[Reviews - 28] LikedPrinter
Past Featured StorySummary: It went bang. Started as a one off ficlet, this story is my current Work-in-Progress and I'm quite excited about the possibilities. Unfortunately progress is slow due to RL and a wandering muse. Hopefully the patient will find an ending.
Rated: T
Categories: Original Series Characters: Ensemble Cast - TOS
Genre: Action/Adventure, Drama, Friendship, Mystery
Warnings: Adult Language, Adult Situations, Violence
Challenges: None
Series: None
Chapters: 9 Completed: No
Word count: 9487 Read: 18034
Published: 24 Mar 2009 Updated: 03 May 2010

1. It went bang by Gumnut [Reviews - 5] (495 words)

2. Moon by Gumnut [Reviews - 2] (400 words)

3. Whispers by Gumnut [Reviews - 2] (1266 words)

4. And flickering lights by Gumnut [Reviews - 2] (978 words)

5. Four whispers and a scream by Gumnut [Reviews - 5] Liked (1032 words)

6. Everything by Gumnut [Reviews - 5] (1353 words)
Many thanks to all of you who have continued to support me in writing this, particularly Steff. Unbeta-d, all mistakes are mine and I really hope I've got the physics right in this one. Written to the tune of the new ST movie trailer music...I love that dramatic stuff.

7. Permission by Gumnut [Reviews - 4] (1361 words)
Okay, this one went a little weird. The characters took me places I hadn't intended on going to yet. I'm innocent, blame them.

8. Survivors by Gumnut [Reviews - 1] (1319 words)
I'm finding this and the last chapter a little bitsy and not holding together very well as part of the whole. They are coming out more as individual scenes than a solid story. I may need to rewrite them in the future. Many thanks to all of you who have continued to support me in writing this, particularly Steff. Unbeta-d, all mistakes are mine.

9. Settlement by Gumnut [Reviews - 2] Liked (1283 words)
I am currently snowballed by a newborn and a toddler and desperately trying to do what little I can and my writing muscles are rusty. Consequently, this isn't my best and may be rewritten in the future. Many thanks to all of you who have continued to support me in writing this, particularly Steph. Thanks, as always to the wonderful Flatkatsi for the beta.