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Linda Stoops ~ Stories found at Wolfpup's
Date First Story Posted: September 2002
Author Profile ~ A part-time library aide approaching
my first half-century, I've been writing fanfic of one form or another
since 1972, actually starting with comic books, before I knew the word
"fanfic" existed. I'd had stories published in Star Wars
and Dr. Who zines long ago, and only recently returned to fic with
an X-Files/Forever Knight story. Like many TS writers, I was drawn
into the universe backwards through online fic without having seen an episode
first, and the writer's background and comments you read in the story "New
Kid in Town" are based on actual experiences (except, of course, for
the part about the magical pen and notebook). Be warned: I am not a fill-in-character's-name-babe
of any kind, and I don't do overt smarm, so readers with favoritism issues
are advised to look elsewhere for their jollies.
- Sentries in the Other Orders --
The guys encounter their four-legged counterparts... maybe. If you like
cute, fluffy-wuffy kitty stories, don't read this.
- New Kid in Town -- A study of fanfic
characters in their natural habitat, and the care and feeding of same.
Rule #1: when confronted with Established Characters, show no fear. Rule
#2: a well-trained imagination is a powerful weapon. Use it wisely. Rule
- Moral Imperative: 10/18/02 --
Inspired by a TV concert, and the entirely too-aptly-named album it's scheduled
- Changing Lanes -- An ordinary,
humdrum, run-of-the-mill morning for a Sentinel and his Guide. Any more
details would spoil it, but the title might be a hint.
- A Shaman's Gotta Do What a Shaman's Gotta
Do -- Research may not be Blair's middle name, but it may as
well be, and Jim discovers the penalty for acting on faulty intel.
- The Bullet -- Blair is confronted
by some of Cascade's finest concerning the aftermath of the dissertation's
unauthorized release. Drabble.
- Dr. Who and the Most Dangerous City in America
-- The time traveller known as "The Doctor" ruminates over
his latest UNIT assignment.
- Eructations -- It's been said that
to be thought equal to men, women must work twice as hard, but that, fortunately,
is not difficult. In an evening with some of "the boys" of Major
Crimes, Megan gets a chance to prove this.
- The Stop -- Two patrol officers
pull over a certain Volvo, and we find that even guardians need guardians.
- Presents from the Past -- During
this December holiday tale, Jim and his father settle some issues, and
Blair and Jim establish their own customs. Attention, Jimbabes: sick Jim,
being taken care of. Warm fuzzies -- within reason. All together now...
Author added 9/21/02; last updated 12/21/04