Date: 12/05/2019 7:03 PM Title: Chapter 2
I was sorry to hear about DC Fontana. She gave a lot to the world.
i like this story a lot, for the things you said Fontana showed you. This is a a companion piece to a bigger story and it fills in blanks, adds backstory, and keeps people interested in reading. Like the first chapter, this one batters the readers feelings, but in a good way. Nice job with the shitty cousins' parents.
Date: 12/02/2019 9:03 AM Title: Chapter 1
I love your story......but you ended it too soon. There needs to be more....is there?
what happened after Little Spock was found? What happened with Kirk and Spock?
No need to fret, there's more on the way. Glad you're liking it. Thank you so much for reading.
Date: 12/01/2019 9:23 PM Title: Chapter 1
Loving this addition to your main story. You are so right about how cruel kids can be and how Spock's life might be. I like that Kirk is showing some empathy toward his poor first officer and realizes there is something more going on here. Hopefully more is coming? Hope his cousins get raked over the coals by someone, it sure won't be their parents.
More is on the way for this one and I'm glad that you're liking it. Thank you for reading.
Date: 11/30/2019 2:27 AM Title: Chapter 1
This piece kinda got to me in a way that I find hard to articulate. I've always loved Spock b/c he was an outsider, and that was a place where I found myself much of my childhood and even adulthood. Fortunately, I didn't manage to get myself locked in a shed in frigid weather, but I did get enough knocks to have struggled with PTSD which he is clearing exhibiting as well. Poor Spock. Children are soooo vulnerable.
Kids can be vicious little monsters, especially those who are raised by shit parents of Ben and Shelby's ilk. When this story was first coming together in my mind, I got to thinking about the Ray Bradbury short story All in a Summer's Day, and how ruthless children are to peers who don't toe their cookie-cutter, mainstream culture line. Spock got me through some tough times because I know what it's like to be the weird kid too. He also gave me the inspiration to think I could become more than the truck stop waitress people expected me to be.
Thank you so much for reading.
Date: 11/29/2019 12:05 AM Title: Chapter 1
From the Desk of That Guy Who Stole All Your Pens (and Your Lunch). . . I need this stationery right now! That aside, I'm liking this unexpected addition to your intenresting world. What a warning about not being able to chose who you're related to.
Thanks for reading and having a good time. Now that I think about it, I might have to make up some of Joe's letterhead for myself.