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July 31, 1999
Pains Of Power by D.L. Witherspoon -- Blair acts as a cultural liaison for the Family, while Jim finds out what it really means to be the Elder. #10 in The Family Series.
A Life Worth Living by DannyD -- Blair survives the fountain of Sentinel Too but his life changes dramatically.
July 29, 1999
Forever Young by Killash -- A psychic the guys have met before has a strong vision of death that Jim and Blair can't shake off their minds. Jim finds himself hanging on to denial because he knows acceptance means the end of his world. Tense and emotional, but it has a fair dose of action. Watch out!
Adventures in Gerbil-Sitting by Sorcha --Let's just say that a gerbil-sitting Blair and a Sentinel don't mix.
We welcome CarolROI to the Cascade Library!
Snowflakes by Wildeskind -- It's snowing, and the guys are having a quiet moment.
Healing Words by JET -- Blair talks to Naomi when she has second thoughts about the events of The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg, and Jim overhears the conversation.
July 28, 1999
Hot Spot by Ronnee -- This is in response to Challenge #2 on Suzie's Page.
Creative License by Sammi M. and Sine McLeod -- What does your car really say about you?
Nye Until Dark by Suisan R. -- Sequel to Land of Nye.
We welcome Charli to the Cascade Library!
Sentinels, Telepaths and Guides... Oh My! by Medie -- Blair, Simon, and Jim go to San Francisco to attend a conference. But (as usual) end up in trouble. Rated PG. Crossover with Poltergeist: The Legacy.
July 26, 1999
We welcome Aubrey Robin to the Library!
To Do List by Aubrey Robin -- What happened between the shootout and the job offer? Spoilers for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg. Rated PG-13 for language.
Revenge of the Washing Machines by Robyn -- On a late fall evening, a series of mishaps prevent Jim and Blair from getting the wash done the usual way.
Strong Enough to Be Your Friend by Kim Heggen -- An injury in the line of duty forces Jim and Blair both to make agonizing decisions, and leads them on a journey of grief, betrayal, and redemption. In other words, it ain't a comedy, folks.
July 25, 1999
To Sleep... by Becky -- Comfort is given and received in the aftermath of minor injuries during a case.
Bullies by Sentarla
July 24, 1999
Under the Cover of Darkness by Cindy Combs -- When a scientist is abducted and taken behind enemy lines, he and his friends must find some way back before the Roaches can target his sons. #3 in The Roachia Series.
Response to a Challenge by Sentarla -- Response to Killash the Great's Challenge Number Six.
July 23, 1999
A Time To Heal by D.L. Witherspoon -- Blair and Jim both recover from Stephen's attack. #4 in The Alternate Reality Series.
We welcome Peachie to the Library!
Impact by Peachie -- While helping Simon's son work on a high school project, Blair once again ends up in the ER. Small spoilers for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg. Smarm, angst, and some h/c, but not too much plot.
July 22, 1999
If You Go Down to the Woods Today by Hazel -- Response to a story challenge from DawnC, on the SentinelAngst List. Jim and Blair are having a water fight. One gets hurt and thinks the other is to blame.
In the Zone by Wildeskind -- Sequel to In the Rain. Slight mention of Sentinel Too, Part 2.
July 21, 1999
Home Alone by Medie -- Blair. Home alone. A Ricky Martin CD. 'Nuff said. Rated G.
July 20, 1999
Vision Quest by JET -- Blair searches for answers to his questions about his role as Jim's shaman. Takes place sometime after Warriors and Sentinel Too, Part 2, but before the series finale. A small reference to Switchman. Rated G.
Duet by JET -- Both take place before the series finale. Part One: The aftermath of Blair's decision not to 'wait in the truck.' Part Two: Blair has a surprising reaction to a school shooting. Rated PG for violence and language.
July 19, 1999
A new Featured Author Exhibit -- an interview with Mackie -- is now up. Enjoy!
July 18, 1999
Nom de Guerre by Taleya -- During the Second World War, OSS Officer James Ellison is airdropped to make contact with a group of Maquis fighters in occupied France, becoming part of the French Resistance. Rated R for violence and disturbing, adult issues.
July 17, 1999
Memories Prisoners by Suzie -- To quote John Lancaster Spalding: "As memory may be a paradise from which we cannot be driven, It may also be a hell from which we cannot escape."
Trekkin' by Becky -- Remember that Star Trek convention Blair mentioned in Weekend Plans...? This is another 'alphabet' story as a sequel.
July 16, 1999
We welcome Tegan to the Library!
Night Echoes by Becky -- A drabble.
Moving Day by Ronnee -- A sequel to The Protests Begin. This story contains spoilers for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
Soliloquy: Reflections on Friendship by JET -- Smarm, angst, and no real plot. Just the good stuff! Post-The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
Triptych by D.L. Witherspoon -- Three views of a single incident.
But I Digress by Iris Wilde -- A short, humorous (I hope) piece written for a fellow fan.
July 15, 1999
The Sentinel at War: Chapter 3 by Trish -- The next installment in Trish's ongoing The Sentinel at War Series.
We welcome Black Jag to the Library!
Gestapo Jim and Doormat Blair by Black Jag -- A sarcastic piece in response to the nonsense going on on the Senfic List.
July 13, 1999
Open Spaces by Virginia Foster -- Alternate/extended ending for Prisoner X. Blair helps Jim deal with the emotional aftermath of the undercover assignment.
Believe in You by Medie -- Blair's home sick and he's got the radio going.
We welcome Wildeskind, Captain Outrageous, and AngieT to the Library!
And It Rained by Wildeskind -- It's a lonely night and Simon's gone driving in the rain.
Generation Gap by Sorcha -- Well, the title says it all.
A Quiet Weekend by AngieT -- On a weekend fishing trip, Jim and Simon get in trouble and it's Blair to the rescue! (This is the gen auction story won by DawnC, and is located at Dawn's Blair Angst Fiction Page.)
July 12, 1999
We welcome Sue Kelley to the Library!
Two Boxes by Sue Kelley -- Spoilers for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
July 11, 1999
Ordinary Days: Entry #2 by Impala -- This is the next entry in the Ordinary Days: Chronicles of a Sentinel and His Guide. This one is written from Jim's POV as well, and receives a rating of PG-13 for the scant use of that kind of language.
Bad Analogies and Cliches by Quiltaday -- Ten (10) bad analogies, plus three (3) The Sentinel cliches, plus it starts off with "It was a dark and stormy night." I couldn't refuse.
July 10, 1999
Waiting for the Past by Alberte -- An epilogue to The Waiting Room. Buried memories from Ellison's past catch up to him as a consequence of recent events.
Right Words by Katie -- This is an epilogue to The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
July 9, 1999
You Are by JET -- Just a smarmy little thing that had been playing around in my mind. No real plot, just warm fuzzies.
Redemption by JET -- This is a sequel to Final Sojourn and contains spoilers for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
July 8, 1999
We welcome Leah Starsky to the Library!
Growing Pain by Leah Starsky -- In the aftermath of The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg, reality rears its ugly head.
July 7, 1999
No Words by Becky -- Can you say smarm? ~grin~. A drabble.
Mud Pies by WhiteJazz -- Jim, Blair, and lots and lots of mud.
July 5, 1999
Traditions and Memories by Medie -- Another story in the Counterparts Series (which is the Annie and Jo series); it's a little story in honor of Canada Day and the corresponding Memorial Day in NFLD, in honor of the Newfoundlanders who died at Beaumont Hamel. Original characters.
A new Featured Author Exhibit -- an interview with Suzie -- is now up. Enjoy!
July 4, 1999
The Mirth of Fourth by Wnnepooh -- Just Jim and Blair sharing some down time on July 4th...
Destinies Entwined by Mackie -- When Blair is poisoned as part of a Chinese crime lord's plot to set up shop in Cascade, help comes from an unexpected source. Crossover with Kung Fu: The Legend Continues.
The Last 4th of July of the Century by Stargazer
July 3, 1999
Moving On by Hazel -- Sequel to After the Fact. Jim and Blair finally have that talk. Spoilers for The Sentinel by Blair Sandburg.
July 2, 1999
We welcome T. Evans and Quiltaday to the Library!
Research Animals by Quiltaday -- #3 in the Dark Mood Series. Ever wonder what was up with the student from Understanding? Well, here ya go. Remember, in the Dark Mood Series, my motto is "An owie is a terrible thing to waste."
July 1, 1999
Fish Stories by Robyn -- Six short stories. Sometimes Jim and Blair go fishing and the bad guys don't show up ~grin~. Sometimes the fish don't either.