Date: 05 Nov 2010 21:28 Title: Act 1, Unsung Heroes
Gads, now I'm blushing. I enjoyed the experience, and considering it is the longest work I have ever produced, I learned a great deal.
I look forward to reading about the continuing voyages of Enterprise HQ, the galaxy's struggle against the Borg, and MuSpace.
Date: 05 Nov 2010 18:48 Title: Act 2, part 1
Kaycee, this is simply one of the finest and most inspired pieces of fiction I have ever read. Congratulations!
Your Resurrection theme takes Unsung Heroes in entirely appropriate, believable but constantly surprising directions. You succeed in connecting the reader to Worf’s plight using some interwoven symbolism that operates on a profound but still personal level.
Your handling of the fairly complex technology you inherited from Unsung Heroes was performed extremely well including some technical extensions you came up with on your own. You’re installing adaptive quantum phase discriminators and calibrating phase tunneling beams with the best of us now!
I'm astounded at how well you managed the many threads to your story, how they came together to produce such as a satisfying ending, and yet how well you provided some excellent jumping off points for the next chapter. I would have liked to have known more about Francisco's tattoo, and his alleged branding as a traitor, but I guess I'll have to wait!
Congratulations again on a truly welcome addition to the Star Trek HQ universe!
Date: 05 Nov 2010 11:41 Title: Act 1, Unsung Heroes
Samuel: Thanks for your technical assistance - the technical manual was invaluable. For anyone who wants to contribute to this Round Robin, I suggest reading the Star Trek HQ series first. The writing was much easier after I read the first five well written installments. I also enjoyed my own story more.
Most of all,Sam, thanks for the editing and your undaunted patience!