Author has written 10 stories for Hawaii Five-0.
I'm Rosie, I'm relatively new to Fan Fiction but love it. Have always had stories running around inside my head but never knew that there was such a cool outlet available to get these stories out of my head and into the public domain.
I love Hawaii 5-0 with all my heart. I only started watching it back in Dec 12. While channel hopping one morning I came across an episode where the two guys were standing on the beach and I must say they tickled my fancy. I very much needed to know who they were and what show was this. I have since become obsessed. So much so that in April I visited my brother in Atlanta and we flew out to the Big Island and Oahu for a 12 day holiday. It was the closest thing to heaven on earth. I loved every second of it.
Anyway that's all I have to say at the moment.Can't believe I've got 2 stories up now and a few more clattering around in my brain. I hope you all enjoy my writing, I try to stay pretty much true to the characters. Mahalo!
28th Nov 2013
Just a few little things I need to clear up. I don't write slash and never will. I see the two guys as best friends, as close as brothers could be. Sometimes I may put in something in my stories about other people thinking they are a couple but that is only there for humour. People see relationships differently. For instance, while on vacation with my brother in Hawaii we spent our time explaining to people that we were brother and sister not a honeymoon couple. It started at the first car rental place on the big Island. My brother calls me over and shows the choice of cars (well I think at that stage it was the choice of colours). So I pick the Silver Mustang (naturally) and walk away. But as I'm going I hear the guy behind the counter say "that's right, You got to keep the little woman happy, This your honeymoon?" I think my brother laughed in the poor mans face. So really all I'm saying is people see want they want to see. I don't see the guys as a couple either in my writing or on screen and never will. But know exactly how it feels for the comments and confusion to occur from on lookers. Well I hope that's cleared that up for anyone with doubts after reading Stakeout Gone Bad.