Catherine's Home Page

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Personal Fanfiction Website
Website: Catherine's Home Page
Author: Catherine Boone
Dates: ? 1996 - 1999
Fandom: Forever Knight, Highlander
URL: (archived)
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Catherine's Home Page was Catherine Boone's personal site, when she was a senior at CalTech. It included information about her friends as well as her fan interests.

On her website, Catherine included her war posts, fan fiction, and poetry. This was mostly Forever Knight related, with some Highlander stories and crossovers between the two shows.

Fan Fiction on the Site

The following Forever Knight stories and poems were archived:

  • "Bye, Bye, Schanke"
  • "Coming Across"
  • "The Chains of Faith"
  • "Crossover Nonsense"
  • "Hotel California"
  • "A Lacroixian Soliloquy"
  • "My Soul To Keep"
  • "Never and Forever"
  • "Nevermore"
  • "One Man's Freedom"
  • "Past Tense"
  • "Swabbies!"
  • "Too Many Challenges"
  • "An Unexpected Circumstance"
  • "Vampiremaniacs"
  • "White Knight, Black Pawn"
  • "Who Wants To Live Forever?"

Crossovers (Methos/Natalie):

  • "When Day Breaks"
  • "Time To Spare"

Highlander fan fiction:

  • "Genesis"

Catherine also archived the posts that she made in Forever Knight Wars Four, Five, and Seven.

Site History

Catherine's Home Page was originally at http://www.cco.caltech.edu/~catheboo/mosaic.html. The site was first archived by the Wayback Machine in 1997. However, it presumably existed at least a year earlier, since a note at the top of the main page describes it as "new and improved", adding that she had "actually got around to fixing it for the first time in about a year".[1] The site is last recorded by the Wayback Machine in 1999. Since it is a university-based site, it was probably taken down after she left CalTech.

The archived copy lacks the background graphic on the main page, making it difficult to read. However, most of the stories have been preserved (and those that are missing are available elsewhere).