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Kirk's Challenge Eileen Roy

  • Kirk's Challenge is a ST:TOS Kraith story by Eileen Roy. Artwork is by Connie Faddis. It was originally published in parts in the print zine Interphase vols 2, 3, and 4. (1975, 76, 77, 2016). The first section was reprinted in Kraith Collected #5. Kirk, who, in Kraith, has been adopted into Spock's family, is gifted with two children from a previous dalliance: a ten-year old boy (Jai)  and a three-year-old girl, (Embry.) Fatherhood was the furthest thing from Kirk's mind.  And young Jai was not too happy about it, either. All five of the original stories have been collected into one PDF document. There is no charge to download this collection of stories.

Nothing Fishy Going On Here (12.8) Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • "Nothing Fishy..."  is a just for pun Sahaj story. The Zebatians god has been stolen and they come to Sarek for help, only to find what they are looking for in the new biosphere in Sarek's study. Diplomatic relations are threatened because the Zebatians don't accept Sarek's explanation of purchasing the fish days ago, from one Cyrano Jones. Meanwhile, one of Sahaj's messages warns of disaster in the family, and Spock comes a'runnin to save his son, bringing the crew of the Big E to help with the political crisis. Donate to download. You will be taken to Paypal where you may transfer funds by credit or debit card, or through Paypal. Just fill in your desired amount in the price per item box, process, and you will be returned to the site to download. Available in epub, mobi, or pdf. Thank you for your interest and your download.
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Interstellar Babysitters, Inc. Eileen Roy, Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • Leslye and Eileen, both known in the fan genre of the raising and training of Spock and Jim's illegitimate offspring (Sahaj and Jai,) combine forces for a farcical look at what our enterprising heroes do with the kids that arise from, as Sargon says, "leaving their(sic) seed on other planets." Originally published in Warped Space 28, August 1977. Reprinted in 1978 in Memory Alphas Best of Sarek and Amanda. Illustrations by Gordon Carlton. This is available only in PDF and is a freebie.
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He Who Is Close To Nature (11.6) Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • Due to the accidental change to the timeline during the crew's last visit to the Guardian of Forever, ("Yesteryear") there was a minor change to  Sahaj's timeline, as well. This story, while noted on the cover as taking place in Sahaj's 12th year, now took place when he was eleven. The Vulcans in Sahaj's class at the Embassy School are invited to participate in a day of schooling in the shi'oren. While there, Sahaj gets into some trouble. Sarek decides to deal with the problem by taking Sahaj to visit a historical landmark - the carving in the mountain of the first recorded 'Sahaj' in their history. Wrap-around cover artwork by Alice Jones. Donate to download. You will be taken to Paypal where you may transfer funds by credit or debit card, or through Paypal. Just fill in your desired amount in the price per item box, process, and you will be returned to the site to download. Available in epub, mobi, or pdf. Thank you for bother your interest and your support.
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The Tipping Point - (12 - 13) "Down The Rabbit Hole Part 1" Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • After a 45 year hiatus, the Sahaj saga continues!
    "Down The Rabbit Hole" - Part 1 begins on the day before Sahaj’s twelfth birthday, when he plans to begin his kahswan. He’s finding that adopting Vulcan tradition is easier said than done – especially when surprise visitors descend on Val'jn'd'jt, and he is trapped in a snare of his own making. Donate to download. You will be taken to Paypal where you may transfer funds by credit or debit card, or through Paypal. Just fill in your desired amount in the price per item box, process, and you will be returned to the site to download. Available in epub, mobi, or pdf. Thank you for your interest and your download.
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The Bronze Cord (11.91) Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • While Sahaj is readjusting to life on Vulcan, his father is having a first contact encounter on the Enterprise with Earth's Ambassador to Vulcan, one Jeremy Gill, Jason's father. Sahaj's immediate blood family knows that Ambassador Gill was the boy's foster-father on Ventura. Will Spock and Gill be friends or foes? And why is Sahaj keeping his first family a secret? The Bronze Cord  was originally published in Dagger of the Mind (Marder/Walske) in 1980. Reprinted as a stand-alone in 1983. Revised in 2019. Original artwork by Mary Stacy, Carol Walske, PS Nim. Lyrics to "Weep No More" (filk by Lilker) included. Donate to download. You will be taken to Paypal where you may transfer funds by credit or debit card, or through Paypal. Just fill in your desired amount in the price per item box, process, and you will be returned to the site to download. Available in epub, mobi, or pdf. Thank you for your interest and your download.
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  • October 7, 2020

Sanctuary Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • Originally published in IDIC #6 (12/78) under the titles "Miscellanea" as 9 different vignettes covering the time between The Forging  and the  beginning of Sahaj's kahswan. Revised into a novella in 2019, Sanctuary (11.9) continues Sahaj's story as he adjusts to being back on Vulcan, accompanied by his human foster brother, Jason. Only it's monsoon season, and he has to learn how to manage his reaction to this force of nature. Who better to teach him than Sarek, who has passed the generation-skipping gene to his grandson? While this is happening on Vulcan, an important first contact is happening on the Enterprise. Your next read should be The Bronze Cord. Donate to download. You'll be taken to paypal where you can fill in whatever amount you wish in the cost of items purchased box. Paypal accepts credit and debit cards, as well as their own brand. Thank you for your interest and your order.
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  • October 7, 2020

The Forging (11) Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • The Forging  is a novel in five parts that picks up Sahaj’s story after Spock’s miraculous return from his reported death. (This story was written in May 1977, five years before TWOK, and was reprinted in 1983.) The text and the front cover are generously illuminated with artwork by Alice Jones. The back cover is  by Gee Moaven. This novel was awarded Fan Quality awards at T’Con in 1978, both for writing and for artwork. In it, Spock and Sahaj’s roller-coaster of a relationship is tested as they take an extended trip across the Sasashar desert.  Sahaj's travels don't stop at the end of their trip, however, and Earth may never be the same. Suggested price: $7.50, however, please contribute whatever amount you are willing and able to donate.
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  • October 6, 2020

The Early Days - Part 3 Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • Originally published in July, 1975, this volume contains recently refurbished versions of the following stories, all built upon Sahaj's refusal to believe that Spock has been killed while on a mission to Chesel. Even the evidence produced by Kirk and McCoy doesn't convince him. Has he finally been pushed over the edge of sanity?
    • Twilight and Evening Bells:
    • And Watch Til Daylight Comes:
    • House Rules - Sahaj
    Artwork by Signe Landon, Gee Moaven,  Alice Jones, Kathy Carlson Poetry by Trinette Kern & P.J. Greenberg Includes, from IDIC #4: "A Fantasy of Alienation" by Lynn Holland.  The first meeting of Jim Kirk's son, Jai (Kraith) and Spock's son, Sahaj.   Other contributors of art and poetry: Kathy Carlson, Suzanne Kirwan, R. Provost, D. Stahl, David Lubkin This is a donate to download. Available in epub, mobi, and pdf. 50,000 + words. If you order, you will be taken to paypal, where you may fill in the amount you care to contribute in the cost of items purchased box. Then you'll be redirected to the website to download.
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  • October 6, 2020

The Early Days - Part 2 (Gematria 11) Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • Early Days Part 2 is "The Price of a Thousand Horses" in its midway phase of being converted into a novel. It does stand alone as it is, with new additions of parts of the original story. It begins with Sahaj's campaign to bring Spock back to Vulcan, and all goes according to plan until.... Donate to download. Any amount will be appreciated.
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The Early Days - Part One Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • Poor Sahaj. He's been abandoned on an alien world and left in the custody of his grandparents. How is he ever going to adjust to this place where emotions are verbotin, and no one ever smile? Contains three short stories, all by Leslye Lilker:
    1. Without Pomp And Circumstances” (10.41)
    2.  “No One On This Planet Looks At Rainbows” (10.5)
    3. “It’s Boring!”(10.12)
    4. "The Inquiry" - poem by Trinette Kern
    5. "It's Boring" - lyrics by Trineet Kern, music by Amy Falkowitz
    Artwork by PS Nim and Gee Moaven
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The Ambassador's Son (2017 version) Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • The Vulcan ambassador to Ventura has died and the Enterprise is assigned to transport her son to her home planet. Kirk assigns Spock to be the child's mentor, and tells him to keep him out of trouble. “Captain, Vulcan children do not get into 'trouble.’ They are disciplined,  rational beings who speak to adults only when addressed. There will be no difficulty with this child, sir, I assure you." Famous last words, especially when Spock is determined to be the boy's father, and the child, so Vulcan in appearance, has all emotions engaged. And so the saga of Spock and Sahaj (and those around them) begins, and follows the development of their relationship. Strap in. It's a roller coaster ride. TAS was originally published as a most unskilled,  extremely short story in 1975, and morphed into a novel in 2017. Artwork by PS Nim and Alice Jones. Click 'download' to get your copy of this ebook. You will be taken to paypal. Please donate to download. Just fill in the price-per-item box with whatever amount you are willing and able to contribute. You'll then be taken back to the ebook store to download your copy.
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Dedication (Gematria-34) Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • "Dedication" is a novella in the Sahaj universe that puts a slightly different slant to the "Sarek meets Amanda" story that is so popular within Trek fandom. It is a logical love story, and Sahaj doesn't believe a word of it! Poetry/music Lilker/Stevenson Originally published with "And The South Will Fall Again" in 1978 as a standalone zine, part of the IDIC/Sahaj Universe. The story was updated and republished in 2019. New art work by Mary Stacy (McDonald.) Donate to download. You will be taken to paypal where you will see a blank in the 'charge per item' box. Please change this to whatever you would like to contribute to the cause. And thank you.
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  • October 3, 2020

Prequels Trinette Kern, Jean Stevenson, Leslye Lilker (AKA Leah Charifson)

  • This ebook contains the first five stories in Sahaj's life. Three of them have previously been published in various editions of my fanzine, IDIC. Two of them are brand new. Donate to download. You will be taken to paypal where you will see a blank in the pay per item box. Please change this amount to whatever you wish it to be. Many thanks for the assistance.
    1. “Loved I Not Honour More” – Kern (0.0)
    2. “Stormbringer” – Stevenson (.2)
    3. “Debut” – Charifson (2.0)
    4. “Price of Silence” – Lilker (2.9)
    5. “Interlude” – Lilker (7.0)
    6. For the Good of the Child (10.4)
      All these stories lead up to The Ambassador's Sonwhere Spock and Sahaj meet for the first time. Some may want to begin reading with this novel.  
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