Fall and Winter

Well, the seasons are turning, the weather getting colder, at least where I am.  Depending on where you live things could be different.

Been working on a couple of stories, including the next part of the Battlestar Galactica/Stargate SG-1 crossover story (didn’t think I was going to leave it at that did you)?

Finally added a spam blocker to the site to see if that cuts back on the number of spam messages I get here.  So far it’s blocking roughly 80 a day or so and I hope its not blocking anyone who is actually writing about the story. Continue reading…


Master of Violence – Part 2

Master of Violence

by AJ Marks

Part 2

Toncor looked over at the captain having learned his name, Hakkas.  The man had a grim look on his face which meant something was wrong.

“Sorry Toncor, the engines are damaged, we might get another couple of jumps out of them, but beyond that they’ll risk exploding if we push them too much,” he said to him.  “We’ll need to find a planet for the next jump.”

“Anything around here?” Toncor said, as he moved to the plotting room with the captain.

“I’ve got one of my team working on it, never much of a predictor of what systems had what.  I captained a ship, go to point A to B and make sure things get done,” Hakkas said apologetically.

“No need, I understand,” Toncor said, knowing such a question should be given to someone with knowledge of astrology.  “Do we have anyone who is?” Continue reading…


Master of Violence – Part 1

Master of Violence

by AJ Marks

Part 1

Toncor looked on at the bridge as the captain quickly made preparations for leaving the system.  Things had become very hectic after the latest bit of news, they were coming.  The enemy they all believed didn’t exist at all were now about to invade their home.  An enemy whose power was unreal in the universe along with their evil.  Even now he knew some ships were out there delaying the enemy in a hope to allow more ships to actually escape.

“Incoming call from the Ullis,” the captain said to Toncor.

“Put it though,” Toncor replied, watching as a blue-skinned alien appeared on his screen.

“I hope you’re ready to leave, we can’t hold them much longer,” the alien said.

“You’ve done enough,” Toncor replied.  “This alien race is beyond anything we’ve ever encountered before.”

“I wish we could have done more,” the alien said, even as the communications wavered slightly.  “Took a hit, not sure we’ll last much longer.” Continue reading…


Princess Elsa – Part 25

Princess Elsa

by AJ Marks

Part 25

Lynn fiddled with her hands, very nervous about what was going to happen, something she still couldn’t believe.

“Would you settle down,” her friend Brea said, from where she sat looking over at Lynn.

“I can’t help it,” Lynn replied.

“Yeah, I can’t believe I’m here about to do this,” Jessica said.

“Hans had a fit, he really wanted to be part of this,” Brea replied.

“He is,” Lynn said, knowing he was somewhere.

“He wanted to be here,” Brea said.  “Just to look at us changing.” Continue reading…


Princess Elsa – Part 24

Princess Elsa

by AJ Marks

Part 24

Lynn made her way around the house on the weekend.  Weather forecasts called for light snow flurries, but not much actual snowfall today.  In all, it was a good day to do nothing except curl up and watch a good movie, or perhaps there was a good game on.

Flipping through the channels she stopped upon seeing a field hockey game and a familiar team, the Venus Flytraps.  Still thinking what an awful name, she could watch one of her former teammates in high school play professional.  Sanya Kretchtov, a tall athletic girl who seemed to live for playing field hockey.

Lynn had changed into comfortable and warm clothes this morning, flannel.  Elsa had texted her earlier this morning saying she really had nothing up today either and wondered what her plans were.  Lynn had replied back nothing, lounging at home today.  That had been earlier this morning and hadn’t heard anything since then.  Seeing it was close to lunch time she wondered into the kitchen to go through her small supplies of food in her house.  She spent so much time at the palace she forgot to keep a better stock of food at home. Continue reading…


Princess Elsa – Part 23

Princess Elsa

by AJ Marks

Part 23

Lynn made her way into the activities celebrating Elsa’s birthday, a big event in the empire.  It seemed like just about everyone was here, from politicians to celebrities, even foreign diplomats and royalty.  Now she was moving around, talking with people she never imagined herself talking to a few months ago.

“Ah, so you’re the princess girlfriend,” another person asked, walking up to her.  It slightly annoyed her to be called that, after all, she did have a name but understood that people would make associations instead of names, something Kristoff mentioned to her.

“Yes, Lynn,” she replied back giving her name.

“Is it true, how you two met?” he asked her.

“Depends on what you’ve read, but the official version, yes, we met while we were both on vacation,” Lynn replied back to him.  There were a few other versions, including her stalking the princess but no evidence to such a thing.  A tabloid had picked up that she was gay, and always had a slight crush on the princess.  Lynn always snorted at that, like who wouldn’t? Continue reading…


Princess Elsa – Part 22

Princess Elsa

by AJ Marks

Part 22

Elsa slowly gained conciseness after the activities of last night.  Stretching slightly she could feel every point where she was touching Lynn as they lay in bed.  After their activities they had fallen asleep sometime last night, she really had no idea what time they went to bed or what time it was.

Lynn stirred slightly causing Elsa to look up and smile.

“Well, good morning cutie,” Lynn said.

“You too,” Elsa said.  “Last night was wonderful.”

“Glad you enjoyed it, cause so did I,” Lynn replied, moving over to a kiss before breaking off.  “But, I have to go to the bathroom.”

Elsa reluctantly moved from her position which was trapping Lynn under her.  She watched as Lynn got out of bed, admiring the body before her.  Taller than Elsa, short black hair, smaller breasts, but was gorgeous in Elsa’s eyes.  She followed the athletic form all the way to the bathroom before rolling over and lying flat on her back recalling everything they had done last night, blushing slightly. Continue reading…


Princess Elsa – Part 21

Princess Elsa

by AJ Marks

Part 21

Elsa looked outside as the winter clouds built up.  The forecasters stated the upcoming storm had the potential to be quite severe.  Already the palace had been preparing for such a storm in case they lost power or any other number of things.  As the day progressed it seemed as if the forecast seemed to be getting worse.

This morning when she got up they said heavy snowfall, now, it seemed as if they were calling it a blizzard.  She watched as her mother walked into the room and made her way over to where she stood.

“Looks to be nasty,” she said to Elsa.

“Yeah, what is the staff doing?” Elsa asked

“Your father just put the outer staff on storm alert,” she said.

Elsa nodded, knowing that meant some non-essential personal would be able to leave.  Others would be working and possibly staying if things got worse.  She thought of Lynn, wondering what she might be doing with this upcoming storm. Continue reading…


Princess Elsa – Part 20

Princess Elsa

by AJ Marks

Part 20

Lynn made her way into her house and sat down after a long two days.  She had stayed at the palace for two nights, as yesterday had been quite hectic.  Now she was glad to return home and some normalization.  Guards for the area had been doubled for now, and many palace employees lived in the area stated they would keep an eye out for any intruders and paparazzi.

Taking out a beer she sat down and turned on the TV flipping through till she found a movie and not anything about her on the news.  Taking out her phone she flipped though several reading the ones from Brea first.  She was excited and wanted a selfie with her and Elsa.  She also mentioned that reporters had come around and began talking to them and sent one to all of them.

No embarrassing stories, or no selfie.

She flipped to Hans who stated her was merely annoyed with the reporters, kept him from his classes yesterday.  He also was wondering when she might return his texts. Continue reading…


Princess Elsa – Part 19

Princess Elsa

by AJ Marks

Part 19

Elsa moved back into the limo, leaving the party.  She had enjoyed it to an extent, but really wasn’t the social person her sister was.  Put her in a room full of diplomats and politicians and she could make small talk easily.  In a room full of people her own age, partying and such, she was out of her element.

Instead she allowed the others to do all the speaking, only speaking up occasionally in an effort no to embarrass herself.  Her outfit had been a success, and she and Anna had won first place in the costume contest.  Elsa wondered how much that had to do with who they were, or the outfits.

Lynn had relaxed as the evening wore on, from her nervousness at the beginning to now.   Overall, the evening was a success she thought and once people got over the shock things calmed down.

“I wonder,” Anna said musing as she moved to turn on the TV and flipped through a few channels before arriving at the one she wanted.  Elsa was not surprised to see which channel. Continue reading…


Princess Elsa – Part 18

Princess Elsa

by AJ Marks

Part 18

Lynn shifted slightly in the chair.  She was at the palace having her make-up and hair done in preparation for the big event tonight.  She had texted Elsa a few times, seen Kristoff who wished her luck and that they would all be going together.  Rapunzel wanted to go but already had other plans.

She tried to get out of him what Elsa would be wearing, but was told only that it was a secret, but he couldn’t wait to see Anna’s outfit.  With a waggle of his eyebrows he walked away leaving her to her imagination.

Looking at the mirror she noticed her short black hair now was spiky, giving her an edgy appearance for her Jedi outfit.  She already had the outfit on, designed by someone in the palace staff for such things.  He had been actually excited about it, being a big Star Wars nerd and they spent quite a bit of time talking about the movies, Jedis and the Force.

She even had one of the best replica lightsabers, with a purple blade.  It was a recent development, and allowed a cosplayer to actually appear more like a Jedi, or Sith.  It was only the hilt and though hologram technology a ‘blade’ would appear.  It was only for show as it would go through anything so you couldn’t even use it for pretend duels. Continue reading…