Author has written 13 stories for Voyagers!, CHIPs, and Doctor Who.
I am a very, very busy wife and mother who fancies herself a writer on occasion. I am a wife and mother and currently unemployed. My husband is my pseudo-beta (and my biggest fan) and I love him for it! Been married since 8/5/1989... 24 years and still goin' strong!
The first fan fiction stories I wrote were for the '82-'83 TV Series Voyagers! starring Jon-Erik Hexum (RIP) and Meeno Peluce. If you aren't familiar with the series (or you need a refresher course), here are two really good sites to visit:
- Run by Ginger (aka Mrs.Phineas Bogg here on ff.net.) Amazing site filled with screencaps, fan videos... check it out!
- IT'S BACK! We lost the link but found it again. This was my very first Voyagers! home on the web. Run by JoAnne.
After several years, I discovered one of my other all time favorite shows had fan fiction too: CHiPs. I never thought I'd actually write anything for the fandom, but having met some wonderful new friends who encouraged me, I have now written 4 stories in the fandom. I'm hoping to continue with more stories about Ponch and Jon, but it depends on the muse!
Here is more or less a CHiPs Wiki:
- anything and everything CHiPs!
Please Browse around and enjoy my hard work.
Voyagers! (these four need to be read in the following order)
1. Time's Keeper
3. A Magical Voyage
4. The Bonds of Friendship
The Women of Phineas Bogg
The Seven Points of the Badge
A Matter of Perspective
Facing the Past, Facing the Future
I hope you all enjoy my stories... And PLEASE Leave a Review! Even if you don't have an account you can still tell me what you think. I don't mind Anonymous reviews at all. I love hearing from you and what you think, and I like knowing who is reading as well! My fellow author, Mrs.Phineas Bogg has this on her bio page and it is so true:
You, readers, are our writing life blood. Your reviews can make or break us, but, they should ultimately improve our work. A writer strives to be heard. If you enjoy our story, please leave an honest review. Use more than two words and let your voice be heard. It's a writer's ultimate disappointment to see review posts that says, 'nice story,' 'good job,' 'more please,' 'Update quick' and many other canned phrases that tell us nothing of your pleasure or (groan!) displeasure. If you truly liked what you read, or have issues, let us know! Try to be specific on the the dialogue and descriptions that grabbed you. Tell us how you feel about our take on your favorite hero or villain. Your words make us want to write more and more and make improvements and it becomes a generous cycle.
Thank you to everyone who has read my work. I hope you have enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
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