The Log Entries of Jenny Terran 00-42 by A B Potts
Jenny Terran is the creation of science-fiction author, A B Potts. An avid Star Trek fan since it first came to our TV screens in 1969, the Jenny Terran log entries are penned weekly purely for fun. For that reason, they are not as polished as the author's novels, but entertaining nonetheless. They are a tribute to Gene Roddenberry and his team who have brought us so many great adventures. * * * * * The right of A B Potts to be identified as the author has been asserted in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act, 1988. Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space 9, Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise are registered trademarks of Paramount Pictures and their respective owners; no copyright violation is intended.
Guilty as charged. I spent most of my childhood daydreaming in worlds inspired by the likes of Jules Verne, Gene Roddenberry and Ian Fleming. Further fuelled by TV programmes such as Doctor Who, The Professionals, The Man from UNCLE and Tomorrow’s World, it is only to be expected that my stories should be imaginative and futuristic with a hint of humour. At school, whilst others were listening to and absorbing the cold, hard facts of the French Revolution, I was running amuck through the streets of France with the Scarlet Pimpernel saving the Dauphin from the evil clutches of ‘Les Citoyens’. Nowadays, I have a very dull job as a bookkeeper so I continue to daydream of intergalactic fire fights and car chases though the Stelvio Pass with various baddies attempting to machine gun me into oblivion... ... and so you see, I'm off on my travels again. It really is that easy for me to be transported to these other worlds. Places I now want to share with others. I just hope you get as much enjoyment from my stories as I have.