Date: 16 Nov 2009 02:09 Title: Chapter 1
Oooh, hooo, great take on the first chess game...where's the sequel???? I wanna see that look on Spock's face when Kirk surprises him a little :D
Kirk reading that book? ::grin:: As if it ever catered to Vulcan-Human relations. I love McCoy's solution.
Great read. Thanks for writing and sharing :D
(still at lunch, still at work)
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked this story. It was definitely a lot of fun to write. Sequel, huh? As a Vulcan once said, there are always possibilities...
Date: 15 Jun 2009 20:18 Title: Chapter 1
That was fun, like a light-hearted romp. You have the McCoy/Kirk thing down cold.I hope you will continue to explore the JJverse with these characters. I found myself smirking and smiling over the dialogue.
Author's Response: I'm glad you enjoyed this! I certainly had a lot of fun. As for continuing with this 'verse, I'm not sure I really have much of a choice at this point!
Date: 15 Jun 2009 17:29 Title: Chapter 1
Leave it to Bones to (however inadvertantly) recreate part of the Kirk/Spock friendship from the original timeline. Before you pointed it out, it had never occured to me that both men had lost a parent due to Nero's obsession (and I've seen the movie 3 times, too).
It will be interesting to see how their friendship will develop in the new timeline, seeing as so many of the experiences from the original continuity that bonded the two men have yet to happen, and now may never happen at all.
A humerous yet slightly somber piece of character analysis here. Thanks for posting it!
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it, but I have to say I am a little surprised you caught some somber overtones. I do think the two of them will eventually bond, becoming the friends they were meant to be--due to whatever experiences TPTB decide to give them.
Date: 15 Jun 2009 14:41 Title: Chapter 1
That was funny and kinda sweet. I particularly liked the 'how you usually make friends' bit of the dialogue, quite hilarious. It's a miracle this guy isn't the 23d century Dale Carnegie, I'd say his methods are way more effective. :D
Author's Response: I had a lot of fun with this one. I'm glad you enjoyed it as well.