THE FLAME - COMING SOON
Allo. My name is Inigo Montoya. You keeled my father. Preepare to die...oh wait wrong life.
I'm from the United States, enjoy paleontology, herpetoculture, xenobiology, science fiction, and writing things.
Entries with a question mark at the end might be written and published, or forgotten about entirely until I decide to do something with them.
Prehistoric Park: Reborn Giving the series a fresh new look. Same premise with alternate characters and creatures to start on a new clean slate. Epic plot twists and speculative opinions about prehistoric life abound! Highest priority out of all my work so far. I'll get around to finishing Episode 6 at some point :)
Welcome to the Jungle – For the park’s first exhibit, Michael travels back 70 million years to the Cretaceous of New Jersey in order to find the dinosaurs that changed the face of American paleontology. But keeping them is more than a challenge…
Journal Extracts of Dr L Someone of uncertain identity and occupation whom I shall call "Dr. L." has a a journal in which he conducts a sort of amateur study of the InGen animals, and finds a couple of interesting things. The extracts may or may not be incomplete.
Jurassic Park IV: Extinction Two paleontologists, two biologists, and a mathematician are the members of a research project gone horribly wrong. Now some familiar faces are back on the island, but who can really be trusted when the ecosystem undergoes its own miniature extinction event? Gonna post the updated version here. You can find another version with pictures, author notes, and the original story at the Jurassic Park Fanon Wiki (jpfanon.wikia.com) Kind of want to work on a more realistic JP4, so we'll see if this particular version is continued.
Lighting the Flame This is the story of a man forged in fire, who abandoned himself for the greater good. This is the story of a man who fought in the name of peace and sanity, for the sake of all creation. This is the story of the Last Great Time War.
Beautiful If you haven't heard, Peter Capaldi is the 12th Doctor. Here's my take.
Shining Shadows The name of an overarching series of Doctor Who I plan to write. If you thought you've seen Whovian epicness, you ain't seen nothing yet. I mean seriously. Minor spoilers below.
Prelude A quick little story that sets the rest of the series up. Not technically an episode per se, but just as awesome as one. Like that first chapter, which will resonate throughout the whole of the Doctor's life...
Primeval: Resurrection After an anomaly opens in the United States and a small group of people find out about it, the ARC and Cross Photonics confer and decide that an American branch would be wise to set up in such a populated area. But security is the least of worries, because creatures more dangerous than ever are coming through... ?
InGen's Dinosaur Care Guide I came upon something similar in the nether regions of the Jurassic Park section once, and I haven't been able to find it again. So I'm going to make one of my own. It shall be awesome.
Precious Cargo I've never really watched the show Dinosaur Train. Yeah, I know it's PBS and all but it's a genius concept backed by the genius that is Scott Sampson (evoliteracy, anyone?). I suppose I should be obligated to write an honest, plain adventure story with it but no. What if the dinosaurs were nonsapient and caged up and the train was run by humans to sell their prehistoric prizes in the black market trade. It's kind of like that. ?
The Hunters Robert Muldoon meets John Riddell (from Dinosaurs on a Spaceship). Both kick raptor ass.
A Dream Remembered John Hammond gets a phone call.
And a bunch of others that I'm not willing to divulge yet. But soon...
Words of wisdom for the week:
Idea for a story concept: a) take a cliched and rather overused concept, b) give it a new, interesting, satisfying twist, c) throw a metric ton of bizarreness onto it, and then d) ram it home.
Random open question with no particular pattern in updating:
Hystriximimus lagocherius or Hystriximimus chibnallensis?
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