Titles - B
Summary: SGA Flashfiction Response - Culture Clash. A few bad apples can spoil a whole outpost.
Sometimes the past and the future collide in the most unexpected places.
Spoilers: Set during and just after the Atlantis second season episode "Intruder".
Summary: John, Rodney and bears, oh my. My entry in Slodwick's Worst Case Scenario Challenge. My prompt was how to survive a bear attack.
Summary: Regardless of what others believe, even Elizabeth needs reassurance. Set during: "The Storm/The Eye".
Summary: When the boys tease Sheppard about McKay's sexuality, Sheppard begins to question his own feelings while avoiding McKay, until an accident off-world forces a confrontation.
Summary: "You're telling me that I am in Atlantis. Atlantis, as in the mighty, mystical, wowzaa, sunken city! WTF?"
Clearly this was not Xander's day.
Slash Pairing: Xander Harris/Rodney McKay (BtVS/SGA)
Written for lj community crossovers100.
Summary: Apocalyptic/tragedy fic, Zelenka/Heightmeyer. This wasn't happening to her...
Summary: The Wraith's eyes are black, just a hint of color around the rim, everything else cold and dark and probably the last thing Rodney will ever see.
Summary: Rodney McKay never made a nuclear bomb in his life. Although it's possible Dr. Sheppard might have made a few.
Summary: Well we already established that they have a mental connection. Jeannie must have known something was going on. Crossover with Dr Who. Sequel to Box Of Surprises.
Summary: Sometimes Kavanagh thinks he'd like to see the whole place in flames... Kavanagh/Montag, crossover with Fahrenheit 451, but you don't really need to know that story.
Summary: John and Elizabeth find themselves in a compromising position. Slight Shep/Weir
Summary: What a way to relieve discomfort. . . I admit I kinda threw this together quickly, but it seems to read well. This was the result of a TV pause while working on another story. :) Enjoy it anyway, LOL!!
Summary: John and Rodney in the first year of the expedition. Sometimes love is a journey, sometimes it's a gantlet, and sometimes it's a baptism by fire.