Saturday, September 26, 2015

About Star Trek Providence

What follows is a short story I wrote awhile back and then later expanded upon it.  This is just a piece of fan-fiction that I wrote.  It is about a young half-human, half-romulan Starfleet commander who is in his early twenties.  He is full of life and even more so, his head is filled with a great abundance and deep sense of duty, honor, and pride.  He has pride for the uniform that he wears, the ship he serves on, and his deep sense of duty and loyalty is not to just his ship and crew but also Starfleet and the Federation.

This young captain, a young fellow by the name of Jason Korrel is working not just to fulfill his duty bound obligations to Starfleet and the Federation as a whole, but he's also working towards what he believes in his mind to be the greater good.  At least the secretive agency at Starfleet Intelligence known as Section 31 has convinced him of that fact.  Section 31 is a highly secretive, covert agency.  It's sort of like an intelligence agency within Starfleet's own Intelligence division.  Only a select few at Starfleet Command and the Intelligence division itself are even truly aware of the existence of Section 31.

I haven't at this time decided whether or not this will be a single installment or if I will continue it later on, as of the time I wrote this, I am still working on my own original work.   I simply do not have the adequate time to devote the full development of something that I will not ever be able to have or hold any rights to anyhow.  Writing fan-fiction is something I just do for kicks ever so often.

Please keep in mind however, that Star Trek and all related items to it are registered, copyrighted works and fully trademarked by Paramount Pictures, Viacom/and or CBS broadcasting in any and all its forms.  This fan-fiction piece is purely for entertainment purposes only and not for profit, no matter how original an idea and the characters themselves I created may be.

Of course credit for Star Trek's creation, ultimately goes to the late Gene Roddenberry and late his wife, Majel Barrett-Roddenberry.

Gene Roddenberry (August 19th, 1921-October 24th, 1991)
Majel Barrett-Roddenberry (February 23rd, 1932-December 18th, 2008)

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