Author has written 2 stories for StarTrek: The Next Generation, StarTrek: Other, and Andromeda.
I am a "Chocolate" lady, born The Year of Our Lord 1955 in the 11th month, on the 25th day. ( those good at math can figure out the age. . . ).
I'm an "Old Guard" Star Trek Fan, starting with the Original Series, to "Enterprise". I used to be very active in Trek related activities, writing, attending conventions, member of several clubs, pen pal clubs even publishing my own fanzine, etc. But, over the years my Trek activities had (sadly ) fallen by the wayside due to "The Job That Ate My Brain", and a plethora of distractions caused by life. But due to my rekindled interest in writing and reading fan fiction, I'm baaaccckkk!
Also, approximately a year ago I've become a rabid fan of "Keith Hamilton Cobb, who played the Uber Alpha Nietzschean ( that's "NEE-CHEE-AN" ) "Tyr Anasazi" ( that's TEAR like crying ) in ANDROMEDA! I became so smitten that I created a private fansite dedicated to him! I sent him an email telling him about the site, he signed on early one Saturday morning in April, scaring the heck out of one of my poor members. He later sent me an email that he was "very impressed" with the site! You know THAT email has been saved for posterity!
Since then I've met Keith in person on 12/04/2010 after an Off-Broadway play he was in named "Hapgood"! He still looks the same only with a lot less hair and he's a total sweet heart! Of course you know, I'm in love! Even though I know he doesn't even remember I exist anymore.
My interests/hobbies/pastimes are: writing ( blogging and fanfiction ) and written role playing games, running, race walking weight training ( amature power lifter ), reading, digital photography, computers ( GEEK! ), Star Trek, SG1, SG Atlantis, Redwall, playing the guitar ( badly ), singing ( like a frog ), I love animals especially "The Big Cats", and own two Human Fur Balls ( house cats who think they are Human ), politics and world affairs, last but not least I'm a sports buff, football, basketball, baseball, soccer and, yes, even auto racing. and I love the sound of Vuvuzelas for some reason. . . . . . . . .