Date: 06/22/2010 9:48 AM Title: 4- Introduction: Captain James T. Kirk
I just love this:
Any being claiming sentience can easily observe that he thrives in chaos. However, he is human, finite, mortal, and therefore limited.
Date: 06/22/2010 9:23 AM Title: 3- Introduction: Lt. Nyota Uhura
I have a great deal of fondness for our language, with all of its inherent strengths and flaws. This was a lovely installment, and now you've gotten me curious as to what 'Standard' sounds like!
Date: 06/22/2010 9:20 AM Title: 2- Introduction: Dr. Leonard McCoy
Very interesting take on McCoy's baiting. I'm thoroughly enjoying this piece!
Date: 06/21/2010 4:22 PM Title: 1- Introduction: Spock
Thank you for posting your work here too. "Observations" is quite an epic, and as the really good epics (the Odyssey etc.) it does not end on a "happily ever after" note. Actually, it doesn't end at all now that I think of it: the storytelling stops, but not the story. Just like life...
Date: 06/21/2010 8:46 AM Title: 1- Introduction: Spock
Oh this is GOOD, is there going to be more?
You've captured Spock's syntax and delivery so well, I'm really taken with this! Excellent as a stand-alone, and I'm not expecting a full blown story, but as a vignette this is wonderful stuff.
Date: 06/21/2010 7:04 AM Title: 1- Introduction: Spock
Oh my God.. I confess, to finally see your stories - and this one in particular - posted here on the Archive gives me thrills of pleasure. I had already left a comment on your journal when you posted the final chapters, but I'll never be tired of writing this: thank you so much for this gift. I honestly think that I'll never read anything who could compare to this work of art. The K/S fandom should be eternally grateful for having such an author.