Date: 03/04/2012 1:06 AM Title: Memories and Dreams
oh my gosh, my heart broke for Jim for his conversation with Mimi, you're terrible for making us all cry. I think Spock has learned his lesson, I think it's about time he's given a chance to make up for his mistakes.
He'll get a chance. I promise.
Date: 03/04/2012 12:44 AM Title: Building a Life
About time for Spock..lol I love Sarek being there with Jim and Mimi, lol FX was just playing Star Trek from 3-6pm and I tuned in of course never can see that movie too many times, I loved it when he told spock he married her because he loved her (sigh) my heart broke for both of them in that moment.
Date: 03/04/2012 12:29 AM Title: Homesteading
You know when Trelane was first speaking to Jim and Spock when he had them in the room, it almost seemed as if he was taking revenge on Spock for the other Spock, since Selik pissed him off, but now it seems he was just messing with him but still trying to help him out? I'm srsly wondering what he's up to...
I'm not sure even Trelane knows. I think he likes meddling for the sake of meddling.
Date: 03/03/2012 11:52 PM Title: Running for a Safe Haven
WOOT! again so glad for Selik, you know I think he's the best father figure for Jim, because Jim wanted one so badly...lol This is going to be a marathon reading^^ I'm planning on finishing this story tonight^^ you're the best^^ and I don't feel sorry for Spock at all
Date: 03/03/2012 10:32 PM Title: Four Years after the Flight
I had so much school work and my regular job I haven't had time to read, So I finally have a break and WOOT!!! So excited to see your work, I'm so behind so I'm gonna go read the rest of this story^^
Date: 02/27/2012 1:43 AM Title: A Safe Harbor
HIGHLY enjoyable story. The way you were able to make the actions of the character not in the least OCC, the dialogue and interactions (specifically between Jim, Spock and Uhura) so superbly done that I can't imagine how badly all of that could have been written with an author who lacked the maturity and knowledge of human psychology.
No, I didn't cry in any place because I didn't find it sufficently sad to evoke that kind of response, just very, very interesting and extremely good writing to allow us to feel compassion for Spock, even when his misery was self-caused. I also found it interesting and satisfying that Jim recognized what a huge mistake he would have made in denying Mimi's right to her life.
I hope the person who thought of the prompt got to read and enjoy this story. He or she is very lucky to have sparked the interest of a writer with the chops to not only take the story on, but write a fantastic, entertaining and thoughtful saga.
TYVM. You weren't obliged to cry; I just tease several of my regular readers because they're always accusing me of making them cry.
I did want people to feel sorry for SPock, even when he was being an ass--he's basically a good person, or we wouldn't love the character so much. he just made bad choices due to extraordinary circumstances.
Glad you like the fic. :)
Date: 02/25/2012 2:20 PM Title: A Safe Harbor
Pack, herd, gaggle, pride?... LMAO!!!
Even though I KNEW Jim was going to live and be okay in the end, you almost had me weeping during your descriptions of the attack, his disappearance and Spock and Mimi's reactions to his "death". My heart ached for them.
Mimi's idea to take her shoes off to be able to see her footprints to get back was amazing... of course, it IS Mimi, so I am not surprised... Also loved the doggy door in the wall.
The ending was TOO PERFECT!!! Trelane's suggestive remarks to Kirk and Spock about Mimi - not only are you The Queen of Cliffhangers, you are also The Queen of Foreshadowing... The End - for now... ROCKS!
I am torn as to whether this is my favorite CMM story, or the challange story Dress Rehearsal which you wrote for me... have a feeling I will never to be able to really decide.