Most Recent Stories
Summary: A young lady traveling west to pursue her dream meets a colorful storytelling character and the Cartwright brothers which helps her find her future and is serendipity for a certain Cartwright too.
Rating = G Word count = 3,095
Summary: This is a blast from the past. This tale was on BonanzaWorld back in 2009, and appeared in The Best of BonanzaWorld book, but it hasn’t been posted anywhere else, ever. A follow-up to Death at Dawn, the story focuses on what happens to a man of action (the guy who does what needs to be done) once the action is over.
Word Count: 9435
Summary: Ben comes home to a comic crisis creating by who else – his youngest son! Can he help him before the boy is buried alive?
Word count: 1746
Summary: A fellow rancher asks Adam to look in on his daughter’s family who lives in California, where Adam is about to travel with a small herd. A problem has arisen is that this daughter has fallen ill while visiting her parents in Virginia City, leaving her husband with a farm to run and two young children to care for, at the busiest time of year. While that seems easy enough, the other information Adam is given about the situation at that home, and the request being made of him, is anything but simple. What he finds on arrival changes, and the roles he must assume to get this family through the frightening times, revisits feelings he’s been contending with for some time.
Rating: K (General)
Word Count: 32505
Summary: President Grant offers Joe Cartwright a job as Head of Security in NYC. Will he take it? Hoss and Adam discover another Eden on a far flung part of the Ponderosa? What do they plan to do with it? And Ben … could this story end with his demise or not?
Rating: PG Word Count: 204,400
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Summary: What happened before Ivory arose as Adam faltered while entering the waiting area of the stage station? A small smile played on her lovely lips as she approached him. As if she could read his mind, she said, “I am what I look like. I am for real. I am really a woman.”
Rating: MA – This story ventures into an area that may make some readers uncomfortable. Though not explicit, the theme may not suit everyone.
Summary: Just a little poem from the perspective of the three mothers: Elizabeth, Inger, and Marie.
Word Count: 243