Author has written 11 stories for StarTrek: The Original Series, and Star Trek: 2009.
I'm a middle-aged woman who's loved Mr. Spock since I was 11.
I have a chronic illness, which limits my ability to do things. Some days, my illness limits me a little; other days, it limits me a lot. I do intend to finish all of the stories I've started, and I do intend to answer some of the comments on my stories. Because of my illness, I can't always do so as quickly as I would like, however. I apologize to anyone I've disappointed.
My Star-Trek-related fan fiction tends to be of two types: 1) Fairly mainstream stories about Star Trek, and 2) Strange, violent, and intense semi-erotica. If you've read Type 1, be cautious about reading Type 2; they are really NOT very similar. :-) (See below for categorizations.)
I've written non-fandom-related erotica under other names; most of my stories are about using intense BDSM as a tool to open people up emotionally. My stories are usually about the emotional context rather than the action, so they're almost never considered "hot." I'm sorry about that, but my mind works the way it works. :-)
Mainstream Star Trek stories
An Embarrassing Savior -- A mainstream adventure tale with only friendship. WIP (Work in Progress)
Timelines Try to Repair Themselves -- I "fix" reboot Jim to make him more Kirkian
Fluffy and/or Mostly Dialogue and/or Gimmicky Star Trek stories
Amanda Enlightens Jim -- A cute little pre-slash story for K/S slashers
Expressed DNA -- A fluffy little meditation on Spock's hybrid nature, featuring Kirk, McCoy, Chapel, and M'Benga
Reining In McCoy -- What I think Kirk should do about McCoy :-)
Implications of Known Facts -- Fangirlishness about Spock, through Uhura's eyes
A Logical Form of Relationship -- A short piece for slashers
BDSM-oriented Star Trek stories (NOT for everybody)
Whipping Boy -- What else was in the "evil" Kirk during "The Enemy Within"? How does Spock deal with Kirk's less socially-acceptable qualities? How does Spock help Kirk accept this side of himself and even use the opportunity to bring them closer together? (This is one of the best things I've done but features intense BDSM and sadistic Kirk/submissive Spock and is definitely not for everybody.)
The BDSM Photography Project (available at AO3) -- A RPF story featuring Leonard Nimoy and the reader. There's no sex in this story, but there is a moderately intense BDSM scene. This is probably the best thing I've ever done, but it's very definitely not for everybody. :-)
Trust and Control -- Spock and Uhura have a D/S relationship. WIP
The Price of Admission -- A het pon farr story with a female OC, featuring violence and pain. Not for everybody. (I wrote this story before I'd ever read any Star Trek fan fiction. It was writing this and thinking, "Now that I've written this thing, what the heck do I DO with it" that led me to the fanfic community. I'm still finding my way into that community, so if there are places you think I should check out, please do feel free to suggest them!)
Mistakes to Avoid When Writing TOS -- Exactly what the title says, this essay is intended to be helpful, not prescriptive. You can do anything you want in fan fiction -- that's part of the goal and the glory of fanfic -- but if you actually want to get your TOS trivia correct, here are some commonly made mistakes that you might wish to avoid.