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May 31, 1999
We welcome Susan L. Williams to the Cascade Library!
Haiku for an Anthropologist Lost by Donna Kirking -- Spoilers for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg. The title says it all.
Seeds of Yesterday by Blair Kennedy -- #9 in The Southern Cross Series.
Ripples by Becky -- Moments of revelation in the wake of season finale events. Spoilers for TSbyBS.
Tribute by Wnnepooh -- A Memorial Day short.
May 30, 1999
Choice Reflection by Shallan -- A transition piece from Blair's point of view to help him prepare for his new future. Are we the masters of our own lives or does fate present us the opportunities to chose the path it wants us to take? (TSbyBS epilogue.)
Florence Ellison by Sandra McDonald -- Jim examines his nurturing side.
To be a Friend by DannyD
Final Sojourn by JET -- Blair has the opportunity to go on a final anthropological expedition. Spoilers for Flight, Warriors, Sentinel Too, and The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
Reverie by Becky -- A time of joy for Blair and his family and friends finally arrives. Spoilers for Sentinel Too and The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
Epiphany by JET -- Simon sends Jim and Blair away to come to terms with the events of The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg. Also spoilers for Night Shift and Sentinel Too.
May 29, 1999
A Thousand Words by Hephaistos -- Another follow-up to The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
May 28, 1999
The Road Not Taken by Cindy Combs -- A missing scene from The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
We welcome Ronnee to the Library!
The Protests Begin by Ronnee -- Post-The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
May 27, 1999
We welcome Madeira to the Cascade Library!
We Stand by D.L. Witherspoon -- A The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg epilogue.
The Sentinel, by Blair Sandburg -- Epilogue by TAE
Atonement by KandaceK -- An epilogue to The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg. In other words, what happened later.
Dreamscape by Sue Pokorny -- A suicide at Rainier is the catalyst for a bizarre drug case that makes Jim and Blair question who they can really trust.
Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction... by Wnnepooh -- Missing Scene for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
So Long, Farewell and Amen by Nickerbits -- Big spoilers for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg. No happy endings here!
Brass Ring by Virginia Foster -- Missing scene from The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg. The events from Blair's press conference to Jim and Blair's talk at the hospital.
In the Fell Clutch of Circumstance by DawnC -- An *alternate* ending for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg season finale. Major spoilers.
May 26, 1999
The Day After by Dede -- Just a quick fix. Spoilers for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
It Doesn't End Here by Robyn -- Missing scene (with spoilers) for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg. Jim and Blair talk about what's happened.
Curupira by Laurie Borealis --There's something frightening in the forest near Cascade, something that may have come from Peru.
May 25, 1999
Haiku for Finale by Donna Kirking -- Spoilers for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg. The title says it all.
A new Featured Author Exhibit -- an interview with Tate -- is now up. Enjoy!
We welcome BBL to the Library!
What's Next by BBL -- Jim and Blair pack it up and pack it in. No spoilers for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg, but it does deal with the future of TS.
Angelic Chat by Killash -- There's only one thing I can say: What do you think Angels and Demons do in their spare time? And if they happen to be Sentinel fans? And if they chat in chat rooms? Scary, huh?
Blair's Birthday Surprise by the CascadeTimes Crew -- A birthday surprise for Blair. This story is rated G, with a warm and fuzzy warning.
May 23, 1999
Say It While You Can by Medie -- A short Simon and Daryl story.
Dietary Laws by TAE -- A missing scene from The Real Deal.
May 22, 1999
Justifiable Means by Kim Heggen -- An unusual murder case brings up unpleasant memories from Blair's childhood, and he becomes instrumental in finding the killer. Rated PG-13 to R for implied violence, mature themes, and disturbing issues.
A Seminar in the South: Clearing the Way by Dede -- Sometimes help arrives just in time. This is the final story in the trilogy.
Transitions 11(a) and Transitions 11(b) by Mackie -- Two interpretive scenes from Flight.
We welcome Laurie Borealis to the Cascade Library!
Thank You, My Friend by Virginia Foster -- Spending the night at the hospital with an injured Blair, Jim starts thinking about a recent conversation with his Guide.
May 21, 1999
Serendipity by Rivanna Michaels -- Making good on a Christmas present, Jim and Blair go on a week adventure in the wilds of Montana. Away from the dangers and hurried pace of Cascade, they find time to relate to nature... and each other.
We welcome Sealie to the Library!
Too Many Chiefs and Not Enough Indians by Sealie -- Lots of Sandburg cousins. This is a much longer version of her original short story, and Sealie's auction story for Brigitte.
A Typical Sentinel/Guide Day (NOT!) by D.L. Witherspoon -- The title summarizes it nicely.
May 20, 1999
A Seminar in the South, Part 2 by Dede -- Blair takes off to clear his head. This is the second story in the trilogy.
May 19, 1999
Can I Keep It? by Suzie -- 4th installment in the I Want a Pet Series. Figaro makes a discovery.
May 18, 1999
A Seminar in the South, Part 1 by Dede -- Jim decides that Blair cannot publish his dissertation. This is the first story in a trilogy.
May 17, 1999
Fahrenheit Man by Shelly -- Blair is caught in the middle when a vengeful man goes after Jim.
May 16, 1999
We welcome Dede and Toni to the Library!
Double Life by Dede -- Blair falls for a woman with a dangerous past. This is a The Sentinel/JAG crossover.
Golden Rule by Toni -- Blair is having flashbacks and Jim learns that compassion is as important to a Sentinel as super senses. Or, a little smarm, a little angst, a little bonding in the ranks.
Gum by Toni -- Blair urges Jim to try bubble gum; Blair forgets to stand clear. Rated PG, for a bit of profanity.
The Case of the Possessed Police Department by MoonDew -- After a bad couple days of work, this wouldn't leave me alone; I had to write it. Basically the Major Crimes department gets taken over by a publishing department. Rated G for silliness.
The Prize by Shallan -- Keeping a promise made to a friend, Jim and Blair soon learn that their ability for finding trouble and danger works even in the pristine mountains of Colorado.
Sandburged by Yvonne S. McCool -- A woman from Blair's past puts Jim in danger to bring Sandburg to her side. #26 in the Upgrade Series.
Rules of Engagement by Just Jen -- Jim and Blair have come to Mexico in search of Alex, but Blair feels as if they're missing an important piece of information... (Best to read Just Jen's Transitions and Made for Each Other first.)
We welcome JET to the Library!
Affirmation by JET -- Warning: Severe smarm ahead!
Here I Go Again by Killash -- Blair has been hurt too many times and the guys in Major Crimes decide to put a stop to it. However, Jim is against the whole thing. Strange? You bet!
Sandburg's Law by Medie -- This actually happened to me at my aunt's. And Blair's reaction is quite similar to mine. Of course my aunt's family does like to tease me but thankfully I don't have a Jim to deal with.
A Friend's Touch by Shellie Williams -- Just a simple h/c snippet with no plot.
May 14, 1999
Simon Says by DawnC -- This is a challenge TAE put to all of us at the Napa Sentinel Party.
May 13, 1999
We welcome Amy and Shellie Williams to the Library!
The Hanged Man by Amy -- Jim goes one-on-one with some bad dreams and the balcony door. Contains more smarm than I thought myself capable of.
May 12, 1999
Sweet Misery by DawnC -- A short missing scene for Sweet Science.
Sleepy Blair by DawnC -- A very short snippet.
Without Warning by Kay Lynne (Nightowl) -- Jim is captured by gangsters invading the loft. This is part of the Spirit Guide Universe, but separate from the series, and was originally published in Sentry Post #1.
We welcome Virginia Foster to the Library!
Really, It's Nothing by Virginia Foster -- Epilogue (and major spoilers) for The Real Deal. No angst, no smarm. Just a bit of fun and embarrassment between friends.
May 11, 1999
We welcome MoonDew to the Library!
Leave of My Senses by MoonDew -- Jim and Blair get kidnapped by a mental case, giving Jim some real issues when Blair ends up the subject of his revenge.
A new Featured Author Exhibit -- an interview with DawnC -- is now up. Enjoy!
May 10, 1999
We welcome Helene to the Library!
In the Long Run by Helene -- Jim wakes up on the wrong side of bed, so to speak.
May 9, 1999
No Center Line by LRH Balzer -- This story begins following A Different Way of Seeing and is a Sentinel/Nash Bridges/Millennium crossover. It isn't necessary to know Nash Bridges or Millennium to understand the story. Emphasis is on The Sentinel.
Decisions by Donna Kirking -- Blair and Jim must make a final decision about submitting the dissertation.
LashBack by DawnC -- A Cypher missing scene/epilogue story.
Traces: Mother's Day by D.L. Witherspoon -- This is really a drabble or an obsenfic just to wish the fandom Happy Mother's Day. (Part of the Traces Collection).
May 8, 1999
Everything I Need to Know I Learned from Watching The Sentinel by fans at alt.tv.sentinel, compiled by Shelley Knepley (non-story fun)
Just a Bit More by Sammi M. -- Simon and Blair find that a simple camping trip leads to something more.
May 7, 1999
Of Blood... Of Heart by D.L. Witherspoon -- In the process of helping Captain Banks, Jim runs into his brother. #3 of The Alternate Reality Series.
May 6, 1999
We welcome Tidia to the Library!
An Angel-Inspired Story with Grinch-Like Tendencies by Tidia -- Really, the title says it all. A sequel of sorts to A Young Uncle.
A Young Uncle by Tidia -- Jim, Blair, and Simon help out a young boy visiting Cascade who is determined to find a young uncle for his aunt.
May 4, 1999
We welcome Kaci to the Library!
May 3, 1999
When the Mirror Looks Back by DawnC -- Incacha's Shamanistic Legacy haunts Blair, forcing the young man to leave Jim's side to find his own Way. The events in this story follow the Fourth Season Finale.
We welcome Medie to the Library!
A Sandburgian Rant by Marianne Edison -- Just a little rant I had to get off my chest. The episode mentioned in the story actually happened and yes, Newfoundlanders would take your head off if you mentioned it. *grin* (At least I would.)