Date: 24 May 2015 15:06 Title: Spock
that was quite extraordinary, very uplifting throughout the ficlets and whilst there was an expectation that Spock's -let's not call it kindness since he may not appreciate that term- but Spock's thoughtfulness and attention to detail would be repaid in kind. I love how the crew do indeed return the kindness, but the real surprise is how they collude together and do so to great effect and in something so very, very Vulcan. Wonderful. Heart-warming. Lovely. Thank you for the ficlets and it has been a joy discovering your writing through the Ficlet challenge Zilley.
Date: 23 May 2015 13:11 Title: Sulu
Just loved this. The nature of Spock's conflicted nature and his own 'cross-breeding' and the clear subtext to it all and how deftly Sulu manages it. Works wonderfully and I really liked this a lot. A WHOLE lot.
Date: 22 May 2015 15:09 Title: Sulu
I love this, particularly since the Amanda of my own stories is a gardener. As ever, your Spock is both thoughtful and considerate of others' feelings, however illogical he might claim to find them. And I am glad that Sulu reassured Spock about the advantages of crossbreeding.
Date: 21 May 2015 23:19 Title: Chekov
That was awesome. Really it was. AND yes, I can buy Spock as the best present giver ever. (which all makes me meta think about Big Bang Theory and Leonard Nimoy napkins). Brilliant and everything Chekov is adorable and fitting. The coder and prankster and game loving guy.
Date: 21 May 2015 12:22 Title: Chekov
It IS the perfect gift!
Funny that you should write Spock as (in a way) a perfect gift giver. I write a fairly controlled human character, Malcolm Reed, as having a similar talent. It's born from close observation, as I imagine Spock's gift was.
Well done, and extremely thoughtful.
PS The formatting is fine.
Date: 20 May 2015 21:21 Title: Scotty
I've been reading through these little vignettes and enjoying them. You have a good handle on the characters and have put them in interesting situations that display their special friendship. Well written. I'm looking forward to more.
Date: 19 May 2015 14:16 Title: McCoy
I love that McCoy kind of one-upped him here. But I do confess I saw the planet's name and thought of the word tsuris. The Google definition, I might add, is kind of tame. I recall a far earthier definition.
But! Back to Spock and friends. He may not want to admit it, but they all really care for him. And he does right back. They are important to him in a way that he often seems to deny but they are important all the same.