Tag Archive: science fiction

Testament: Part 6

“The shock of the meld left Spock lying awake for hours…”

Whimsical Wonders and Stellar Surprises: Mixing and Mingling with a Constellation of Fantasy and Sci-Fi Celebrities

“Little Drew Barrymore became a mini-superstar and a literally overnight sensation as she was sent on a whirlwind publicity tour around the globe…”

Testament: Part 5

“‘The girl’s performance was compromised. It may be that her family cannot afford to buy her a violin as fine as the one you destroyed. Does that mean nothing to you?'”

Rogue One: What We Lose When ‘Star Wars’ Goes to the Dark Side

“Rogue One isn’t just a different sort of story than the original Star Wars films, or even just a story in a different genre. It is a story set in a different moral universe…”

Christmas as Hosted by Spock: A Star Trek Fan-Fiction Story

“’The captain has invited me and Doctor McCoy for a private celebration on Christmas Day. However, as his quarters are no longer available, I offered my quarters…’”

“There’ll Be Whales Here!”: Star Trek IV-The Voyage Home-30 Years Later

“I think it brilliantly balanced the things I love best about Star Trek—characters and relationships, humor, adventure, and compelling commentary on important issues of our time…”

Testament: Part 4

“In his mind’s eye he saw the fragile little human his brother had married. How he had always disliked her and her halfbreed offspring…”

After Khan: A Star Trek Fan-Fiction Story

“I think the heart’s gone out of the ship today. You were my brother, Spock. And now – what? That’s it? You’re gone? Is that all that you were?”

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