star trek books


A coloration of @ionahi​‘s Spock
[and yes he is my favorite~]

“Being split in two halves is no theory with me, Doctor. I have a human half, you see, as well as an alien half, submerged, constantly at war with each other. Personal experience, Doctor. I survive it because my intelligence wins out over both, makes them live together. Your intelligence would enable you to survive as well.”

Star Trek?” I asked her. “Really?”
“What?” she demanded, bending unnaturally black eyebrows together.
“There are two kinds of people in the universe, Molly,” I said. “Star Trek fans and Star Wars fans. This is shocking.”
She sniffed. “This is the post-nerd-closet world, Harry. It’s okay to like both.”
“Blasphemy and lies,” I said.
—  Jim Butcher, Ghost Story

According to one of the books the reason chekov became chief of security in the movies is because he was rejected from command school for being too immature but he still wanted to be in charge of people so he went to security school instead


Just finished Ready Player One by Ernest Cline and absolutely LOVED it. 

Here is all the best fan art I could find!

Important note to fandoms

I’ve recently seen a lot of dumpster fires going around in a few fandoms I am in, mainly related to shipping. Star Wars and Once are the worst offenders right now. I wanted to write a post about my feelings on harmful Antis (People who actively attack others in a fandom who do not ship what they ship) and this is what I have to say to them:

Don’t ever think yourself so important that you alone have to protect people from their own imaginations. That is arrogance at it’s best, and dangerous at it’s worst. You do not own art, it’s interpretation, or value to other people. YOU DO NOT GET TO DECIDE WHAT IS OR IS NOT ‘RIGHT’ FOR ANOTHER PERSON. ESPECIALLY PEOPLE YOU HAVE NEVER MET!

If you are triggered by certain interpretations of art, you need to work to create a safe space, NOT the other people in a fandom. It is up to you, to take considerations to your mental and emotional health, not other fans.


If you are triggered by even the mention of something, then you have a serious condition and need to seek professional assistance because actively coming into a public space where your triggers are, is unhealthy as fuck behavior.

Now, don’t get me wrong. Everyone has a right to their opinion. You can believe someone’s ship or interpretation of a thing is fucked up, and have discussions but you do not own the right to say they cannot interpret a thing that way. You do not own fandom. No one does. Hell, as a writer I don’t get any say in how my work is seen. That is completely out of my hands. As it should be! My intention to the work can be considered by those who wish to consider it but it is not my job, even as the creator and author of the work, to determine how it is seen. It is up to the viewer and them alone because art is a personal experience. Every person has their own life, with wildly different experiences, and telling someone their interpretation of a piece of art is wrong, is telling that person their experiences are wrong.

Sure, they could be factually incorrect. Like if someone looked at a painting of a dog and said “That’s a duck”, that is not interpretation. Now, someone looking at the painting and believing the dog looks sad, or happy, is an interpretation. Or thinking the painting of a lone dog is a commentary on how loyalty is rewarded with loneliness, and despair, is an interpretation.

Just wanted to be clear before all of you bust into my post like the koolaid man with a clever retort that any comment on art is correct. Y'all are grown enough to know what I’m talking about.

TL:DR Mind your own fucking business.