Author has written 71 stories for Man From UNCLE, StarTrek: The Original Series, and Star Trek: 2009.
Presently going up now "Summer of Love" -- this is a Spock Starfleet cadet era story. In the episode, The Apple, Spock seems to have a familiarity with counterculture, musicians, and 'jamming' sessions. Summer postulates where Spock might have gotten his 'jamming' experience.
For the AOS Spock/Uhura Series the story sequence is
Guess Who is Coming to Dinner
The Last Unicorn
What It's Like
For the TOS Holography series, most stories/ novels have a series number in the description.
Holo 0 are S/A before Spock goes to Fleet. this includes the novel Small Talk, the WIP Judgement of Solomon and a lot of little lighter stories.
Holo1 Spock leaves for Fleet
Holo2 Sarek loses it and this precipitates the 18 year "silence"
Holo 3 Sarek and Amanda reconcile after Holo 2, deal with a murder attempt, intermixed with the flashbacks to their meeting/courtship/marriage.
Holo 3 A, B, etc.all the little stories after Holo 3, and before the events of Amok Time, most pretty cutesy/light but also includes the survival novel "When the Winter Comes", and the WIP "The Visit"
Holo 4 The post Amok time scenario. .
Holo 5 the JTB scenario, specifically Heart Break. I keep meaning to put up Visit and Judgment before Heart Break, because the character development is sequential and related, but that never quite happened.
Post Heart Break is "Home is the Sailor" I suppose this is Holo6. I get a little lost in numbering by this point.
Holo 7/8 this includes a few novels never put up, (Cinderella/Sleeping Beauty) where S/A and Spock finally get through all the character development of the last novels, the events of JTB, and a real reconciliation in Sailor, and here become what I wanted them to be before Sarek stepped out of that shuttle onto the Enterprise that first time. I keep trying to get through all the stories that lead up to these before posting, (for one thing they reference past events) though I tend to get sidetracked with other things.
Reviewing completed stories is as important as ongoing ones, so please review. Fanfiction makes it very convenient, and you can review as a guest, without logging in or specifying a login choice - just type in guest or a guest name, and ignore the login options and type your comment. Thanks.
All stories are the property of the author, not to be reposted elsewhere or further distributed without permission of the author. This copyright is not intended to infringe on any copyrights held by Paramount or MGM, only to remind people to ask permission before reposting.