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Liberator (LIB)
I started writing Star Trek: Liberator because I was dissatisfied with the direction Deep Space Nine was taking during the Dominion War storyline. In the beginning, I'd thought it was going to be a truly epic struggle--that it would focus exclusively, or at least predominantly, on the Federation's conflict with a hostile empire intent on--and capable of--its destruction. In my mind, it simply didn't accomplish that. My goal was to change all that: To write a story--which has since become a series--wherein the war itself took center stage; to observe how the principals are affected by it; and to determine how the Federation itself changes because of it. At the same time, I've attempted to create unique, compelling characters and situations within these parameters, even while differentiating my work from the cookie-cutter story lines that have dominated the last few years of Trek. When people read a Liberator story that takes place in 2374 or 2375, I want them to know it's not a border skirmish or a police action. It's a war.
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Johnny Call
Liberator
Bon Voyage, Liberator
Do you remember what you were doing on a significant day in history? This tale chronicles specific characters in the Liberator universe on the day she was launched. Be warned, these arenít the usual suspects.
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2002.03.11
Johnny Call
Liberator
Double Entendre
Reeling from their lost of two battleships to the newly commissioned U.S.S. Liberator, the Dominion hatches a new plot to destroy the ship and the admiral of the 7th Federation Starfleet.
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2002.03.11
Johnny Call
Liberator
Interlude One
I originally wrote this intending to use it as the epilogue to Double Entendre. However, as I neared the end of that story I found that this would have detracted from the tone I was attempting to set concerning the relationship between Saílanna and her father.
Off Site

2002.03.11
Johnny Call
Liberator
Pit Vipers
A hard one to describe... it's my first try at a first person story that wrote over a year ago. I hope you enjoy it but don't take it too seriously or too personally. Have fun and Merry Christmas.
Off Site

2001.12.23
Johnny Call, Joseph Manno
Liberator
Clandestination
Can Cardassian honor be purchased... at any price? Find out as a true Daughter of Cardassia struggles with her enemy, her own crew, and her own inner demons to find the right path.
Off Site

2001.11.05
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