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An Ace in the Hole By Shauna O'Toole
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An Ace in the Hole is a work of Fan Fiction and is not a part of the official Star Trek universe. Star Trek is owned by Paramount and CBS. No copyright infringement is intended.
Exodus By Shauna O'Toole
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Two astronauts stranded on Mars are faced with the problem of how to get back to Earth using only the supplies on hand. To get home, they have to improvise and sail the ultimate wind. All the... More > while, they have to dodge every attempt to prevent their Exodus from Mars.< Less
A Clash of Worlds By Shauna O'Toole
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Captain Sheila O'Connor walked the nearly empty corridors of her once proud starship for the last time. The ship was still in good condition. However, after a century of service and multiple refits,... More > the U.S.S. Lexington was scheduled to become a museum. Even with all the upgrades, there were some things that the Lady Lex just could not do compared to more modern ships. O'Connor was her last active duty commander and was more than a little sentimental about that fact. "Bridge to Captain," the comm system chirped. She tapped the badge on her uniform. "O'Connor here." "Captain, Admiral M'gawa is hailing you," Lieutenant Massa said. "Priority One. We are also receiving deployment orders from Starfleet Command." O'Connor could hear the smile that was on the communications officer's face. She shared the same smile. "I'll take it down here in Conference Room Three," O'Connor said. "Have Commander Boruma join me."< Less
My Transition Checklist - Updated 2014 By Shauna O'Toole
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As the laws across the country change, more and more people are coming out as transgender / transsexual. Finding a starting place to facilitate transitioning at work can be a challenge. I offer an... More > outline of what we did to facilitate my transition. Use what works and come up with a different plan for what doesn't. If nothing else, it is a starting point for discussions.< Less