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Author has written 21 stories for Three's Company, Dukes of Hazzard, and Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew.
What in the heck was ole' Waylon talking about there on Chapter 1 of 'Consequences'? Well in case you haven’t figured it out already, he was leading you here so you could learn more about my Dukes Choose Your Own Ending Story. Before you click on Chapter 2, I'd like you to take a moment to go over Uncle Jesse’s rules and commentary which are listed below. They’re here not only to make some humble requests, but to help you understand the story a little better:
Uncle Jesse’s Rules and Commentary:
Number 1:Don’t any of you youngin’s go reportin’ this story to fanfiction.net. Those folks frown on these kinds of stories and they would take it off and ban H.G. from the site. She spent five months burnin’ brain cells on this story to provide free entertainment and believe me, she didn’t have none ta 'spare. Besides, I can’t stand for tattlin’. Sure it’s against the fanfic law, but then us Dukes supposedly break the law all the time and ya like us, don’tcha?
Number 2:We needs plenty of feedback on this story. The way I see it, she’s got seventeen endin’s on there so’s I reckon she needs one for each endin’ you git to. That’s right youngin’, she wants 17 reviews from each of ya. Yeah, it might take ya awhile but I guarantee it won’t take ya nowhere near as long as it did for her ta think all this stuff up. (okay, she really don't expect you'ns ta do that much, but if ya do like tha story, drop her a line or two to let her know- she's kinda poutin' about just gettin' a few and I can't stand fer feelin' sorry fer yourself.). And oh yeah, I know this story was wrote way back in '06, but she still likes them reviews. So's if yer late in tha game gittin' here, go ahead and leave her one. Ya gotta remember, she's jist a Georgia mountain gal herself, where the big action in her neck of the woods is seein' the mailman drop off her junk mail. So's if ya were to leave her one of them reviews, it might give her somethin' to git all hyped up about other than the dollar store circular.
Number 3:Well this ain’t a rule ta follow, just a commentary; I want ta personally welcome ya to the Duke family where there’s always room fer one more. Now I want ya ta understand yer relation. You’re my first cousin, once removed, which means yer Luke, Bo, and Daisy’s second cousin. However, bein’ a youngin’ like them, I reckon it seems more proper fer ya to call me Uncle Jesse. So’s yer allowed. So as yer readin’ along, you might see that H.G. has you callin me Uncle but referrin’ to me as yer cousin. ‘Course now that you understand the situation, you’ll know why. You’ll also notice them outta town folks referring to me as your Uncle, we’ll they can’t help it they don’t know no better, what with you callin’ me uncle and all. That’s jist to let you know that H.G. ain’t lost her marbles as you read along.
Number 4: Another thing to remember: This here story takes place around 1980 jist like it did on tha T.V., so’s when we git into some technical stuff and talkin’ about money, it’s gonna be like it was back in ‘80, not 21st century. So don’t you young’ins go laughin’ at what we got. Yeah, you might think that tha' 80's called and it wants it's stuff back, as ya'll like ta say, but we can't give it up if we want the story ta seem somewhat authentic.
Now that Uncle Jesse's had his say, feel free to go back to the story and click on Chapter 2!
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I started out as a Hardy Boys fan fiction writer. To read my very first piece of fan fiction ever, which is not listed on this website, visit http://hbfanfiction.webs.com/Holleigh_Stewart/itheewed.html
About Me: I would probably disappoint or anger most Dukes of Hazzard fans to reveal that I'm not a huge fan of any of the actors who portrayed the main characters. It's been awhile since I checked on them, but during my last observations...I haven't agreed with some of the values Tom Wopat has been portrayed as having made in his personal life, Catherine Bach...you just never hear enough about her to maintain a following and John Schneider seems desperate, as if he will do anything even in his personal life, good or bad, to maintain an audience. Some people are die hard fans and their 'star' can do no wrong. I get that and if this describes you, I can appreciate your being star struck if you will show me the same courtesy in not being star struck. If complete devotion of an author to those who brought the characters to life are vital to your ability to enjoy my stories, then you may want to go ahead and skip them.
However, I am a huge fan of fictional Bo and Luke Duke. One thing I can claim to have in common with them is the fact that I am a native of the Georgia mountains. Because of my familiarity with the area, I enjoy incorporating local towns, landmarks, places, slangs, phrases and pronunciations into my Dukes of Hazzard Fan Fiction...If you see a specific place mentioned and you don't remember it being in the show, chances are it's actually somewhere around here. Some examples are Carter's Lake (Mentioned in Deadline and setting for scenes in Three Days, Two of Three ) Jack's River (Setting for scenes in Deadline), Jasper (Mentioned in A Chance of Snow) Calhoun (Mentioned in It's All Relative) Cleveland (Mentioned in 'The Mysterious Goldie Matthews')Acworth and Allatoona Lake (Settings for scenes in 'A Family for Luke') and Amicalola Falls (Mentioned in 'The Hunt'). I do this because I have read books in the past that uses actual locations and when I pass those locations in real life, it helps me to 'see' the characters in those places and gives me a clearer picture of the events that take place. It is for this reason that I, too, incorporate actual places. So, if you want to 'see' what I see and can't visit yourself, look them up under Google images!
When I'm not busy reading or writing fan fiction I'm working for the mouse...Mickey Mouse! I am a contractor for Walt Disney World Resorts in Florida, specifically in the guest services department. I'm on the backstage side which doesn't require much direct guest contact, still, I do hit the phone about a couple of hours a month in an effort to 'stay fresh' on entering reservation. So if you ever decide to call good old 1407WDISNEY and you get someone on the phone with a cute southern accent, chances are you could just be talking to me!
If I could meet one actor in the world and just sit and talk to him/her: Scottish actor Robert Carlyle...yes please! :)
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