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My stories:

Timeframe for all of my stories is the first five year mission.



Return to Tomorrow II

The story is a direct sequel to the Star Trek episode "Return to Tomorrow".
(12,067 words)

Thanks to Madlyn Cardwell and Randy Landers for proof-reading!
Special thanks to Gamin Davis, the best beta-reader I had so far.


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The Heart of the Enterprise - A Tribute to McCoy

McCoy died in a transporter accident. How does the crew deal with his loss?
(4,782 words)

Thanks to John Schulte (http://www.ussriverside.us) for proof-reading!


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Anzar

My first FanFiction...
Harmless freighters are boarded in the Anzar sector. The Enterprise - carrying a famous reporter aboard - investigates and discovers further implications… (17,554 words)

Thanks to John Schulte (http://www.ussriverside.us) for proof-reading!


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Stories by Sahsheer resp. by Mary R., Lynn S., Laurel R.:

I am very proud that Mary R., Lynn S. and Laurel R. agreed that I put their stories on this site. Mary R. and Lynn S. are also known as Sahsheer (sahsheer@hotmail.com). All three of them are writing Star Trek fan fiction for many years, sometimes all three togehter, sometimes only two of them. Most fortunately they still write. Their work belong to my all time favorites; I simply love their style of writing. Especially recommended are "The Tie That Binds", "End Game", "Betrayed" and "Unspoken Truths".

There are several older stories by Mary M., Lynn S. and Laurel R. that were published originally in zines. Some of them never appeared online and due to the early time in which there were written the original text file was lost.
To retrieve that stories (with the permission of the authors) I will try to scan the texts that I can find in my zine collection. Please note that I will put them here as pdf-files that take longer to load. PDF files are specially marked, all other links will lead to text-only files.

To Mary R., Lynn S. and Laurel R., I like to give my thanks for writing such wonderfull stories and for the permission to share your stories here with others!

Random Order!



The Tie That Binds

by Mary R. and Lynn S.
McCoy is dead, Spock is about to die. Aren't they? Set during the first five year mission. (180,199 words)


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End Game

by Mary R. and Lynn S.
A look at the ramifications -- physical, emotional and political -- of the events in "Amok Time." (70,463 words)


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Betrayed

by Mary R. and Lynn S.
"Betrayed" is about the friendship between Kirk, Spock and McCoy and how they work together to save McCoy. Betrayed was posted in a different version (shorter) on the net a few years ago. This is the published version in Orion Press. (Warning: Explicit violence) (491,292 words)


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Unspoken Truths

by Mary R. and Lynn S.
This TOS story is built within the framework of the episode, 'The Enterprise Incident'. The story attempts to answer the question of whether McCoy knew before the events happened of the sealed orders or just exactly when he found out. (96,134 words)


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Endings and Beginnings

by Mary R. and Lynn S.
This is a post ST V:The Final Frontier story (80,585 words)


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For the First Time

by Mary R. and Lynn S.
Post 'This Side of Paradise': Kirk is determined to ensure Spock is happy which complicates a computer seminar Spock is attending. (135,539 words)


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I've Always Known

by Mary R. and Lynn S.
Poetry, Post Generations (1,649 words)


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If Only

by Mary R. and Lynn S. Post Generations, Spock comes to see McCoy on Earth. (23,179 words)


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Not Light but Warmth

by Mary R. and Lynn S.
A look at the aftermath of the "Journey to Babel" -- McCoy has done his medical magic. Sarek will live, as will Kirk, and all's right with their world. Or is it? Can a Vulcan first officer live with the fact that his captain risked life and his ship just to save the life of his friend's father? And can that captain live without his friend by his side? (191,888 words)


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The Beginning

by Mary R. and Lynn S.
Doctor Leonard McCoy joins the beleaguered crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise following its shakedown cruise to the edge of the galaxy.
This story can be found in printed form in ANTARES 14, ORION PRESS.
(99,856 words)


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Maze, Part 1-4

by Mary R. and Lynn S.
Kirk has to find a way through a maze, over and over again while McCoy and Spock have to suffer in their own way.
Not (yet) finished. (52,161 words)


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Refusion

by Mary M. (PDF file, 275 KB)
Origin: Vault of Tomorrow 8, published 1985, 5 pages


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In the Silence of the Sea-Wind Dawn

by Lynn S., Laurel R. (PDF file, 161 KB)

Origin: Vault of Tomorrow 8, published 1985, 4 pages


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Different Reality

by Mary R. and Lynn S. (PDF file, 4.663 KB)

Origin: Mind Meld VII, published 1992, 72 pages


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Life's Final Star

by Lynn S. and Laurel R. (PDF file, 2,179 KB)

Origin: Vault of Tomorrow 1984, 33 pages


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Recommendations:

Since there are so many stories available on the internet I decided to recommend some authors. Originally I intended to recommend stories but often there is more than one good handiwork by one author.

When I didn't include a link there is usually more than one source available (e.g. story archives, changing links etc.). Using Google or similar search engines should allow a quick find in this case.


Order randomly!



  • Nesabj
    Even if I should repeat myself: I loved nearly everything by Nesabj since the stories are centred on friendship and give proof of an excellent style of writing. Unfortunately there won't be most likely no new stories but Nesabj's webpage offers a lot of real good stuff.

  • Laurie D. Haynes
    e.g. "Going Home Again", "The Abduction", "Neural Necay"
    Also stories about friendship, very good style and plot.

  • www.scotpress.co.uk
    with stories by
    Janet Quarton, Sheila Clark, Valerie Piacentini und Shirley Buck
    Very large story archive, the stories were mostly written by Sheila Clark and Valerie Piacentini. In all not completely my taste but the ScoTpress contains stories I like to recommend ("Ara", "To Catch A Butterfly", "Wine of Calvoro", "The Storm" and a lot more).

  • Mary R. & Lynn S.
    see above!

  • Istannor/Sydvick e.g. "Precious Water", "Doctor's Logs"
    Very good style of writing but Istannor aka Sydvick has his/her own "canon" and a partly very own opinion about Star Trek history and characters. Some stories are slash. That's why limited recommendation only although the writing style is partly brilliant.

  • UKJess/Jess in UK aka Alex Blakeney
    e.g. "Lost and Found"
    There aren't that many stories from UKJEss but among the few are some of the most impressive I have ever read (e.g. "Lost and Found", "Fortune's Favoured Child"). UKJess writes slash, too.
    In older zines she worte stories as "Alex Blakeney".

  • Ginna LaCroix
    Author with a very good style of writing but with nothing online (if anyone found something in the internet, I would be pleased to add the information here!). Plenty of stories can be found in FanZines (e.g. Vault of Tomorrow and many more).

  • KCS
    Author that I discovered only recently (2011) and I haven't read everything yet. KCS's style is pretty nice though, so take a look :-)

  • Story Gardener
    Another Author that I discovered recently (2011). As of yet, the author has written 6 TOS stories and all are high quality. Highly recommended.

  • ... to be continued - I will add further stories to the list and I would also be glad to put stories here directly when the author would contact me.