Dammit, Jim, I'm a writer, not a doctor!

Whether you're from a strange galaxy--even this one--or from a Quantum Accelerator, you've come to the right place...except that Geocities is no longer a free server. Please bookmark the new location at http://www.littlecalamity.tripod.com/index.html. See ya there!


Here you'll find fan fiction about TV shows, often crossed universes; a rather persnickety guide to grammar, spelling, punctuation, and general good writing--with examples from on-line stories; links to aphorisms and wisecracks and to genealogy gathered by Little Calamity herself; and links to whatever I feel like putting up. It's my page, and I'll link if I want to.


Read fan fiction about QUANTUM LEAP, THE INCREDIBLE HULK, RIPTIDE, MAGNUM P.I., BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, FRIDAY THE 13th--THE SERIES, THE SENTINEL, GILLIGAN'S ISLAND, and other TV shows.

Learn from Ms. Nitpicker herself HOW TO WRITE ALMOST READABLE FAN FICTION--especially fun if you enjoy being scolded mercilessly for your grammatical imperfections. See actual on-line fan fiction errors. Afterward, take a test and see whether you recognize a badly written sentence when you read one. (Ms. Nitpicker does hope you don't recognize one of your own there.) Now includes the CHEAT SHEET INDEX, with helpful details about TV shows for aspiring fan fiction writers.

Enjoy aphorisms, proverbs, and quotations sorted by a number of interesting categories; you'll find things both witty and wise there.

Enjoy a collection of bawdy, sarcastic, sentimental, pessimistic, or silly poetry bound to make you laugh.

Interested in genealogy? Snips about my Adkins, Beard, Goodwin, Leavell, Marshall, Osborne, Perkins, Sailors, and Staggs relatives are found here.

Do you have an attitude (particularly after reading the rules for semi-legible fan fiction) and want me to just get lost? (It will take awhile, I'm warning you!)

Send copious praise! E-mail me at: LittleCalamity@hotmail.com--but remember that I am absent-minded, a terminal procrastinator, and prone to bursting into tears. Don't flame unless you want to be responsible for massive psychotherapy bills.

See pictures of the family that produced this bizarre author at: HTTP://WWW.reocities.com/HEARTLAND/4316/leavell.html

For (among other things) stories about THE SENTINEL and advice from Holy Mother Grammatica, visit Susan William's Stories

For clever animated gifs, visit HTTP://www.bellsnwhistles.com

For backgrounds, John's Backgrounds

To check out discounted prices on QUANTUM LEAP books and videos--no tricks, pushing these links doesn't commit you to anything--or just to search for books on any topic at a discount, see this brief catalog.

Visit FAN FICTION ON THE NET for a ton of links to fan fiction.

Visit the Anti-Britney Spears site of my nephew.


GENEALOGY LINKS (OTHER THAN MY OWN PAGES)

No Leavell/Level/Levell/Leavel/Leavelle/Leavill researcher should miss DESCENDANTS OF JOHN LEA VELLE, by Leon Joseph Wallace.

ANCESTORS OF MARTHA ANN KRETSINGER includes descendants of Benjamin Leavell and Martha Haydon.

At DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM SIMS you can read about the ancestry of the husband of Mary Leavell, daughter of Benjamin Leavell and Martha Haydon.

DESCENDANTS OF RICHARD WADE WALLACE.


When I heard about CYNDI'S LIST, I thought with distaste that it sounded like some yuppie airhead site. Now I'm stuffed with humble pie. This is the best genealogy directory on the Internet, leading you to thousands of useful sites. Hundreds of thousands. Don't pass this up!

The best place to begin genealogy surname searches is provided by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints at FAMILY SEARCH.

A great place to post queries and research surnames is FAMILY TREE MAKER also provides free indices and links to web sites and family home pages.

Genealogy.Com now appears to be owned by Familytreemaker, but seems to have slightly different databases.

Also a commercial site, ANCESTRY.COM does have new databases available free for ten days, so check often to see what new sources they've acquired. Also check the totally free Ancestry World Tree there.

At ROOTSWEB, run searches on your surnames--the WorldConnect is especially helpful.


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