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This A/U studies Paris and the people in his life, altered here by his meeting an unexpected mentor to him and B'Elanna.
|The Word Painter||An A/U in two timelines, the story of an away team who crash landed in an alien region is told by an aged woman who knew the survivors.|
down-on-his-luck pilot comes upon a boon he hadn't exactly planned
on, and a troubled engineer finds herself a new
Lullaby (file is html--PDF to be done)
Still (file is html--PDF to be done)
The "Lullaby Series" is an A/U where Tom and
B'Elanna came to know each other better during his stint in the Maquis, as
per Jeri Taylor's novel, Pathways. '
You know' details that time and its consequences. 'Lullaby' (written
first) and 'Still" sequel it.|
"Missing scenes" for Shattered: Seeing faces
from her past gather outside engineering, 26 year-old Naomi Wildman sees her
life pass before her eyes. |
An answer to the PTC challenge I happened by on ASC:
"Why did B'Elanna join the Academy?" |
A/U where there was no Array. It begins two weeks after
Janeway takes Voyager into the Badlands, and then 9, 18, and 30 months after
that time. |
A coda to 30 Days and Nothing Human, this story
looks at Tom's "trying not to think" and B'Elanna's "missing
him" times. |
|The Deltabury Tales.||
Chaucer spins in his grave with this General
Prologue parody In a nutshell, a |
|'Scape of the Core.||
"Rape of the Lock"
parody with B'Elanna in the part of Belinda. Tuvok tries to gracefully
explain to Janeway how an ambitious Harry Kim plotted with Seven to take
Voyager to transwarp to get Voyager home and earn another pip, and how
B'Elanna goes ballistic.
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