Title: A Double-Moon Lazy Evening

I love these stories!!!

Reviewer: pmgayles Anonymous [Report This]
Date: 04/21/11 11:46 pm

Title: A Double-Moon Lazy Evening

I found this to be an excwllant story

Author's Response: Thank you very much!

Reviewer: doiron907 Anonymous starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 07/09/10 01:47 am

Title: A Double-Moon Lazy Evening

I fan of star trek and love this story.  great job!

Author's Response: Thank you for reading!

Reviewer: nicnac100 Anonymous starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 05/10/09 07:07 pm

Title: A Double-Moon Lazy Evening

My mom loves Star Trek, so of course I've seen just about every episode growing up. I always wanted to Uhura and Spock was always my favorite. Thanks for combining the two.

Author's Response:

You're welcome and thank you for reading!

best,

bana

Reviewer: Sweet Pea Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 05/07/09 10:15 pm

Title: A Double-Moon Lazy Evening

Well Ms. Bana I have to give a big THANK YOU for this! Yes! I'm a Trekkie and damn proud of it. I was so stoked to find this piece! You really captured Spock, and his back and forth with Unura was good! I'm so excited about the movie, and rumor has it she chooses Spock.

She led him outside and down the steps once more.  “To the beach.  My human curiosity wants to know how a Vulcan would go about wooing an attractive Human woman during a lazy evening under a double full moon when his planet of origin has none.”

Spock stopped her and traced the shafts of moonlight upon her forehead, nose, and lips with his middle and index fingers.  “Most illogically, of course.”

Hugging him, Uhura laughed with delight.

I also love how visual your writing is. This ending was damn near pitch, tone, decriptive and perfect. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed this piece! Thank you sooooooooo much for sharing! 



Author's Response:

Aw, that means a lot coming from a self-described Trekkie!  This is my first foray into fanfic for this fandom and I was mad nervous about it.  I'm glad you think I captured the characters, especially Spock, although I've been told it is probably harder to capture Uhura because there isn't as much of her to go on.  But I think it helps that, as a black woman, I'm able to read a bit more into her personality than the "average" fan.

Thank you again.  I may have the confidence to write more!  Be careful about that, huh? :-P

bana

Reviewer: Minx Anonymous starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 05/07/09 05:39 pm

Title: A Double-Moon Lazy Evening

That was so awesome. I love Spock's voice. It takes a minute to realize that if he were a human male with the gift of poetry what he says would make a woman swoon. However, he makes me swoon anyway because he logical and practical speech has its own poetry about it. It's honest and direct, which is sometimes better than illusive language.

I think why I love this pairing so much (even though I've never seen one episode of the old Trek) is that he's so logical and she's the opposite. As Spock said, she's illogical but not silly. Nyota is the heart and Spock is the brain and they make a good team.



Author's Response:

PLEASE do see some TOS.  In fact, just go to YouTube and type in Spock/Uhura and you'll get at least two instances where the attraction really can't be denied.  I'd give Spock Vulcan beige babies, no joke.  He is much love.  And I agree with that assessment--they balance each other out very well.

 

Thank you so much for reading!

bana

Reviewer: luckybrans Signed [Report This]
Date: 05/07/09 10:28 am



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