Duane’s Fiction

August 4, 2008

Boris, Doris, and Faith

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , — duaneaakre @ 4:32 am

This is a cross-over story between ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ and the movie ‘True Lies’.  With the actress Eliza Dushka playing both Faith and the daughter in ‘True Lies’, this has always been an obvious cross-over to me, but I have never seen it done.  I think I have come up with a logical explanation of how the eleven-year-old Dana Tasker of the movie would have evolved into the fifteen-year-old Faith who arrived in Sunnydale during the third season.  However this story mostly focuses on events after the series finale with events before Faith’s arrival in Sunnydale covered via flashbacks.

I originally started this story when I was in the middle of writing ‘The Portal’, as I wasn’t happy with my ability to write action sequences and wanted to get a few more under my belt before I reached the climax of the other story.

Currently, I have completed the first five chapters and you can read them here.

I have made several attempts at starting the next chapter of this story.  The problem I keep running into is that the story really needs a transitional chapter to move the action from Cleveland to Transylvania.  However since it has been so long since I last updated this story, I would like to come up with something special and exciting to restart things.  I guess one solution would be to do an extra long (even by my standards) chapter to accomplish the transition as well as some follow-up action.  Anyway, if you would like to read the 8,000 word start I have made to the next chapter, you will find it here.

If you would like to discuss this story or push me to get back to work on it, leave a comment.


1 Comment »

  1. Your blog is interesting!

    Keep up the good work!

    Comment by AlexM — August 17, 2008 @ 1:40 pm

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