The Early Days - Part Three Leslye Lilker

  • These three stories pick up nine months after "The Price of A Thousand Horses."  Sahaj is now eleven years old. Includes: artwork (Signe Landon, Alice Jones, and Gee Moaven, to name a few,) a variety of poetry, and the three stories that come before The Forging in the Sahaj series: "Twilight and Evening Bells" "And Watch 'Til Daylight Comes" "House Rules - Sahaj" These stories were originally published in 1975 but have been updated and revised. Donate in any amount to download. You will be able to set the amount once it lands on PayPal. There will be an option for credit or debit cards on the PP site. If you are unable to donate, please contact   He promises to provide the missing piece.
  • Sasashar Press
  • March 2, 2018
  • 120 pages

Early Days Part Two Leslye Lilker

  • Story first published in Sahaj Collected 1975. Takes the father and son relationship to the next level. This is both the original story and also contains a sneak preview at what will come in the novelization of this story (2018.)  Story illios by Alice Jones.
  • Sasashar Press
  • February 11, 2018

The Early Days - Part One Leslye Lilker

  • These rebooted stories come between The Ambassador's Son and The Price of A Thousand Horses.  Lots of new material. Approx. 88 pages including artwork by Nim and Moaven Price $1.00 and please donate more if you are willing and able. Thanks! ]
  • Sasashar Press
  • January 29, 2018

The Ambassador's Son (2017 version) 10.41 Leslye Lilker

  • This is the novelization of the first, admittedly poorly executed version of the short story that appeared in IDIC #1 in 1975. It was expanded in 1977, and in 1995, although it was not published. Who is Sahaj, one might ask. He is Spock's out-of-wedlock son, ten-years-old, with the emotional control of a two-year-old. Spock's job is to prepare Sahaj for life on Vulcan. Sahaj is equally determined never to change. This is my first attempt formatting an e-book novel, and some of the illustrations may "float." For that, I apologize, but if I spend my time nitpicking, I'll never get the series done. 🙂 If there's any problem with the download, please let me know at I will make right whatever went wrong. Oh, I'm Leslye Lilker, Lubkin, Morrow, Leah Charifson   AKA Sahaj's Mama.
  • Sasashar Press
  • September 2, 2017
  • 237 pages

Interstellar Babysitters, Inc. Eileen Roy, Leslye Lilker

  • Authors Eileen Roy and Leslye Lilker take their readers on a satirical stroll along their separately-chosen genre. What would our very busy captain (Eileen) and his sometimes busy first officer (Leslye) do if confronted with unexpected offspring? (Originally published in Warped Space 28, Aug. 1977. Reprinted in Memory Alpha’s The Best of Amanda and Sarek, 1978)  (word count: 2681)
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Sahaj Collected: The Prequels 0.0 - 10.4 Trinette Kern, Eileen Roy, Leslye Lilker

  • This collection of stories is for people who are linear and therefore like to read in chronological order. Each story in the series (saga?) has a number behind the title, which corresponds to Sahaj’s age during the story. The series is sometimes referred to as “Gematria”, which is Hebrew for ‘numbers.’ The number provides an easy way to remember what happened when. Prequels contains the stories relating to Gematria 0.0 (Sahaj's conception) through 10.4, ending just before the beginning of The Ambassador's Son. In addition to the first, already published stories, there are two new stories included.  Limited artwork by PS Nim and Alice Jones.  About 77 pages.    
  • Sasashar Press
  • 77 pages

"Nothing Fishy Going On Here" (12.9) Leslye Lilker

  • This stand-alone, just-for-pun short story takes place almost three years after father and son meet for the first time. Those who have followed this series in the 70s and 80s, may see this as a perfectly possible progression in the relationship which started out so poorly in the fourth year of the first five-year mission (The Ambassador's Son.) Please note: “Fishy” was originally drafted in 1980 and revised in 2015. 21161 words (No illustrations)
  • Sasashar Press
  • August 23, 2017