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7th-May-2016 01:14 pm - Fic: and it all comes back to you
saturnofthemoon: And it all comes back to you. (Christine Spock)
Title: and it all comes back to you
Author: [archiveofourown.org profile] persephones_keeper
Fandom Star Trek: The Original Series
Characters Christine Chapel, Saavik, Spock; Spock/Chapel
Rating: M
Wordcount 6824
Summary: On Spock, Chapel, and missed chances.

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9th-Mar-2011 04:47 pm - [fic] Mesuvulaya [Star Trek: TOS, Saavik, g] 1/1
medie: Kara Zor-El and J'onn J'onzz (in unshifted form) flying (trek - tos - Admiral Saavik)
Title: Mesuvulaya
Spoilers: None
Rating: g
Word count: 1575
Note: Inspired by [livejournal.com profile] mtgat's prompt of Saavik: Walking on the water, walking on the air for International Women's Day. Title comes from the Vulcan Language Dictionary meaning 'transformation'.
Summary: She has not told her children of her youth—not even her son, a grown man likely aware of it anyway—but the story is always there at the edges of her thoughts.

Mesuvulaya
12th-Apr-2010 03:13 pm - Fic: Aftermaths of bravery
Title Aftermaths of bravery
Author [livejournal.com profile] kradie
Beta [livejournal.com profile] cicero_drayon
Pairing Spock/Saavik, one very vague mention of Kirk/Spock
Rating/warnings R. Mention of dub-con
Spoilers The Search for Spock
Word count 2669
Disclaimer I don’t own Star Trek. Fancy that.
Summary When Genesis has been destroyed, the fal-tor-pan has been performed and everything should be over, McCoy finds out that there is still something amiss.
Comments Ever since I saw The Search for Spock the first time, I’ve always found myself coming back to the pon farr scene - it's depicted as such an easy thing which just happens and then is out of the world, but that cannot be the case. This fic is how these ponderings manifested themselves.

Aftermaths of bravery
13th-Dec-2009 11:14 pm - zomg icons.
Erm... so I made icons. Like, a lot of them. I didn't mean to, exactly? I mean, I did. Kinda. It started off with "I have these Number One icons leftover from a custom batch for someone, and I should do some more icons to make a proper icon post" and then this happened. For context, it started happening about 12 hours ago, and then just kept happening every few hours until, well... THIS.

Samples:


ETA: also, if you'd like a caption on any one of these, let me know. I was originally going to do text, and realised the images spoke for themselves in most cases...

Awesome Chicks of Awesome. )
1st-Dec-2009 09:37 pm - Ficlet: As it Should Be | STXI | Saavik | PG | 1/1
Title: As it Should Be
Fandom: Star Trek XI
Character: Saavik
Rating: PG
Word Count: 175
Prompt: For the latest Drabblefest at [livejournal.com profile] where_no_woman: 45) (Your scientists) were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.
Summary: Saavik contemplates a wrong made right.
Disclaimer: I own nothing. Nada. Zip.
Author's Notes: This is set in my Daughters and Sons series.
1st-Nov-2009 09:58 pm - Ficlet: No Sacrifice | STXI | Saavik/David | PG | 1/1
Title: No Sacrifice
Fandom: Star Trek XI
Pairing: Saavik/David
Rating: PG
Word Count: 709
Prompt: For last month's Drabblefest at [livejournal.com profile] where_no_woman: 29. "Many of the most terrifying moments of my life never happened." --Jan Haag
Summary: In another reality, things were different.
Disclaimer: Paramount and CBS own everything. I own nothing. Darnit!
Author's Notes: I can't believe I forgot to repost this. *facepalm* First Saavik fic I've written in a LONG time, and part of my "Daughters and Sons" 'verse, of which this is the first officially posted piece.
1st-Nov-2009 05:24 pm - Holding a Drabblefest on the Back of a Turtle
These prompts are quotes from Terry Pratchett's Discworld series, since [livejournal.com profile] boosette done gone and nabbed the Halloweeny theme; but you don't need to be familiar with that canon to understand the prompts or participate in the challenge. Crossovers would be welcome, but they are certainly not required. As always, you should use the prompts as loosely and freely as you desire. There is no requirement to include the quotation in your story. Rules are below.

1) Prompts are not exclusive. There is no limit on the number of people who may write about a prompt, and there is no need to claim prompts.

2) Post responses in the comments and include the lead character and your prompt in the subject line. If you choose a long prompt, you may use just the first few words.

3) Responses may be any length from a proper 100-word drabble to a multi-chapter epic. If the story is too long for comments, you may post it elsewhere and comment with the link.

4) There is no time limit for this challenge. I will return to index the responses in a week or so.

5) Please leave feedback, respond to feedback, and pimp this post around.

6) If your response is rated NC-17 or would require a content warning (for rape, graphic violence, etc.), you may post it in the comments here but you must include the relevant rating or warning in the subject line.

32 quotes )
18th-Oct-2009 07:08 pm - Spooks and Spiders and Things that go Bump in the Night Drabblefest!
ext_115: great white shark looking over several small fish with an intelligently hungry gleam in its eye (abc | trick or treat)
Because it is Midnight in London. (WAY TO GO THERE GMT!)

This drabblefest is ALL about the Best Holiday Ever: Halloween! Three different types of prompt (poetry, quotation, words and phrases) in sets of thirteen.

It is also probably a good idea to mention that while the Best Holiday Ever inspired the prompt set, inclusion of the Best Holiday Ever is not by any means a requirement for this episode of Drabblefest: All drabbles are good drabbles!


1) Prompts are not exclusive. There is no limit on the number of people who may write about a prompt, and there is no need to claim prompts.

2) Post responses in the comments and include the lead character and your prompt in the subject line. If you choose a long prompt, you may use just the first few words.

3) Responses may be any length from a proper 100-word drabble to a multi-chapter epic. If the story is too long for comments, you may post it elsewhere and comment with the link.

4) There is no time limit for this challenge. I will return to index the responses in a week or so.

5) Please leave feedback, respond to feedback, and pimp this post around.

6) If your response is rated NC-17 or would require a content warning (for rape, graphic violence, etc.), you may post it in the comments here but you must include the relevant rating or warning in the subject line. (Rule Six is mandatory, guys!) [see moderators' note]


Thrice Thirteen Prompts and a Happy Halloween! )
5th-Oct-2009 07:20 am - On the drabble fest again
What better way to celebrate our adventurous women than with a selection of quotations about travel? These are all the quotes I wrote for inspiration on the inside covers of my very first travel journal, and I hope they are equally inspiring for you. As always, take them in whatever way interests you - not every story you write has to be about travel.

The rules are probably quite familiar by now, but here they are anyway:

1) Prompts are not exclusive. There is no limit on the number of people who may write about a prompt, and there is no need to claim prompts.

2) Post responses in the comments and include the lead character and your prompt in the subject line. If you choose a long prompt, you may use just the first few words.

3) Responses may be any length from a proper 100-word drabble to a multi-chapter epic. If the story is too long for comments, you may post it elsewhere and comment with the link.

4) There is no time limit for this challenge. I will return to index the responses in a week or so.

5) Please leave feedback, respond to feedback, and pimp this post around.

6) If your response is rated NC-17 or would require a content warning (for rape, graphic violence, etc.), you may post it in the comments here but you must include the relevant rating or warning in the subject line.

ETA: Responses indexed as of 10/18/09
Thirty prompts under the cut )
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