Fan Fiction

  • It's a Supernatural Life - Part 4

     

    Are you ready for part three of the Christmas story? If you missed the opening chapters of this year's Christmas in the bunker with the Winchesters, you'll want to go back to read Part 1Part 2 and Part 3 before continuing. After this we have still one part to go.

     The original idea for this story was to make it ready before Christmas day but unfortunately that didn't come to pass. Sometimes I plan too many things to do and I realize that there is only so much you can do in a day. I didn't have a holiday (vacation time) to finish it but so much was already done. I decided just to relax, keep the idea for the story in mind and slowly let it reveal itself. That was good as I could fully focus on it and write all that was needed. So finally we have arrived at the part that is my favorite.

  • Supernatural Fan Projects April, 2017

    The latest on what Supernatural fans are up to!
  • It's a Supernatural Life - Part 3

    Are you ready for part three of the Christmas story? If you missed the opening chapters of this year's Christmas in the bunker with the Winchesters, you'll want to go back to read Part 1 and Part 2 before continuing. After this we have still two parts to go.

  • It's a Supernatural Life - Part 2

    Welcome to the next chapter in my original fan fiction Christmas story! If you missed the beginning of Sam and Dean's surprise holiday hunt, catch up on Part 1 before continuing. As we slowly move toward the heart of the story, we will see and hear about some lovable characters. The speed should fully pick up by chapter 3.

    For this chapter I thought it would be fitting to add a clip from 3.08 "A Very Supernatural Christmas" because it is one of the reasons I decided to write this story.

    Enjoy!

  • Its a Supernatural Life - Part 1

    Year 2016 was not an easy one to live through. After my accident, the year seemed to turn into a horrible monster in a horror movie that had randomly decided to kill my childhood heroes and heroines.

    Also the world itself seemed to go bonkers. It all started in January and continued the whole year. Even the holidays were grim with news. We lost young and old and I can say that nothing has made me sadder in a while than when we lost Carrie Fisher. I grew up as a Star Wars fan and she and Princess Leia meant a lot to me.

    Because of all that happened during the holidays, I got an idea for a story. I wanted people to feel better. I wanted people to have hope and I wished I could lift their spirits. It dawned on me when I watched the Christmas classic "It's a Wonderful Life" on Christmas day - Maybe I should write a fan story that follows the same idea?

  • "I’m Sorry, Have You Met Me?" I'm Far Away Eyes!

    Busy though some of us may be with the challenges of life, we should never be too busy to make a new friend, or to take the time for an old one.  With this in mind, it's a sensible idea to visit with us here at The Winchester Family Business

    Members of the WFB Writing Staff selected 11 questions to answer.  When you're done reading, we'd like to challenge you to answer a few of the chosen questions. Long-time visitors or new ones, we'd like to get to know you better, too.

  • Supernatural Fan Projects June 2016

    As we make our way through Hellatus, here are the latest fan projects to keep us entertained!
  • Auld Lang Syne: Supernatural "H-Day"

    In the late half of Season 9, I decided to do something I'd never done: participate in a Supernatural Fan Fiction contest. I resolved not to do any slash but instead write up a big budget, movie style, possible "finale" to the show which tied up loose ends.  I chose it as my Auld Lang Syne feature article not only because it was a lot of fun to write (and had some great artwork by neigeausoleil) but also because it's somewhat humorous to look back two seasons later to see what I got wrong about the show's future plots... and what I ended up getting right.