Page last updated: December 26, 2019
This is where you can find my favorite links to various stories, archives, and other websites. If you can fill in the blanks, please send me the info, but do not request that I add a link to something that isn't here. I'm only posting sites that I use often and can personally vouch for. That's what makes it my favorites. :)
Kodi Wolf Related Stuff
The following are links to online interviews I've done, as well as other sites that host my stories. There's also a link to my wife's poetry site, since a lot of the poems are about me and I'm just very proud of my wife's work. There are also links to reviews of my work, so if you've reviewed one or more of my stories and the link isn't here, let me know, and I'll add it. I've also decided to add a link to my web design site because I could really use the work (consider it a little shameless self-promotion).
The Uber Abode : Talk with the Authors
Author#1: Kodi Wolf (doesn't seem to exist anymore, this is the Wayback Machine archived version)
This was my first chat interview (first interview period), and I also had the honor of being their guinea pig for the start of the project. :) It was a lot of fun and I really enjoyed talking to everyone. Someday, I'd like to do it again, maybe when I finally publish something offline.
The Bard's Corner - Bards of the Xenaverse
http://www.ausxip.com/bards/kodiwolf.html (doesn't seem to exist anymore)
Interview #1 (Mid-Season 5)
This was the second interview I did. I still can't believe how wordy I got. :) On the interview page, the text boxes that I had to type my answers into were like two lines high and I had no idea I'd written so much. Anyway, it proves one thing - I'm definitely a bard. :)
KatLyn's Lesbian Fiction - Author Bios
Kodi Wolf's author bio (doesn't seem to exist anymore, this is the Wayback Machine archived version)
This interview is a lot shorter than the one on The Bard's Corner, so it should read a little easier.
Whoosh! Issue 72
Inside The Head Of Kodi Wolf (Interviewed by Amy Murphy)
I actually did this interview last year (2001). For a while, I didn't even think it was ever going to make it into an issue, but it did, so go read it. By the way, it's really long.
This website has created .pdb versions of my stories The Debutante and the Delinquent and Xena: Warrior Slave (look in the Archives box under Xena and Other, and then look for my name).
The Bard's Corner
Fan Fiction Listed by Author - K
I was absolutely floored when I was invited to join The Bard's Corner. I've always considered it to be one of the best archives on the 'Net. Unfortunately, the site isn't always up to date because I keep forgetting to send my most recent postings to MaryD. :)
Roarin' Fire's Poetry
This is my wife's website. I'm really not into poetry because I can't understand it most of the time, but her stuff is more like lyrics: I get it. So, even if you don't usually read poetry, go check her stuff out. It's really good. And yes, I'm biased. :) Also, there's a short fantasy I wrote for her that's only on her site because it goes with one of her poems (Your Fantasy). If I write more, I may create a non-fiction section on this site for it, but for now, it's only on her site. Oh, and I also designed the site, including creating all the graphics for it.
Lunacy's Fan Fiction Reviews - Kodi Wolf
Review for The Kiss: Take Two
This is another one I found from looking up my name. (Why doesn't anyone tell me when they write about my stuff?) The link goes to the story on The Bard's Corner.
Whoosh! Issue 56
The Use of Cliche in Alternative Fan Fiction with a Focus on Xena by Katia Davis
Again, I looked up my name, and this is what I found. My story Xena: Warrior Slave is mentioned in paragraph 36. However, the link to the story is very old and incorrect, so if you want to read it, I suggest coming back here.
Fan Fiction Stories
Below are links to my favorite stories or the first part/story in my favorite series, along with the authors' names and their home pages (in case there isn't a next button for you to get the next part in a series). These stories and series include both fan fiction (Xena: Warrior Princess, Stargate: SG-1, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, etc.) and original fiction/uber. They're not in any particular order; if they're on the list, then they're one of my favorites.
Harriet (no homepage that I know of)
Tether (Stargate: SG-1 fanfic)
B L Miller (http://www.blmiller.net/)
The Western Chronicles with Vada Foster (Xena uber)
R' Place (R' Place Series) (Xena uber)
It's All in Your Point of View (Perspectives Series) (Xena uber)
kd bard (no homepage that I know of)
The "Committment" (Billie/Cat Series) (Xena uber)
Melissa Good (http://www.merwolf.com/)
A Warrior By Any Other Name (A Journey of Soulmates Series)
Tropical Storm (Dar and Kerry Series) (Xena uber)
Bailey B (http://www.baileyb.the-voyager-collective.cc/ - doesn't seem to exist anymore, but my wife found an alternative archive at http://www.heaven-of-mine.de/B/BaileyB/AAAmain.htm)
Bound (Star Trek: Voyager fanfic)
Blaze (no homepage that I know of)
Daring (Stargate: SG-1 fanfic)
Puckster (no homepage that I know of)
Cerberus' Challenge (there's a sequel, but I didn't like it, so I haven't read the third one yet)
Kandis Glasgow (no homepage that I know of)
Love in an Elevator (Xena uber)
Clay10 (no homepage that I know of)
Dark Angel (http://www.angelfire.com/id/DarkAngel/)
FlyBigD (no homepage that I know of)
Fan Fiction Sites
http://www.kpiper.com/ftb.html (doesn't seem to exist anymore)
Fade to Black - X:WP Fan Fiction
United States Copyright Office
This is where to go if you want to register your work with the U.S. Copyright Office. You can download forms for printing, find out what the current fees are, and learn about what a copyright is.
WordWeb Thesaurus and Dictionary for Windows (free)
I highly recommend this program. You can input a word and get it's definitions along with multiple listings of synonyms and antonyms. You can have it narrow the list to just nouns or verbs or adjectives, or even narrow it to just a particular definition of the word, which is very useful when you get a word with a lot of different possible meanings. I probably use this program about every other paragraph, and I've even got it set up to work with Microsoft Word 2000, so I can just click on the icon when I'm writing to get help.
The Elements of Style - William Strunk, Jr.
If you're writing, then you should read this. It's as simple as that.
CIA - The World Factbook
I've only recently started using this site, which lists information by country. It can be very helpful in choosing locations for stories to take place. It offers maps, general background info, climate, geography, population, ethnic groups, religions, government type, economy, exports/imports (including dollar amount), and even how many Internet users there are.
Baby Name Network
This is the best name search site I've found yet (it replaces my old favorite at BabyZone, since they removed the "meaning" filter from their search). You can search by name, starting letter, gender, origin (such as Greek, Armenian, etc.), and even popularity. But my favorite way to search is by keyword. For example, if I want a name that means strength, I can do a search for "strong," "strength," "hard," etc. I have four baby name books on my shelf next to my computer, but when I want confirmation of a meaning or more choices, I go here.
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