Stories written by Marla:
Visitor written by Marla Read the reviews!
Saavik's asked permission for Valeris to tour the ship; her captain and first officer discuss their suspicions. First part of three.
Note: this story uses situations from Kerry's "Race of Cain" where Valeris (unknown to anyone but Cartwright) has sent forged letters ending Spock and Saavik's association and Saavik's transfer to Enterprise. It also uses "Truth or Dare", but changes the time period to before ST6, not after, plus a planned sequel to that story called "Game" where Saavik's crew plays "Truth or Dare" with Archernar.
. Hunter, Stuart, and the Aerfen are Vonda McIntrye's; Archernar is Carolyn Clowes; everything is Paramount's. ;)
Just A Typical Shoreleave written by Marla Read the reviews!
Inspired by the saying: There's the friends who bail you out of jail and the friends who are sitting in the cell with you.
Note: this story uses situations from Kerry's "Truth or Dare"
Dannan Stuart belongs to Vonda McIntrye
Stranger than Fiction written by Marla Read the reviews!
A bit of an AU to Kerry's Cain and other stories -- surprisingly, Saavik comes to the aid of someone spreading rumors about her in the crew, even though she must reveal something painful.
A Plot written by Marla Read the reviews!
One plot leads to another when Saavik's request for Sarek's help unexpectedly puts him at risk.
Note: This does not follow the situation established in Marla's "A Family Moment" and "Introduction".
Muddied Treasures written by Marla Read the reviews!
Teaching about other cultures can be difficult when the students are very young.
Note: Rrelthiz, her people, and her culture were created by A.C. Crispin for her short story "Just A Little Training Cruise", appearing in the "Enterprise Logs" anthology. The reference to Falor's Journey comes from the VOY episode "Innocence".
The Babysitter written by Marla Read the reviews!
A Starfleet officer faces a real challenge: watching Saavik and Spock's three children while they go out.
Setik, T'Kel, T'Pren, and Ko-kan belong to Kerry.
Quality Time written by Marla Read the reviews!
A tongue in cheek piece set after Spock and Saavik have been married for awhile. I had a big grin while reading it.
It's all dialogue and you'll have no trouble following it. It goes in order of Spock then Saavik then Spock then Saavik etc.
Story time written by Marla Read the reviews!
So many lessons are learned when Saavik tells her children a story. Such as how difficult it is to finish the story.
Note: This uses elements from Vulcan's Forge by Josepha Sherman and Susan Shwartz
Starcrossed written by Marla Read the reviews!
Ever since the Dominion War, the Federation has faced one conflict after another. Now with Romulan peace failing and a new battle on the horizon, a weary, hurt Saavik is threatened again.
"The Race of Cain: Wow! The story is amazing and well thought out. You capture the characters with amazing accuracy and your skill as a writer is very impressive." — Beth
"Mourning: There are no words...wonderfully done. Praise to you for this tasteful and touching piece. It brought tears to my eyes and amazement to my heart...your story filled in the blanks of how our beloved crew weathered what we all know would have been a devastating blow. Well done."- Kim
"Momisms: This is probably the funniest Star Trek story I've ever read. I just plain ADORE Amanda. And everyone else, as well. I laughed out loud the first time I read it, the second, the third... Walking on the pavement thinking about it... And hit myself in the head when I realised I hadn't told you yet how ruddy brilliant this thing is. Congratulations. Well done." - Ingvild
"What Good Came From It: Another stellar story by Kerjen! Death usually brings up such regrets. You have shown that, by pushing past pain and regrets, by bringing healing to one grieving party, you can bring healing to your own broken heart. A beautiful story, beautifully written." - Beth
"Evolution: Awesomely original concept, and very well-written. Thank you for sharing."- Onaleia
"May I Ask Why: Oh good God... This is absolutely adorable. The mastery of the dialogue, the spell of *intellectual* humor... Oh, dear, I laughed... thank you!" - Anna