writers are very welcome on MASKS, so if you would like to submit a sample of
your work to me, I will tell you
if it's suitable. All I ask is that you try to keep your portrayal of Ron's
characters as accurate as you can. Your story can be any rating, from General
to Adult, but no slash please - unless it's a story about Nalhober in 'Happy
Texas'! If you don't know what I mean, go see the movie ...
you haven't written before, or you think you need help on Ron's characters or
just someone to proof your stories, let me
know - I'm pretty sure I can help out, or at least know somebody who can. So
don't be shy - come on in ... all Ronaholics are welcome!!!
fan fiction is to be removed from this website and posted elsewhere without
the author's permission.
Seven Fan Fiction Awards 2005
read the nominations click here
Mistresses of Malarkey website
for the menu
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Fullest Moon by
Celtic Fiddler (Rated 15)
ships out from Earth after the horror of his time on the 'Auriga',
only to run into a mysterious young woman who has a secret.
AND THE BEAST
little vignette of poetic prose, written for the 2002 Con-zine.
Am ... (Gen)
result of an 8-word Beauty and the Beast challenge
Single Candle by
beautiful vignette written by Kaly, to commemorate the first
anniversary of the atrocities of September 11th, 2001.
of Masks by
year after 'Masques', Catherine and Vincent plan for a magical
night together on All Hallow's Eve ...
your treasure is
will your heart be also ...
Chances by Maggie
L. Smith (Rated PG-13)
alternate ending to 'Primal Force' by Maggie L. Smith, first
posted on the Ron Perlman mailing list 'Ron's Loves'
of a Ronaholic (Gen)
daft little piece written for Pat Paone's wonderful newsletter,
Perlman's Progress, describing my long, downward
slide into Ronaholicism ...
Then There Were None ... by Erin Kyle (Rated 15)
little poser for all of you Ronaholics out there - see from
the dialogue how many of Ron's films you can spot in this little
story. There ain't no prizes, so why not do it for the sheer
hell of it.
of the characters portrayed in these little tales belongs to me. I've only borrowed
them, put 'em to work entertaining my fellow Ronaholics, and then given them
back. You can sue me if you like but all you'll get is a wore-out pick-up truck
and a couple of useless hounds, and they're worth diddly-squat.