Enda Teagan Doyle
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Joined 10-15-07, id: 585745
Author has written 1 story for Historical.

I'm Enda Teagan Doyle, my stories are (most of them) still in the rough stage, ideas formulating and being poured until they find their shape. They may be subject to some renovations later, but for now, they'll just be added piece by piece until I get to a point where I'm able to go back and make sure everything fits as perfectly as possible.

I love comments, even critisism if it's done constructively and gently (Example: don't tell me it sucks, tell me such and such a thing doesn't work for you because of X reason. Specifics are good. I appriciate knowing what you like as well, helps me figure out what fits the story and what doesn't work so well.)

A word about chapters:

My Bakers' Dozen was never formally broken into chapters, it was in sections separated by to show a change of scene. So the chapters at this point are simply suggestions/changes of scene. Don't take them too seriously. I also had to change the format for this site, so something things may be a little odd, but I tried to catch them all.

About Bakers' Dozen:

It is set in (roughly) the 1850s, wagon trains, gold rush era. There are a lot of characters, I may end up making a chart for them at some point if I can figure out where to put it. It's rated M for violence, peril or adventure mostly, but since it is a work in progress, other situations may come up later. I'll try to remember to keep this updated

Bakers Dozen reviews
Follow the story of a boy lost crossing the plains on the way to California, while his older brother desperately tries to find him, and the rest of his family struggles to make it through the mountains with their wagon train before winter seals the pass.
Fiction: Historical - Rated: M - English - Adventure - Chapters: 27 - Words: 28,176 - Reviews: 1 - Updated: 11/24/2007 - Published: 10/19/2007