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Author has written 18 stories for Misc. Tv Shows, M*A*S*H, Dresden Files, Star Wars, and Bones.
I'm 27, I'm a country girl, even though I live in town now, and a bookworm who seems to never get to read anymore. When I was a little girl I told the librarian that someday she would have a book on her shelf with my name on it, and I haven't forgotten that.
I'm married to Jerek (W.A. 10-26-10) and we have 4 four babies, 3 of whome are living.
My pen name, Fawn Hickory, is from the Sharing Knife books.
I love MASH. I watched every single episode of MASH but one, Abyssinia, Henry. I am crazy for the show, I tell you! Any y'all feel free to message me what your favorite lines or episode is. Among my faves are The Longjohn Flap, Sniper, both where Alan Alda's father appeared to play Borrelli, the one where Hawk socked Frank ("He slipped on a bar of soap!"), and the one where BJ socked Hawkeye. Then Hawkeye put on his combat helmet to go and talk to BJ. Springtime is a great one too. "I don't know, but I think I've been slaked."
Anyway, I love Hawkeye, so handsome. I also like Radar, Mulcahy and Klinger. I have a preferance for the Potter years over the Henry, although I do like Henry. Also BJ over Trapper. Again, however, there are few episodes I don't like. There will never be enough MASH and I don't know how many MASH stories I have kicking around in notebooks or in my head so you'll be seeing plenty more of them. I love it when y'all review my stories and I promise I'll go and take a look at yours too if you read mine.
In truth, though, I've been in love with the written word for most of my life. When I was little I would rewrite the endings of The Little Mermaid and other stories in my head when I would be waiting somewhere or on something. I've always had an active imagination. That's probably why I still don't care for the dark. I'm not afraid of it exactly, but you never know what may be waiting for one out there. There are a lot of unsolved murders, you know. Not to mention wild animals. When I was a toddler a bear stood up outside my bedroom window and shaved about 10 years off my mom's life.
Anyway, I'm not sure where to go from here, and it's time for me to get offline anyway, so remember...there can never be too many stories!
Have a nice life!