ProvidenceMine

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Introduction This site features the adventures of Yeoman Janice Rand, and her significant other, aboard the USS Enterprise of The Original Series. With few exceptions, the stories on this blog are rated NC-17 for sexual content. So, if you are under 18 years of age I suggest you go to a more age-appropriate fan fiction site. This site will also feature entries with thoughts on my stories, and the writing process as well. All stories will have a disclaimer on them, stating that Star Trek and its characters belong to Paramount Pictures. The stories here are all based on Star Trek, The Original Series, which aired from 1966 to 1969. I use the canon as it appeared on this series, and I springboard my ideas from there. I do not go by any canon established by JJ Abrams' Star Trek films. In addition, I do not hold Star Trek Wiki as the law of the land. Much of the canon that is written on that site was established years after The Original Series ended its run back in 1969. Therefore, the Janice Rand who is described in Star Trek Wiki doesn't have much resemblance to the Janice Rand who is portrayed on this site! Thanks, Mr. Gene Roddenberry-for everything!
Interests Star Trek, writing, reading, arts and crafts, economic collapse, gardening, cooking, the arts, science, matrilineal spirituality, and other things too numerous to mention here.
Favorite Movies A few of them are: The Adventures of Prince Achmed, The Good Earth, Scarface(Paul Muni), Waterloo Bridge, Spellbound, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, Sunset Boulevard, Picnic, The L-Shaped Room, The Mark, Kramer vs Kramer, Alien, Apocalypse Now, The Road Warrior, Gallipoli, The Year of Living Dangerously, Breaker Morant, To Live and Die in L.A., Manhunter, Never Cry Wolf, Subway, Event Horizon, Sideways, City of God--just to name a few.
Favorite Music Jazz, 20s 30s 40s music, minimalism like Reich, Roach, Glass, authentic ethnic music, classical.
Favorite Books A few of them are: Dune, anything by Sue Grafton, The Lathe of Heaven, anything by Octavia E Butler, Our Guys, The Odyssey, anything by Albert Camus, The Pigman, Hostage to the Devil, anything by Ray Bradbury, Bully, anything by Flannery O'Conner, Dope, Come Closer--again, just to name a few.

Don't you think that Janice Rand and Kevin Riley should have been kept on the show, and that Chekov was brought in as a poor, irritating substitute for the both of them?