Author has written 9 stories for Star Trek: 2009, StarTrek: The Original Series, and Endeavour.
Thanks to everyone for your interest and kind reviews. I enjoy history, art and sociology, modern literary fiction, Regency romances, Victorian-era and 20th/21st century literature from various countries, as well as genre fiction -- SF/F and romance, some mystery. I'm a big fan of the Nyota Uhura & Spock pairing in fan fiction, whether it is TOS or Star Trek:2009 (also described as the new Trek AOS). Presently, Endeavour drabbles (Morse/Monica Hicks), the S/U pairing & the Sulu fic are the only fan fiction that I write due to time constraints.
If you're interested in the chronology of Spock/Uhura stories posted here, it is as follows:Savages (complete). Mature rating. The Couch (some events concurrent with Savages; complete). Mature rating. Osmosis (complete; sequel forthcoming). Mature rating. Snow Leave (complete). Mature rating.
Please note that the timeline in these stories doesn't really relate to the timeline of "Star Trek: Into Darkness (STID)".Anniversary (completed stand-alone S/U story based on fanart "Yin and Yang" by linstock; not linked to any chronology) The stand-alone Lt. Hikaru Sulu fanfic story It's Not the Liquor Talking (WIP) takes place some time after STID, but is not linked to other stories although S/U and other Trek characters appear. Includes a deliberately ambiguous OC. Mature rating. TOS (The Original Series) Drabble: Unfastening (complete S/U drabble based on artist linstock's delightful altered image of Leonard Nimoy from the TV series 'Lock-Up' circa 1960. Imagine a young, sultry, long haired Spock in a leather jacket. To see the original image, visit the Spock/Uhura Live Journal community.)
Please note that most of these stories are rated mature, for adult readers. Warnings: purple prose, erotic content, whimsical moments, high flying romance, Emo!Spock, sweetness and fluff. Entertainment for women. This is a woman-friendly, Lt. Uhura-friendly and Monica Hicks-friendly space.
Real life has enough angst of its own; in my efforts to write fanfic I lean towards fluff and romance, with some subtle awareness of socioeconomic factors, ethnic/racial/class prejudice (because I must deal with it in real life as a Black American woman), & the things that may continue to divide (or to unite, let's be optimistic) people centuries from now. Let's keep working to make things better.
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