Summary: It was a simple request and one that could not be granted due to circumstance beyond their control. Or could it?
Rating: G 6,880 words
Note: This story was written for the Bonanz Brand 2020 Advent Calendar, originated in the Forums.
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: To help Adam’s friend George, Little Joe has impulsively boarded a ship for Boston. Now it’s up to Adam to chase him down and bring him home.
Rating: K (97,504 words)
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Summary: Lost, both literally and in the wanderings of his fevered mind, Little Joe encounters a ghostly presence (or is it?) and fears he’s in for a visitation like that of Ebenezer Scrooge.
Word Count: 3,800
Summary: A Tiny WHN for “A House Divided” Surely, the brothers had more to say to one another than what we heard at the lake. Perhaps just three little words?
Word Count: 705
Summary: Written for the 2018 Missing Man Challenge. I have always felt that the drama of “To Die in Darkness” would have been intensified if Ben had experienced its situation with a son, rather than with Candy, much as I like him. This challenge seemed like the perfect opportunity to explore that idea.
Rated: K+ Word Count: 14,833
Summary: Hoss isn’t sure whether Little Joe’s latest get-rich-quick scheme will leave him rich beyond his boldest dreams or dead in the desert.
Written for the 2018 Ponderosa Paddlewheel Poker Tournament.
Rated: K+ 24,400 words
This story was written for the 2017 Advent Calendar – Day 16
Summary: The citizens of Virginia City are treated to The Nativity Play, with the Cartwrights having prominent parts in the production.
Rating: G 4,000 words