About Me

I am an old Geek of 50. 😀
I love computers and play Sims and Sim City way too much. I still play ‘Populous’.
I love animals of all kinds and have cared for a wide variety.
I’ve been married to Mike since 1995. I adopted him in 1993.
I moved to RC SD about 2 years ago and I’m looking for nice folks to befriend 😀
I love animation and anime and have written over a million words of fan fiction.
I’m not attracted to ‘shiny’ stuff, but brightly colored things will keep me entertained for hours.
I raise Madagascan Hissers. They started out with a plan. I would raise them as feeder food for my brother’s tiger salamander. But the Tiger Salamander doesn’t like them. So now the hissers are just . . . multiplying in a large aquarium 🙂 Maybe I’ll be a supplier for South Dakota’s feeder bug needs.

My web site: Roadplug

http://roadplug.com/

30 years I trained horses is tied up in the reasons why I started writing Quirt and Brody. Writing is a way to re-live and share some of the adventures I had riding and training horses. I also enjoy a little paranormal, science and magic and try to incorporate that in my stories in a Jonny Quest style. Maybe extreme Jonny Quest. I don’t remember even him being in such trouble as I put Quirt, Brody and Suki in.

I set up some dangerous characters for the family to stay one step ahead of because I enjoy suspense too. Even to keep my interest, I felt the stories needed more than riding and ranch work to talk about. The other books I’ve seen where kids ride horses, there is a rich kid, Barbie doll, snotty element and I am not interested in writing about teenage drama of that sort. Not everyone, most in fact, who owns horses are rich. In my stories, Quirt’s family had to have some money to enable the kids to go on more adventures, but it’s not about the money.
Quirt is spoiled rotten, Brody came from an average single-working-mom family situation, and Suki was poor and on the run with her criminal father for three years after he killed Suki’s mom, Aiko.

Comments

  • David  On December 17, 2012 at 1:06 pm

    Thanks so much for the follow. Please feel free to share your comments or thoughts anytime. Take Care.

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