Date: 12/05/2013 3:05 PM Title: Diplomatic Relations
NNNNNOOOOO! You are evil!
Whats happening? Where are they? How can you sleep at night KNOWING you have left us hanging on a cliff by our finger nails !?!
Dont you love us anymore?
I ADORE this story! Please finish it and put me out of my misery!
I sleep with the help of powerful drugs, thanks. :)
Date: 12/05/2013 1:58 PM Title: What the Heart Wants
I like the fact that even though you don't rework the television episodes that you use exactly, you do throw in some of the familiar lines in the story. That just makes it friendlier to me somehow. I'm always happy to see you update anyway since that gives me an excuse to reread your stories again, not that I really need one :)
Thanks. I do like to get the 'flavor' of the episodes into my recreations, without simply re-telling them word for word, which isn't fair to the original author and doesn't create anything new for the reader.
Date: 12/05/2013 1:52 PM Title: Diplomatic Relations
Hooray, an update! Guess you never do forget any of your stories, no matter how long it's been lol. Wow, that was a shocker! A little bird told me there might also be an update to The Sensitive. Updates are the best Christmas presents ever. Since all of my assumptions about how this story will go just flew out the window, I'll be waiting on tenterhooks for the next chapter. Great to see you getting active again. Hopefully this means life isn't as busy anymore :)
Date: 12/05/2013 8:20 AM Title: Diplomatic Relations
What a terrible tragedy! I was really sad to read that Sulu was a spy for FitzWalter. I liked Sulu a lot and hoped he would stand by Jim.
However, Jim, Spock and Chekov vanishing into thin air was a very exciting turn of the plot. I wonder where they are?
Date: 12/05/2013 2:04 AM Title: Diplomatic Relations
Ooooh what an intriguing development! Although I rather suspect they're not going to get much peace as long as FitzWalter and George and Winona are around to cause trouble...
I love that Chekov's with them, a fab trio.
Date: 12/04/2013 10:02 PM Title: Diplomatic Relations
Oh, you are back and it the plottiest way...Welcome back, you've been missed.
I wonder what they're going to do and how they're going to make certain people pay? mystery abounds, I'm sad Sulu had to die to advance the plot but it had to be something significant in order for Jim to reach critical mass, I guess, and that was certainly significant.
Date: 12/04/2013 4:13 PM Title: Diplomatic Relations
Ok - I'll wait with baited breath, because I CANNOT guess what sort of twisted goodie you have come up with. Hurry please - it's almost 25 degrees below C. with the wind here and so I can't even (or at least don't want to) go outside and work off some of the anticipation.
Actually, I was thinking of updating one of my porniest pieces, The Sensitive. Would that help?
Date: 12/04/2013 3:00 PM Title: Diplomatic Relations
I'm not pissed at you, though I want to smack Sulu for not telling Jim what was going on once he figured out Jim could be trusted. It was such a waste. But it did what you wanted and is a great plot mover. Loved it and hated it, but it was great.
Date: 12/04/2013 2:48 PM Title: Diplomatic Relations
Damn. I mean, Zulu did what he thought he had to, but damn. What a shitty way to die and probably for nothing. FitzWalter probably murdered Sulu's family way before he even planted the bomb. I'm very pleased that Spock got Jim to at least start healing and I'm very happy Chekov is not up to something malicious. But what is the plan he hatched? Loved this chapter, even though I wanted to throw something because of Sulu's betrayal. Will beg and grovel for more!
Love and cherries,
I knew people would be pissed about Sulu, but I needed something big to get Jim to break away, and I wanted a betrayal that he would have to overcome and learn to turst Spock again.
Date: 12/02/2013 10:43 AM Title: What the Heart Wants
So sad. Loved this chapter! Will beg and grovel for more!
Love and cherries,
Yes, poor Jim. I need to go write somethign where he gets instant gratification. This slow build-up is going to kill me.