Author has written 90 stories for Star Trek: 2009.
Profile Update: New novel-length story in "The Basics of Primary Ed." 'verse
Set five years after the end of "Learning As We Go", "Becoming Our Own" follows the more established family of Leonard, Jim, and 11-year-old Joanna. This story will weave together some of the Request Fills that have been written, and introduce some new challenges and opportunities as they continue to make their own path as a family.
It is available here, and I'm posting fairly regularly. If you read and enjoyed the first two main stories, I hope you'll give this one a try! As always, I'm interested in hearing what you have to say. Please feel free to drop me a line if you have any suggestions or comments!
Okay, so I am totally re-purposing my Livejournal introductory post for here, because, hey, why reinvent the wheel? Also, I'm too lazy to write something completely new. If you'd care to visit my LJ, please feel free: .
I am a proud Trekker, and have been since I was about three -- a very long time. I am currently in love with ST XI, the characters, their stories, and the stories some writers have made for them. I love reading all kinds of fanfiction; gen, slash, friendship, AU, pretty much anything, any rating, and nearly any pairing -- though I am VERY partial to Kirk/McCoy. The dynamics of that relationship, real or imagined, fascinate me.
I've filled some prompts on the old (and new) Star Trek memes. Hopefully my writing will evolve and become as rich and full as some of the wonderful examples I've come across. To that end, if you happen upon one of my stories, feel free to critique away. I am well aware of my limits when it comes to my writing -- it can be static, two dimensional and flat. I greatly appreciate all suggestions and observations.
Some other fandoms I like to read are Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Criminal Minds, pretty much all the other Star Treks (except DS9, I never really got into that), and I'm just starting to get into Heroes (tv show...I don't know enough about any of the characters to appreciate the fiction yet).
I know, I know...could I be a bigger dork? Probably not.
I am totally okay with that.