I was recently contacted by a former TS fan who remembered my name from long ago, asking if I would advertise some TS memorabilia for her. I can’t attest to her bona fides, obviously, but the tone of her communication seems friendly and genuine. Buyer beware and all that. :-)
This is from Velaike’s LJ private message to me:
I have 10 scripts (copies of scripts—not originals). These are not items that I’m going to keep and continue to copy; I’m just really hesitant to toss them out when there might be someone out there interested in them.
Three Point Shot
Sentinel, Too, Pt. 1
Sentinel, Too, Pt. 2
Dead End on Blank Street
The Waiting Room
The Sentinel By Blair Sandburg
I’d like $7 a piece for them, to help cover postage, PayPal fees, etc.
If anyone is interested, they can PM me at Velaike on Livejournal. Alternatively you can email velaike at yahoo dot com. This offer is open until the end of October 2014.
That’s me. I’m in.
Reporting for duty.
Who are you calling old? Age ain’t nothing but a number, baby. When I’m 90 and complaining about how they’ve reorganized the drugstore so it’s too damn narrow to walk through the aisles, then maybe you can call me old. Till then, I’ll be over here grooving to my pop hits of the last six months and writing fanfic as fast as my fingers will let me.
We always need new candidates for Blair Sandburg’s father. Consider it though: the hair, the intelligence, the occasional tendency to mania; and not least, the dress sense!
Talking with people at Dragon*Con made me nostalgic for The Sentinel, but I can’t find it streaming anywhere—not even if I were to pay Amazon!
God knows how long it will stay up, but try this. You have to scroll a fair way down, but they’re there.
Showing PMG the love today!!! Omg I 💗 him. Still. Lol.
3x05 - Voices of Authority
Just a little love for Hutch today. Plus, David Soul was such a fine, fine looking man…. 😄 (And this is coming from a Starsky girl, mind you)
Now me, I am a Hutch girl, but I do love ‘em both.
Domestic fluff fic for The Sentinel. Jim/Blair slash, 919 words. Blair lays down the (sartorial) law.