Author has written 15 stories for Superman, and Star Trek: 2009.
"Since my customary farewell would appear oddly self-serving, I shall simply say 'Good luck'." --Spock
R.I.P. Mr. Nimoy (1931-2015)
I'm a young woman from the Boston, Massachusetts area who found this site through a link in a thread on bluetights.net. I really enjoyed the stories I read here, however, it wasn't until I finally had an idea for a story of my own that I decided to join. I'm a TV and movie buff with an obsession with all things Superman and Star Trek:2009 (What can I say? I have a thing for alien men who have trouble finding their place in the world. Guess I'm just weird like that). Other than that I don't have too much to add except that I hope you like my work and keep coming back for more as I intend to post plenty and as often as the muses allow.
Also, I want and appreciate all constructive criticism, just be sure and be kind about it. Being mean never got anybody anywhere. Thanks =D
A brief word regarding the icons and pictures of my Star Trek stories:
The icons of the young S'chn T'gai kids were all done by Linstock. She took the project on all on her own and did a great job = D To see the larger version of the icons and to check out her other Spock/Uhura work go to Deviantart DOT com and type in Linstock.
The icons of the kids as adults were done by KatiaSwift. We worked together on the project--and by we I mean 95% her because we all know I can't photo manip to save my life (although I did have some input on what pictures to use). They also came out really well and I'm very excited to debut them. To check out more of her work also go to Deviantart DOT com and type in KatiaSwift.
Thanks again, ladies, for helping bring my characters to life! I love everything you've done!
Regarding "S'chn T'gai Family Drabbles" chapters 13 and 14: In case anyone saw my author's note and was wondering about the origin of these chapters...well. In the summer of 2011 I very nearly lost my maternal grandmother, who I've lived with all my life. It all happened very quickly--one minute she was fine, the next she wasn't--and she spent about a month in the hospital and another month in rehab before being released back home with us where she belongs. Meanwhile my paternal grandmother's health also started to decline. The T'Pau chapters came about as a result of that tumultuous time and as sad as it was to write it was also very cathartic. I hope you understand.
And now a little something to make you chuckle (from Lenaellsi's "The Days After"--definitely check it out!):
Jim: "Yep. You two were epic bros in his time, bitching across the universe--"
Bones: "Oh my G-d, shut up-"
Jim: "Boldly sassing where no one had sassed before--"
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