|Mel(issa Jo) Puzio|
|Pen names||Cousin Mel|
|Born||13 April 1974|
|(archived) Official website|
Melissa (or Mel) Puzio is an author of Forever Knight fan fiction, and used to have both personal and general FK fan sites (though these are no longer on the web).
- For an alphabetic list of stories by this author, please see Category:Works by Melissa Puzio.
- The Alina Stories:
- "Urs's Big Idea" (13 March 1996)
- "To Pluck or not to Pluck, That is the Question" (25 March 1996) - A response to Susan Schafer's Eyebrow Challenge.
- "Alina's SKL Questionnaire" - Long ago there was an online club, SKL, Saturday Knight Live, for us perverted wimmenfolk. We did some questionnaires our favorite characters might answer. Here is Alina's.
- "The Quickie"
- "Ring Around the Rosies; a Pocketful of Posies"
- "Last Kiss" (1 November 1996) - An interlude story bridging scenes in "Ring Around the Rosies; a Pocketful of Posies".
- "Inside the Mind of a Child": A Forever Knight/La Femme Nikita crossover
- "Lonely is the Heart of the Hunter" - A post "Last Knight" story.
- "The Afternoon After" (5 April 1996) - A sequel to "Urs's Big Idea".
- "Death at Your Hand" (3 April 1996)
- "Hollywood Nunkies"
- "Interview With the Nightcrawler" - Inspired by Marcia Tucker's story "Conversations with Nicholas Knight".
- "The Misadventures of a Foolish Mortal" (1996)
- "The Raven's Revenge"
- "Stuck Between a Vampire and a Hard Place" - A sequel to "The Misadventures of a Foolish Mortal".
- "There's a Nightcrawler in my Bathtub" (1997)
At one time, Melissa had a website, Dark Dreamscapes (at http://www.fortunecity.com/lavendar/oldman/154/), which was a general vampire site but included her FK fan fiction. It is now in the Forever Knight Website Archive at http://www.foreverknight.org/DarkDreamscapes/.
Melissa also created The LaCroix Channel, a links page for fan sites focusing on LaCroix.
Subsquently, Melissa had a site, Mel's Domain, at http://melsdomain.50megs.com. This also doesn't exist anymore; but a partial copy of sections of it can be found on the Wayback Machine: