I don`t know where to begin to describe my level of expertise and knowledge regarding the wonderful show: Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. I guess I will start from the beginning. I began watching the show with the first episode of the second season. With the help of friends, I discovered there was a first season, and they loaned me their tapes which has the episodes on them. I was hooked on the show from the beginning, and I never missed an episode! I now have every episode on tape (non-syndicated and uncut), and I have seen all of them at least three times. I have also been out to the set, where they film, and have met all of the cast and most of the crew who work on the show. I now have friendly relationships with several of those I met. There is no question I cannot answer, and if I do not know the answer right away, I can find it within a couple of days. Feel free to contact me and ask whatever question you would like, and I will do my best to get an answer back to you, promptly.
B.S. Education (with honors); taught DQ in my classroom; have answered DQ questions for many other inquisitive fans; several stories written about DQ; manage the official Dr. Quinn Web Site (http://www.drquinnmd.com)
ACFW - American Christian Fiction Writers HWA - Historical Writers of America
12 historical fiction novels in print so far various print magazines and online e-zines
Bachelor of Science in Education, minor in History
best-selling author of over 10 novels favorite new author of 2008 best historical novel of 2009, 2010 reader's choice winning novel in 2009, 2010
Dr. Quinn has inspired me in so many ways, it's hard to summarize it into a few words. There is so much about it which made it such a superior show, and I love learning more and more about it every day. I hope to help you do the same.
I am constantly learning new things, and I look forward to learning from you as well as helping you find the answers to your questions. Feel free to share what you know with me. Let's help each other!
Everyone thought DQ would fail. Jane Seymour's agent even told her to go ahead and do it, since it would never last. Little did they know how wrong they were!
Dr. Quinn always portrayed sensitive issues in a straight-forward and no-nonsense manner. It touched on some very controversial topics such as censorship, rape, abuse, possession of firearms and murder, yet it continued to shine and maintain it's strong fan base, as well as win its time slot each and every Saturday night!
|Kristen||12/28/16||10||10||10||Thanks so much :)|
|Linda||07/27/14||10||10||10||Tiffany was right the question I asked .....|
Kristen, Are you referring to the dances performed by the townsfolk or by the Cheyenne Indians? Or are you looking for the ones Michaela danced in Boston and in formal settings? There is a lot of dancing
Hello Kristen, Actually, riding astride would be MORE common in the untamed western territories than in the more "civilized" towns and cities further east. The western territories were the first to
Hello Kellie, I'm assuming you're asking who jumped off the cliff in the two-part episode of The Abduction, as I don't recall anyone jumping off a class or glass or anything else like that. Perhaps
Hello Jackie, It's easy to get stuck watching the episodes, and easy to get addicted. Good thing you can do so in a marathon style instead of having to wait for 1 episode each week as it was when the
Hello Marianne, There really isn't much known about Zach beyond him being sent to that art school in Denver to further develop his skills. Hank mentioned visiting him later in the series, but we never