Date: 18 Jun 2013 17:10 Title: If
Blame the prophets if you want after rereading the Silence challenge entry I see this leaping out at me. Shows how you strive to make character continuity and development and do so with a light hand and don't ram it down the reader's throat. Very good way to approach things and again leads to the easy natural reading style of your writing.
Then we have St. Peter getting mad at Starfleet and even Seurer and herself too. There's a lot of anger to go about and maybe a lot of blame to go about. But at the end of the day it was a horror that befell Starfleet on that day - what else might have been done to have changed the outcome of that? I don;t think much could have. Anyway, really good to see your characters grappling with these issues post the event and so by default really good to see you write and handle things in this way.