Date: 07/14/2018 12:34 AM Title: Chapter 1
Its hard reading but the great thing about your writing is how you capture real world
issues. This kind of thing happens all the time and goes under the radar because people can’t access the corridors of power.
I wish you well on your faith exploration and in your internship ventures.
Date: 04/05/2018 8:08 PM Title: Chapter 22
This is just heartbreaking. I’m starting to hate Vulcans. The lack of concern and caring displayed to someone who helped save what’s left of their people is—I have no words. Someone needs to help Spock and his father, but no help seems to be coming.
Date: 03/31/2018 4:28 PM Title: Chapter 1
I appreciate the realities especially the issue of finances and carer availability. So many in this situation seem to think the partner or family must drop everything but do not consider support or finances. I wonder a lot about hoe starfleet is portrayed But then that parallels the reality for ex army personnel And the huge reliance on charities to assis
This must be a very difficult fic to write and I assume that you have first hand knowledge of these traumas and setbacks. Your writing is on a tight string with the tension that at some point a dam will break but when?
Date: 02/28/2018 5:59 PM Title: Chapter 1
All updates no matter the delay are worth it. I also like the realistic approach to difficult situations and it would not do servicepersons’ journeys justice to take a paltry few chapters to cover what takes years of effort to achieve in terms of mental and physical rehabilitation
Date: 11/16/2017 10:09 PM Title: Chapter 1
A striking idea to make the famous shirt villainous! You have ended on a note here that gives us something to hang on to just like Jim. I hope that they can find something that will help Spock’s immunity improve. I like your Sarek it’s good sometimes to see compassionate kind Sarek.