Data's Journey

 

A free fan fiction book about Data

from Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG)

 

Data starts a relationship with a woman from a newly discovered planet.

But what does she really want?

Why is she really there?

And is Data ready for the consequences?

 

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If you're looking for a story with lots of action, violence, and shoot 'em up, this is NOT your book.

If on the other hand, you like intrigue, adventure, romance, hot sex, harrowing situations, and deeply touching moments - this is YOUR book.
Enjoy it - it's free!

 

***** THIS BOOK CONTAINS ADULT MATERIAL *****

 

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ORIGINAL VERSION

contains many explicit sex scenes

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Many explicit (consensual, non-violent, sometimes a little kinky) sex scenes (we're using Data's sexual programming to the fullest!) including bisexual sex (Data's sampling the menu).
But there are also plot points and inner monologue, so Data's experiences show his learning and growth, as well as bits of information that become important and even pivotal later on.
Along with what I mentioned further up the page, there is also the experience of discovering a new culture.
It's a lovely arch of a life for Data - my blowing kiss goodbye to the iconic character.

 

RATED R VERSION

contains some non-explicit sex scenes

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I removed most of the sex scenes (door closes on bedroom scenes), except a couple that had plot points that I couldn't get around any other way. I did adjust those so they are non-explicit.
I prefer the original version, because I feel it shows Data's development and relationship more fully, and I feel it loses something with the redactions. But I did this version in case there were people who wanted it.

 

 

If you like my book, please let me know at my twitter account.
It took me nearly eight months to write this story, and I'd love to know if folks enjoyed it.

@KnzVibe

If you didn't like it, you don't need to let me know. The book was free, after all!