Date: 03/25/2015 5:13 AM Title: Alone
Poor Jim, and poor Spock if I'm honest! This will be such a huge heartbreaking hyrdle to overcome for the both of them. What I don't get though is why Amanda did not get Jim into therapy ASAP once he came to live with them? Either way, I cannot wait to read more of this fic! ;o)
Date: 05/26/2014 8:26 AM Title: Alone
I just found the second part to your other story "Looking for Shooting Stars" and I see you only have just 2 chapters and I am anxious to see where the story goes from here. I do hope that you will be posting again soon. I was also wondering if you were going to have Winona meet up with Jim, Spock and his new family. I would dearly love to see how that would turn out or if Winona finally found any remorse for the way she has treated Jim. Well I will have to wait and see how you take this story so hopefully we will see an update sooner then before.
Date: 04/03/2014 6:15 PM Title: Prologue
Oh poor Jim! Love a dark, angsty ride. This has promise although I will say straight up, what continues to detract from the quality of this story is the severe over-use of profanity in the narrative as well as Jim's constant refering to the man he loves as a "Vulcan bastard". Shrugs...write what you want, but I'll probaby just end up skimming the story after its done cause I hate to see a writer sabatoging thier own story that way.
Date: 04/03/2014 11:25 AM Title: Alone
I'm SO SO SO happy that you're still working on this story!! I was glued to "Looking For Shooting Stars" and this one so far is shaping up to be even better! So if you ever think about quitting this story - please remember that there is at least one person who is holding their breath for every update!!!
Date: 12/06/2013 3:48 PM Title: Prologue
Dude you totally have to keep writing this!
I saw your note about not knowing how to end it and resolve things because they're still unresolved in your own life. Firstly, you are brave to confront and process these things. Go girl! Secondly, I know I use writing fiction to work things out and to experiment with stuff I might never be game enough to try in real life... or to convince myself that yes, dammit, I can do it. I wonder whether writing this story might function that way for you? And lastly, be assured that you don't have to have everything sorted *bingo* like that. If there's anything i've learned from my own years in therapy, it's that serious shit from childhood is something I resolve, and then resolve again and then resolve again... hopefully getting stronger each time. The point is, it's a process. And a process that is greatly aided by the staunch support of friends who remind me that no matter what I am a good and worthwhile person, even if I don'talways believe or am able to see it.
So - whatever you need to do, you can do it. And if you ever ask yourself the questions I do (or presumably Jim does) then hold onto the fact that in writing what you do you help others - and that, my friend, is a concrete an undeniable evidence of your intrinsic worth and value.
I'm looking forward to seeing what journeys you take our boys on...
Date: 08/26/2013 12:31 AM Title: Prologue
I was not going to read this . but after finishing shooting stars of course I had to. It's a strong start to the story and I loved it. Especially the bits where I can see how their relationship has progressed (and where it hasn't...;-) ). Also liked the bit with Pike. The writing in itself is great, possible better than shooting stars. I can't believe I'm getting into a work-in-progress... Hope I don't get disappointed. I'll promise I'll review if you update. And, btw, I'm okay with the lighter tone but I'm also the last one to mind if you decide to lay the angst on thick. Thank you for writing this!
Date: 07/04/2013 2:23 AM Title: Prologue
:0 perhaps it is just me but there was no prologue or is the prologue a separate entirely from the story notes?
Okay, K/S Archive must be having major problems. I'm going to go fix both the epilogue and the prologue. Let me know later if you can't read them. Thanks. :)