Fan Writing

To paraphrase a very wise author, Eric Sloane: The places and people in the following stories have
been represented accurately to the best of my ability; yet my writing is supposed to be a tale, and as in
any historical novel, my own imagination has blended with fact to create poetical reality.


Disclaimer: The following works have been created for the enjoyment of fans. The rights to the
characters initially created for the these TV shows belong to their creators.  All other characters are of
the author's own creation and belong to her.  No copyright violation is intended.

NEW  Two Worlds in Which We Dwell  A Star Trek/Daniel Boone Crossover - Rated PG for adult themes and mild violence and language (You know Dr. McCoy!)  Spock and Uhura are
missing and it seems they have fallen into the hands of the Enterprise's enemies - and the past!  

I.  A Lying Tongue - Rated PG for adult themes.  Two pious women in the town convince themselves that there is something going on between Daniel Boone's wife and Boone's 'Injun', Mingo.  
Can Rebecca's reputation and Daniel's friendship with Mingo survive?

II.  Boone's Injun -  Rated G  Daniel's young daughter, Jemima, has some trouble adjusting to her father's new Indian friend.  What will the neighbors think?  One, Two, Three, Four, Epilogue

III.  Smoke - Rated G  Daniel and Mingo's friendship is jeopardized when they come into conflict over the fate of a young white boy captured by the Cherokee.  Where does he belong?   
Perhaps the answer is in the smoke.

IV.  Country of the Blind - Rated G  Mingo is blinded in an accident.  Can the Cherokee warrior come to terms with the fact that he may never see again?  One, Two, Three, Four, Epilogue

V.  His Father's Son - Rated G  Lord Dunsmore has a terrible secret.  Can Mingo accept his father once he finds out what it is?

VI.  War Woman - Rated PG for mild violence  Mingo has met his match in a Cherokee war woman.  Will he aid her in her quest, or act on his feelings that he should stop her before she too
becomes a victim of the white man.
 One, Two, Three, Four

VII.  Panther Crosses the Sky - Rated G  A young Shawnee boy rescues Israel Boone from death, but is injured himself in turn.  He is taken to the Boone home, but his presence there spells
disaster and death for everyone.
 One,  Two,  Three,  Four,  Five,  Six,  Seven,  Eight,  Nine , Ten & Epilogue

VIII.  Unexpected Journey - Rated G  Jemima and Mingo get to know one another when he accompanies her on an unexpected and dangerous journey.

XI.   Sins of the Father -  Rated PG for adult themes  A young Redcoat Daniel Boone saves from dying changes Mingo's life forever.  Who is he?  And more important, who is he to
Mingo?
One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Eleven

XII.  The Accursed Thing - Rated PG-13 for brutality and adult themes.    A sequel to the above Sins of the Father.  Mingo's illegitimate son, James, returns from England only to be
kidnapped by someone seeking revenge against his father, Lord Dunsmore.  Can Mingo save James - and himself?
 One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Eleven,
Twelve,
Thirteen, Fourteen, Fifteen and Epilogue   

XIV.  
Journey Home - Rated PG for mild violence and language.  The fourth installment in what has become a quadrology of Mingo's life.  Journey Home begins in 1838. as the Cherokee are
driven from their land, with a reminiscent Mingo remembering the last great adventure he shared with Daniel Boone.
 Read it here.


PARODIES:

I.  Only One Weapon - Rated 'G' for goofy  Israel's freckles are migrating, Rebecca has the scissors out and Mingo is eating everything in sight.  Daniel Boone philosophises and the Redcoats
are on the warpath!  A loving parody of a standard DB episode.  One, Two, Three, Four

II.  My Clone's Keeper - Rated 'PG' for particularly goofy  A Daniel Boone/Star Trek Crossover parody.  Whew!  Enough said.  Act One, Act Two, Act Three


DANIEL BOONE NOVELS: a trilogy of novel-length stories that explore Mingo's past, develop his present, and speculate on his future.

I.  Beloved Ghost - Rated PG for mild violence and language   A former love from Mingo's past returns to haunt him.   Prologue, One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine,
Ten
, Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen, Epilogue

II.  Blood Was Only for Bleeding - Warning: this novel contains long chapters, sometimes up to 40 pages.  PLEASE allow time for them to load.  Rated PG for mild violence and language  
Why did Mingo return to the colonies?  What forced him from England.  And who awaited his return with only hatred and a deep need for revenge.
One,  Two,  Three,  Four,  Five,  Six,  Seven,  Eight,  Nine,  Ten,  Eleven,  Twelve,  Thirteen,  Fourteen,  Fifteen,  Sixteen,  Seventeen,  Eighteen,  Nineteen & Epilogue

And for those of you who feel a desire to rip your hair out due to the HUGE cast  & dialect:

Dictionary for the Scottish Dialect challenged  and  A Blood Was Only for Bleeding Who's Who

III.  Journeys End - Same applies here - very long chapters!  Rated PG for mild violence and language  Mingo is kidnapped and a plucky Rebecca follows only to find herself, and the one
she hopes to rescue, embroiled in international affairs which may lead to their deaths.  
One. Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen & Epilogue


ELSEWHERE TALES:

I.  Another Life - Rated PG for mild violence and language
This is a story of 'what if'. What if Mingo had not returned to the Colonies as a young man to live his life as a Cherokee warrior. What if instead he had grown up in England and accepted the role
of a son of the Peerage? What if he had entered the army and risen through the ranks as any good English nobleman should?  What if Mingo was a Redcoat?  
One, Two , Three, Four, Five,
Six
, Epilogue

II. White Knight - Rated PG for mild violence and language  A crossover between the Daniel Boone TV series and Forever Knight.  A blizzard blows a strange trio into the fort
along with even stranger doings.  A tale of Cherokee mysticism, ghosts and vampiric visitors.  Read it
HERE
I.  The Nobleman's Son - Rated PG for mild violence  Can Robert of Huntington, a child of privilege and power, be accepted as the new Robin in the Hood?  Maybe not after misdeeds of his
youth come to haunt him...  
One, Two, Three

II.  Two for the Breaking -  Rated G  Can Marian love again after her husband, Loxley, has been brutally murdered?  And would she - could she - dare to love the second of Herne's sons?

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DANIEL BOONE
ROBIN OF SHERWOOD
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THE YOUNG REBELS:

Most recent:  The Shadow That Passeth Away - A Star trek/Young Rebel's Crossover  Rated PG for mild language, violence and adult situations
Kirk, Spock and McCoy are forced to use the Guardian of Forever to find the Enterprise's rogue historian who has gone back in time to change
to outcome of the American Revolution.

I.   
Z is for Zanker -   Rated PG for mild violence and language  Major Zanker is back!  In this sequel to the 'Young Rebels' episode 'The Hostages', Major Joachim Zanker returns to complete
his unfinished business.  
One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine

II.  Knight in Chester - Rated PG for mild violence and language
A Forever Knight/Young Rebels crossover - A Gothic tale of vampires, lost loves and old loyalties that leaves no one untouched in 18th C Chester. Jeremy alone must resist  their power to save
General Lafayette from certain death...or worse. Crossover with the TV series Forever Knight
One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Eleven, Twelve

III.  The Beast - Rated PG for mild violence and language A Daniel Boone/Young Rebels crossover -  A weary and exhausted Lafayette decides to visit his old friend Daniel Boone before
returning to France.  Little does he know this innocent wish will place him, the Boones, and the Young Rebels in jeopardy as a nightmare from his childhood known as 'the Beast' appears and
begins to terrorize the countryside.   
One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen   

IV. All Hallows Eve - Rated PG for intensity  It is the night before All Souls' Day.  Jeremy is haunted by mistakes of the past - as well as a mysterious visitor who takes him on a journey.
One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six

V.  A New Species of Tyranny - Rated PG for intensity & mild language  Someone knows Jeremy Larkin's secret and people are dying.  Can he solve the mystery before everything he holds
dear is lost?
 One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen, Fourteen, Fifteen, Sixteen & Epilogue

VI.  The Eleven Thousand Five Hundred - Rated PG with strong cautions regarding content, language and thematic violence   
Jeremy Larkin undertakes a secret mission to New York.  A case of mistaken identity finds him arrested and sent to a British prison.  Lafayette and the Society must find a way to rescue him
before it is too late.