Date: 11/09/2015 03:41 am Title: Shelf or Skelf
Wow, that's some therapy session! Gibbs' words of wisdom and Ducky's all powerful moonshine - somehow the therapy session for Gibbs was turned around to work on Tony ...makes sense, it would make Gibbs feel better to be teaching, not confessing his regrets ... But he did get in quite the session about feeling the woman in the wood!
Lots of fun - and you really got me thinking : how the hell hasn't Gibbs done himself major damage at least ONCE, mixing bourbon with boat???
Thanks for the fi read!
Author's Response: Thank you Shy, yes re-reading it was a good description of the keel, I must have excelled in writing in those days.
Date: 03/02/2012 01:30 am Title: When the west was wild and Gibbs even more so
the Boss. The trousers tight, the cowboy boots, black, the black waistcoat with the pocket watch draped across. The three quarter length black jacket. The gun belt slung over his hips. He was sophisticated. The black hat lay on the bar.
Took me 10 minutes to get past this description, it is so...HOT. Oh my! If there'd been a horse I might have fainted!
Date: 08/16/2010 10:02 am Title: When the west was wild and Gibbs even more so
Team building...seemed like a fun day, in the end! Gibbs got what he wished for: a case!
Excellent team work, too.
That was a nice, wee ficlet! I really enjoyed reading it!
Author's Response: Oh sorry Linda I am so far behind saying thank you, yes different.
Date: 07/26/2009 04:18 pm Title: The Wrath of His Women
I really enjoyed the way you were able to bring Abby, Kate, and Jen into the same universe--the interaction between Kate and Jen was hilarious! Very inventive.
Author's Response: Thank you so much, it was one of my early stories butI had so much fun writing
Date: 06/20/2009 07:13 am Title: Five go to the seaside
Not the typical NCIS case, or story, but I liked it a lot! The Five stories sound similar to the Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys mysteries.
The house must have been impressive once upon a time. Tim can't sell it! He should use it as his get-away. I can picture him sitting in the library, pounding out a novel on his typewriter.
Author's Response: Thank you Janie, yes it was different
Date: 04/15/2008 06:48 am Title: Ruth/Ari/Gibbs/Ziva
I really did like this one. I liked Ruth (as scary as she was) and it was a very interesting spin on a old event, but it worked very well. It was very interesting, also. :D
Author's Response: Thank You for that. I sometimes wonder if I am weird or not