Most Recent Stories
Summary: With all his sons home, Ben wanted to spend time with them. Inevitably, stories were told, and the main beneficiary of those was Jamie who learned so much about his family and about life.
Rating: T Word count: 11,420
Summary: As they return from Boston, Adam and Joe Cartwright plan to defer resolving their differences until they reach home, but that’s going to be a lot longer and harder journey than they could ever imagine.
Word Count: 49,640 words
East, West: Home’s Best Series, links to all stories included within.
Summary: Summary: When an old friend of Ben’s suddenly shows up on his door step, will it mean more heartache for both of them, or will they finally have a chance for love? According to Hop Sing the legend of the Morning Glory hold a clue. Written for the Back to the Future challenge.
Rating; K+, Word Count: 13,044
Summary: Adam faces a long road home after suffering PTSD when a miner tortured him in the desert. He is afraid he killed Kane, because he cannot remember those last moments, until Joe supplies a ‘trigger.’
Rating: G 8,780 words
Summary: A day in the life of the Studio Executives. (Believe me–you don’t want their jobs.)
Approximately 1,870 words. Rating: PG.
The Studio Executives Series, links to all the stories are included within.
Summary: When Ben finds Adam to let him know it’s time to head home from a neighbor’s party, he can see that his son is upset and trying to hide it. Although his son won’t offer any information, Ben suspects Marie knows what happened, and once home, they’re able to put together the pieces of what 15 yr old boy overheard, and why he looked so stricken. The truth makes Ben seek Adam out for a father-son talk.
Rating: K Word Count: 6024
Summary: In this comedy from the Jack Richards/Malibu Sunset archives, Jack returns to his hometown to honor a last request. But not everyone got the memo…. (Posted in honor of Pernell Roberts’ birthday)
Rating: K Word Count: 2605
Jack Richards Series, links to all stories are included within.
Summary: A What Happens Next for ‘The Magnificent Adah’. As Hoss finishes one last beer, Little Joe heads outside to saddle Cochise and wait for him – little knowing the deadly danger that lurks in the dark.
Rated: PG-13 for brutality, violence, and graphic images
Word count: 14770