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Title: The Right Path Might Be the One Previously Travelled
Author: [ profile] idea_of_sarcasm
Fandom: Star Trek (2009)
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Implied death of a non-canon character
Prompt: It's not bad to say: My work is not what I really want, I'm capable of doing something bigger. Or I'm a person who needs love, and I'm doing without it. What's terrible is to pretend that the second-rate is the first-rate. To pretend that you don't need love when you do; or you like your work when you know quite well you're capable of better. -- Doris Lessing (born October 22, 1919), Nobel-prize-winning Zimbabwean-British author. She is the oldest person to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. She has been given the Order of the Companions of Honour (established for outstanding achievements in the arts, literature, music, science, politics, industry or religion) and the Order of the British Empire.
Summary: It's not that Christine doesn't like her life, it's not that it's not a worthy one, but in little flashes she is coming to realize that it's not for her
Author's Notes: I'm still scared of sharing any Star Trek fic that isn't anonymous. Written for [ profile] femgenficathon 2009. I fully intended on focusing on a Harry Potter character, but for some reason this grasped me instead.

Always be a first rate version of yourself, not a second rate version of somebody else )
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Title: Things Unsaid
Author: [ profile] idea_of_sarcasm
Rating: PG
Characters/Pairings: Spock; Spock/Uhura; Kirk, Sarek, Amanda, McCoy
Summary: Four times Spock couldn't say 'I love you', one time he tried (and one time he did)
Author's Notes: I thought I could stay anonymous. I learned I rather suck at it. I have this weird thing where I *like* replying to comments. Written originally for the [ profile] st_xi_kink meme for the prompt here: Spock/Anyone, Five ways Spock says 'I love you' through technical terms. Writing in the new fandom makes me nervous, eep.

Things Unsaid )


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