edited by Mindi French and Cheryl Washington
ORION PRESS' Human-interest/romance/relationship publication includes drama, hurt-comfort, the dalliance, the 'idylls,' if you will, of our favorite characters. Stories in IDYLLS can range from G to R, however, no age statement is required.
IDYLLS 9 features"Legacy of the Mind" -- by Mindi French. Beverly Crusher is happily married, and reflecting back on her life, when suddenly, she decides to accept her legacy...
"The Gift" -- by M.J. Millard. The inner thoughts of a confused Picard, as Guinan helps him discern the differences between 'complicated' and 'uncomplicated' love, and what one can receive by just accepting love.
"Beloved Pinocchio" -- by Katie McBeth. Remember when we first met Data? Riker has the task of answering Data's queries as to his humanity."This Time" -- by Alison Wilson. Set during the first season... Beverly Crusher and Jean-Luc Picard ask themselves, and each other, what sort of relationship they can forge from their friendship. And if they want to pursue it...
"'Round Midnight" -- by M.J. Millard. Riker has questions to be answered. One note here, while we now know that his middle name is Thomas, what if it had been Thelonius?
"Family and Friends" -- by Sharon Lokken. Set during the episode "Families", Picard must decide which path his life may take, with the assistance of those around him."Echoes of the Mind" -- by Gail J. Christison. Riker is sent on another first contact, but, how effective can he be as two societies collide and explode, when he finds himself with amnesia?
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