IDY09.jpg (106742 bytes)Idylls 9

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?

Artwork by Baker, Millard, and O'Quinn.

116 pages, 8" x 11" size, comb binding.
         $11.75, US Priority Mail.
         $17.75, Elsewhere.

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