Alias Smith & Jones
Fan Fiction Archive

Last Updated 02/25/2005

This page is always under construction, so check back to find out if new stories have been added! New stories have a nifty little icon next to them that says “new”! If you would like to have your own Alias Smith & Jones stories added to the archives, please email me! We can host your story directly on our site or can provide a link to another location, if you prefer. I can accept stories in most formats and will be happy to format your story into html. All stories hosted at this site are coded in html.

A number of people have written to me asking for some advice about submitting stories to the archive or for tips on writing fan fiction. Please don’t hesitate to ask! But here is a link that might help you out a little bit in the writing and formatting area. I have a style book at my Ashton Press site. It’s meant for authors who are submitting to my fanzines, but the advice holds true: Ashton Press Style Book. Also, at Deb’s site (linked below under ASJ sites), there are links to many resources for Western fan fiction writers! Check them out!

I’ve put the stories in alphabetical order by AUTHOR. It’s still easy to find  stories by looking for the nifty icon.

Special thanks are due to Catherine, for all of her help with getting this archive started; Deb M. (her site is linked below!) for all of her help on the page and the graphics; Carolyn Cassidy (her site is linked below!) for allowing me to use some of her fantastic scans, thereby saving me loads of time; and everyone who has contributed a story or art or anything else to the new site!

There is a guest book at the bottom of the page and also an e-mail link to write to us. Please sign the guest book and leave any comments you might have about the stories! Remember, fan writers and artists live for feedback. Alias Smith & Jones fiction sites are few and far between on the Internet. If you like having this archive of stories available here, give us and the writers some feedback! Sign our guest book at the bottom of the page and leave your comments!

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Fan Fiction

“I sure wish the governor would let a few more people in on our secret!”

ASJFans Round Robin by Various Members of the asjfans mailing list. This round robin is still in progress! Check it out!  Updated 05/01/2000.

Pam Bazemore’s stories have been removed at her request. (08/20/2000)

The Newcomer in White River by Lynn Bowyer. Heyes and Curry find a “kindred spirit,” of sorts, when they meet up with a young boy who needs their help.  Added 02/19/2000.

Alias Smith & Jones Meet the High Chaparral by Carol Broyles. Ambushed by bandits in the desert, Heyes and the Kid have no horses, no water and -- with Heyes injured – almost no hope. The Kid won't leave Heyes, no matter what, but at their darkest hour the two strangers are found by Manolito and Blue from the High Chaparral ranch. Will it be in time to save Heyes? (Well, yeah, probably.). Feedback is appreciated by the author.

Alias Smith & Jones Meet the Magnificent Seven by Carol Broyles. Heyes and Curry figure a few hands of poker in Four Corners can do no harm, but they didn't count on former bounty hunter Vin Tanner recognizing them. Vin is one of seven men who have sworn to protect the town, and Heyes and Curry quickly find themselves outnumbered. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

Drawn to Danger by Carol Broyles. Sandy Worth is both frightened and fascinated by the daring outlaws who have stopped her train. But when she unknowingly draws their attention, Sandy gets more than she bargained for. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

Lost and Found by Carol Broyles. With the sheriff able to recognize Heyes on sight, Kid Curry is forced to ride into town alone to collect the telegraph the two hope are waiting for them. But the Kid is overdue, and Heyes must find him -- and soon. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

Take This Job by Carol Broyles. Former notorious outlaws, Heyes and Curry would seem an unlikely choice for bodyguards. And now that they have taken the job, they find it's not quite what they expected. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

The Hunted by Carol Broyles. Hannibal Heyes wondered if his luck could get any worse. He and the Kid were racing through the night one jump ahead of a posse, and now the sorrel he was riding was pulling up more lame with every step. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

The Rules of the Game by Carol Broyles. No money means no food and no shelter – an unappealing prospect on a cold and rainy night. With stealing no longer an option, cheating at cards would seem a logical alternative – for anyone but Heyes. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

The Ties That Bind by Carol Broyles. It seemed a friendly enough town -- until Heyes' poker-playing buddies, unhappy with their losses, decided to even the score. Usually Curry is there to protect him, but the unhappy losers have anticipated that and have a plan to deal with the Kid as well. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

The Ella Series by Catherine. Please note that the first, fourth, and eighth stories in the series are located on the Alias Smith & Jones Adult Archive. However, if you don't read adult fiction, the remaining stories linked below are self-explanatory. The concluding story in the series, Restless Heart, will be published in the upcoming has now been posted here. Page down and look under Leigh Stewart to find another story in the Ella series (written with Catherine’s permission).

Secrets (Story #2 of the Ella Series) by Catherine. Heyes and the Kid are back in Montana and back in trouble, when a load they were delivering gets hijacked. Lawyer Ella Hart comes to their rescue, but pretty much everybody's keeping something from everyone else. Will all these secrets keep justice from being done, and will they land Heyes and Curry in prison once and for all? Originally appeared in Just You, Me and the Governor #12. (You want this zine, too.  You really, really do.). Feedback is appreciated by the author.

A Death in Eden (Story #3 of the Ella Series) by Catherine. An expedition into the Colorado mountains with Hannibal Heyes and Kid Curry as tour guides? Sounds like the perfect holiday for Ella Hart, if only she can protect her innocent young ward, who seems to be falling in love with Kid Curry. But then one of the expedition members is found dead, and all bets are off as Heyes must find the killer before he or she strikes again ... or someone brings in the sheriff. Originally appeared in Just You, Me and the Governor #12, and winner of that year's Fan Q award for ASJ Gen fiction. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

Changes (Story #5 of the Ella Series) by Catherine. Heyes and Curry get their amnesty, but inadvertently cause disaster for Ella Hart when the real nature of her relationship with Heyes is accidentally exposed. For a respectable lady, to lose her reputation is to lose everything, but the alternative is something neither of them had ever anticipated. This story first appeared in Just You, Me and the Governor #13. This version is slightly revised, with some clarifications in several characters' motivations. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

A Visit Home (Story #6 of the Ella Series) by Catherine. Just because an ex-outlaw has a home, doesn't mean it doesn't take some getting used to.  Kid Curry is in love, but with a woman who's been hurt so badly, she may never be able to trust a man again. From Just You, Me and the Governor #13. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

Boys’ Club (Story #7 of the Ella Series) by Catherine. On Rick's birthday, Ella is introduced to the boy's club of the Blue Sky Saloon. Meanwhile, Kid Curry remembers the boy's club that was Devil's Hole, and the time an outlaw brought his ladylove there, against all the rules. From Just You, Me and the Governor #13. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

Different Directions I: Lost and Found (Story #9 of the Ella Series) by Catherine. From Just You, Me and the Governor #14. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 03/31/2000.

Different Directions II: Hide and Seek (Story #10 of the Ella Series) by Catherine. From Just You, Me and the Governor #15. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 04/02/2000.

Restless Heart (Story #11 of the Ella Series) by Catherine. From Just You, Me and the Governor #19. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 06/19/2002.

Alias Smith & Burne-Jones by Catherine. A Frustrated Hurt/Comfort Story. Kid Curry is in sore need of comfort, but obstacle after obstacle Heyes keep away. Throw in a stray British artist and an oddly misplaced Fourth of July Celebration, and hurt/comfort itself is in critical condition. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 06/05/2000

Impossible by Catherine. When Hannibal Heyes is critically injured, the Kid leaves his bedside unguarded for a moment and comes back to find . . . Danny Bilson? Only Lom Trevors can help the Kid understand that sometimes the impossible is the truth. Warning:  Roger Davis-related content. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 06/05/2000

Roswell by Catherine. Roswell, New Mexico seems like a pretty good town to Heyes and Curry – there’s lots of work and the sheriff doesn’t know them. But when Kid Curry agrees to help out an unusual pair of federal agents, he has a close encounter of the strangest kind. An improbable X-Files crossover. Originally appeared in Wide Open Spaces 11. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

The Wilde, Wilde West  by Catherine. From Just You, Me and the Governor #20. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 06/19/2002.

Break-in at Tiffany's  by Catherine. From Just You, Me and the Governor #21. A crossover with Highlander and a sequel to “Diamonds and Spades.” The events of the Highlander episode "Double Eagle" are the background to this story. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 06/19/2002.

Diamonds and Spades by Catherine & Hilary. Heyes and the Kid take a working holiday from the Devil's Hole Gang and arrive in San Francisco hot on the trail of a wealthy woman's jewels. But Silky O'Sullivan has other plans for them and soon Heyes is in a poker showdown with the lovely and mysterious Amanda, proprietress of the Queen of Spades Saloon.  A cross-over with Highlander. From Just You, Me and the Governor #16. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

Miss Becker's Bundle by Kristy Danieli. Inspired in part by Leigh Stewart's “A Slow Day at the Library” (see below). When a young woman arrives in Porterville and delivers an unexpected package to Lom with the instructions that it find its way to Joshua Smith, Heyes is faced with an unwanted responsibility. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

Truth Be Known by Vivian Darkbloom. This dark and angsty Heyes story was submitted for inclusion in the next issue of the Western genzine, Wide Open Spaces. When future issues of the zine were canceled, the author of “Truth Be Known” very kindly has allowed us to archive their story here, instead. What would happen to Heyes if Kid Curry were dead?  This dark story speculates on a possible future – if you can call it that.

Stories by Drena Hill
Revised June 2001

Please find below a list of all of Drena’s ASJ stories.
They are in the order they were written and contain a synopsis and the number of pages

(In case you just need a little story to read real quick!)
If you see one you like just e mail Drena at Bannockburn626@aol.com and she will
happily send it to you! Thanks!

Name & Description

Written

# of Pages

 

 

 

Hide and Seek -- Heyes risks his freedom to help a little boy trapped in a safe.

April 1999

8

All I Want For Christmas -- Kid and Heyes investigate a mine disaster with a little heavenly help.

April 1999

22

Ribbon at a Time -- Novel where Kid and Heyes help out a circus

Summer 1999

250

Happy Birthday Kid Curry -- Foreshadow to Amnesty offer

September 1999

6

Royal Hunt -- Heyes leads a royal hunting party and becomes the hunted with Kid as the hunter

September 1999

20

Teacher’s Pet -- Hannibal Heyes teaches school

September 1999

30

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington -- Kid and Heyes help out a First Lady

September 1999

10

The Day They Shot Mr. Lincoln -- Kid, Heyes and Quantrill.

October 1999

17

Things That Go Bump In the Night -- Halloween story with Salem Witch Trial tie in.

October 1999

42

Beginning of Always -- Kid and Heyes’s first bank job together

November 1999

16

I’ll Be Home For Christmas -- Reallllly long Christmas story

December 1999

200

Momma Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys -- Black settlers attacked heading West

January 2000

22

Winter of Our Discontent -- Kid and a gang of little old ladies save Heyes

January 2000

24

Get Me to The Church On Time -- Pre-amnesty story where we find out just how Heyes stole that train car

February 2000

24

Happy Birthday Hannibal Heyes -- Pre and Post Amnesty story about how Heyes took over the gang

February 2000

20

Rachel’s Dance -- The funeral of Grandpa Curry

April 2000

17

Praise the Lord & Pass Ammunition -- Missing scene Pilot.  What happens between running from posse and showing up at Lom’s

April 2000

17

Crazy Like a Fox -- Zorro story!  Adult content

May 2000

37

Best Friends -- What happened when Kid got back from ‘Philadelphia’

May 2000

12

Fair Play -- Missing Scene, what Kid was doing in the Shell Game

May 2000

8

The Funeral of Harry Brisco -- Harry and the Bannermen attempt to capture Hannibal Heyes

May 2000

7

Copasetic -- Pre-amnesty story, Kid and Heyes baby story!

May 2000

10

26th of June -- Kid and Heyes go up against each other in a town’s annual contest.

June 2000

14

Knowing -- How Kid and Heyes left the Home for Waywards

June 2000

9

Lost Boys -- Hanover Job explanation-how Kid got shot in the leg with a little help from Peter Pan.

June 2000

17

Diablo -- How the Devil’s Hole Gang Got Their Name-Pre-Amnesty story

July 2000

15

Often and Much -- Guys go back to the Home for Waywards on a job and find a letter from Kid's mom

August 2000

12

All These Years -- Missing Scene-Return to Devil’s Hole – What Kid was up to

August 2000

16

Along for the Ride -- Kid and Heyes ride for the Pony Express

September 2000

14

Waiting -- First person interview with Kid and Heyes on the time they broke up as partners

September 2000

15

Jelly Bread Jam Sandwiches -- Orphan Train story where a group of orphans join the Devil’s Hole Gang-Pre-Amnesty

September 2000

30

Anticipation -- Halloween story where Hell comes looking for an outlaw’s soul to collect

October 2000

21

No Rules -- Election Day story with a touch of Wild Wild West

October 2000

18

The Fastest Gun in the West -- Kid Curry finally meets someone as fast on the draw as him

January 2001

15

Boys will Be Boys -- Train wreck adventure where Kid and Heyes lead a group of boys out of the wilderness.

February 2001

24

Murder at Devil's Hole -- Kid is framed for murder and Heyes gets to play Ellery Queen

February 2001

15

Picture is Worth a 1000 Words -- Our picture story, Heyes is dead, Kid is in jail about to be sent to Prison

March 2001

10

Outlaw for an Inlaw -- Post amnesty story where Kid's daughter gets engaged and the boys help Teddy Roosevelt take San Juan Hill!

May 2001

16

Jenny -- How the boys met Jenny and the epilogue to 'Everything Else You Can Steal'

May 2001

9

With All My Might -- Post amnesty story where the guys return to Lawrence to rebury their parents at the monument

May 2001

15

How to Rob a Train in One Hard Lesson -- Pre series story.  A 'typical' Devil's Hole Gang train robbery!

May 2001

14

Outlaw of the Bride -- The wedding of Kyle Mertree and how the boys met him

May 2001

17

The Day AFTER the Amnesty Came Through -- Post Amnesty story where Kid finds out he's a father

May 2001

17

Impossible -- Series time line.  Kid and Heyes put their skills to the test when a mining accident hits a town.

June 2001

10

Heyes and Curry: The Early Years -- Changes by Jakki Freedman.  Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 06/09/2001

The Devil’s Daughter by Ann Keating. This is Part One of a developing series. The author reports she wanted to try her hand at fanfic and, having been a Heyes fanatic all her life, wanted to give him the spotlight, and a bathtub scene. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

On Opposite Sides of the Law by KelticDream. An ASJ/Lancer crossover. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

Dark Lady of Canyon Rock by Deb Menikoff. Originally published in the Western genzine, Just You, Me & the Governor. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 05/01/2000.

Meanwhile, Back in Porterville by Deb Menikoff. Originally published in the Western genzine, Just You, Me & the Governor. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 04/18/2000.

A Good Deed by Pony Girl. Originally published in the Western genzine, Bite the Bullet #1. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 02/28/2000.

A High-Flying Tall Tale by Pony Girl. Originally published in the Western genzine, Bite the Bullet #2. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 04/03/2000.

The Young Runaways by Pony Girl. A crossover with The Young Riders. Originally published in the Western genzine, Alias Heyes & Curry #2. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 08/05/2000.

Trick or Treat by Pony Girl. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 02/27/2000.

What’s-His-Name and That Other Fella by Pony Girl. Originally published in the Western genzine, Ghost Riders #14. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 08/05/2000.

Beginner's Luck by Anita Sanchez. Heyes and Kid first encounter each other as rookie bank robbers, on a day when nothing seems to go right. Feedback is appreciated by the author. Added 03/25/2002.

The Blizzard by Anita Sanchez. Heyes and Kid are settling in for the winter in a mountain cabin when some old and dangerous friends show up, and Heyes is in trouble. Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 03/25/2002.

The Way Our Luck's Been Runnin' by Anita Sanchez.  Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 06/19/2002.

The Weapon by Anita Sanchez. Kid arrives in town to encounter an old friend who has some very bad news about Heyes... Feedback is appreciated by the author.  Added 03/25/2002.

Una Larga Historia — Dead, Again? By Irene Shafer. After recovering from a rattlesnake bite, the Kid begins to suffer from night terrors. He also hasn’t uttered a single word to anyone, least of all Heyes, since that fateful evening. It takes a trip across the desert to California, and the help of a woman with special gifts, to learn the truth – that Heyes and Curry have been partners for even longer than they knew... Originally appeared in Just You, Me and the Governor #15. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

One Good Turn by Irene Shafer. Heyes and Curry meet up with an ‘old’ friend and learn that it really is true what they say about “one good turn.” Originally published in Wide Open Spaces #11. Feedback is appreciated by the author.

A Slow Day at the Library by Leigh Stewart. Feedback is appreciated by the author. Added 06/05/2000

Easier to Ask Forgiveness by Leigh Stewart. A story written in Catherine’s “Ella” series. Feedback is appreciated by the author. Added 05/02/2000.

The Horse You Rode In On by Leigh Stewart. Feedback is appreciated by the author. Added 03/26/2005.

Point of View by Leigh Stewart. Feedback is appreciated by the author. Added 05/02/2000.

Two of a Kind by Tenaya. A young drifter is in desperate straits and sets his sights on robbing a successful young poker player...and ends up with more than he bargained for. This story assumes that Heyes and Curry were not related and first appeared in Just You, Me and the Governor #9. Feedback is appreciated by the author. Added 06/09/2001.

A Gentleman's Game by Damoran Yarrow.  Feedback is appreciated by the author. Added 06/19/2002.

How to Pull a Tooth in One Hard Lesson by Damoran Yarrow. Feedback is appreciated by the author. Added 03/25/2002.

Wheat by Damoran Yarrow. Ever wonder how Wheat got his name? Feedback is appreciated by the author. Added 03/25/2002.

Money to Blow by Laura Virgil. Originally printed in the Multi-Media zine Of Dreams and Schemes #2.   Added 02/26/2000.

The Not-So-Great Train Robbery by Laura Virgil. A crossover with The Wild Wild West. Originally printed in the Western zine, Gone to Texas.  Added 02/19/2000.

Aces and Eights by Laura Virgil. A crossover with Maverick! Originally printed in the Western zine, Gone to Texas.   Added 02/19/2000.

Blindhearted by Ann Wortham & Laura Virgil. This little tale grew out of Ann’s desire to write a “love story” (of sorts) for Heyes that was a bit darker in tone (and perhaps more realistic) than many we saw on the show or that we see in so much romantic fan fiction. It was originally published in Cinda Gillilan’s great Alias Smith & Jones zine, Just You, Me & the Governor (still going strong!). Feedback is appreciated by the author.

Some Silliness and Fun

This section contains humorous top ten lists, jokes, puns, silly snippets, filk songs, cartoons and vignettes and so on, as well as links to humorous Western or ASJ-related sites on the web. Most of these items are very short (perhaps we should be grateful!). If you’d like to contribute, please send something! Oh, and uh, if you’re easily offended (by just about anything), maybe you should just avoid this section of the website…

Cowboy Wisdom. Author unknown. A humorous list of cowboy “dos and don’ts.”  Added 03/31/2000.

A Brief Outline of History. Author unknown.  Added 03/31/2000.

If Raymond Chandler Wrote AS&J by Catherine.  Added 03/31/2000.

Oh, My Darling! By Catherine.  A very short crossover with… Wayne’s World???  Added 03/31/2000.

Cannibal Heyes and Kid Curried by Laura Virgil.  Laura’s answer to what really happened in Donner Pass when Hannibal Heyes and Kid Curry happened along...  Added 03/31/2000.

You can also go straight to the entire file of Short Short Stories or Top Ten Lists.

The Snarkathons at Deb’s siteDeb and Catherine, well as a few guests, have produced some lovely MST3K versions of the ASJ episodes. Check them out!

ASJ Fiction at Other Sites

Jakki's Alias Smith & Jones Fan Fiction – The title says it all!

Neetz’ Fiction – You’ll find fan fiction from a lot of fandoms here, including Alias Smith & Jones. .You’ll also find The Real Ghostbusters, Man From UNCLE, Remington Steele, Star Trek: Voyager, Shadow Chasers, X-Files, Quantum Leap and more!

Tenaya’s Fiction – Tenaya’s fiction has moved to this site (and the adult site linked below) but you can also visit her own personal site. Check it out!

A.G. Artis – You’ll find the “secret” life of Carole Howey here along with a sample of some great ASJ fan fiction! (This site has been moved or removed… if anyone knows the new address, please let me know.)

ASJ Adult Fan Fiction ArchiveYou’ll find Alias Smith & Jones fiction here, including some of the racier parts of Catherine’s “Ella” series. All of it is adult and intended for those over 18 ONLY.

Fanzines

Fanzines from Ashton Press – We have zines available in many different fandoms, including Highlander, Blakes 7, Man from UNCLE, Rat Patrol, Star Wars, Alias Smith & Jones, the Western genre, and multi-media. We carry both adult and “gen” titles. At this link you’ll find details about all of our zines, including excerpts of text, samples of artwork, and descriptions of zine contents.

One More Last Chance – What would happen if the elusive amnesty finally came through…but for only one of the partners? One More Last Chance follows Heyes and Curry on a new set of adventures, mixing angst and action along with some new characters along the way. Full color cover by Laura Virgil. Approximately 137,000 words. Follow the link to see the cover and some text excerpts and also to obtain ordering information!

Just You, Me and the GovernorCopies of this long-time ASJ fanzine are available directly from the publisher/editor. Cinda also sponsors another ASJ discussion list and I believe she is still publishing a Pete Duel fan newsletter. Some of Cinda’s multi-media zines have also featured ASJ stories.

Bite the Bullet #3 – ASJ stories from the first two issues of this Western multi-media genzine are posted here on our website with the kind permission of the author and the editor/publisher of the zine. It is my understanding that issue #3 is still in print. For information about ordering, please contact: Jan Keeler, 22440 Dickinson Rd, New Boston, MI 48164-9455

 

More Fanzine information coming soon!

Other ASJ Websites

Carolyn’s ASJ Collection – An absolutely awesome site with reproductions of most of the old articles and photos that appeared over the years about the show and its stars and much, much more. Carolyn issues updates to the site frequently.

Deb Menikoff’s ASJ Site – The other great ASJ site with articles, “snarks” of the episodes, information about the show and so much more.

Episode Guide – A titles and episode guide by Alan Morton.

Jenny’s Place – Another great resource for ASJ fans.

Alias Smith & Jones: The Real HistoryA fascinating site that examines the historical aspects (and anachronisms) of the series.

Alias Smith & Jones TriviaA new site that looks like a lot of fun. Missing scripts, details of the set and more.

Roger Davis, Actor – A really nice site dedicated to Roger Davis, who played Hannibal Heyes after the untimely death of actor Pete Duel. The site features lots of information on Davis’ career, including pictures and information about his time on ASJ.

Ben Murphy – A great site dedicated to the life and career of Ben Murphy (Kid Curry). This is the only site I’ve found dedicated solely to this actor.

Other Western Websites

Gunsmoke References – Links to other fan sites about Gunsmoke.

The Henry Darrow Fan Club Site – Site dedicated to Henry Darrow (Manolito Montoya of The High Chaparral). (For those of you who like Henry Darrow, you can also find some recent candid photos of him at the Ashton Press Soap Opera Photo Site.

Paul Johansson Official Site – Paul starred in Lonesome Dove (the series) as well as Highlander: The Raven.

Donan Woods – A site dedicated to the character of Cassandra from Highlander as played by Tracy Scoggins. Tracy starred in Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years, as well..

With my latest update, I found that most of the other sites we were linking to are no longer active. I have had to remove all the fan fiction links for Magnificent Seven, Lonesome Dove, and The Young Riders. If you know of any fan fiction archives for other Western shows, please send them to me and I will be happy to add them.

Miscellaneous Links

Carole Howey’s Home Page -- Carole has written a number of romance/western novels, many of them featuring a hero "inspired" by a certain dark-haired outlaw and even a few with a rather familiar blond outlaw. (This page no longer exists. If anyone knows where it moved to, please send me the correct URL).

Here are some other Carole Howey sites you can check out:

Some Reviews of Carole’s Books

Carole’s Newest Book -- At this site, you can read a little about Carole, sample her new E-book, and order the book. (This site has also, unfortunately, gone missing.)

An Interview with Carole Howey

Script City -- You can obtain copies of the scripts from each episode here. Scripts are also available from: Melody Rondeau, 1853 Fallbrook Ave., San Jose, CA 95130

EBay – There is often ASJ content to be found for sale here!

Amazon.com – You can often find copies of the ASJ pilot for sale here.

Blackstar Videos – Some ASJ commercial videos are available in the UK. Once at their site, do a search on Alias Smith & Jones.

 

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