Titles - H
Summary: Squeal to 'She Never Sleeps'. Elizabeth's POV. Contains spoilers from Ghost in the Machine. Implied Replicator related abuse/torture.
Summary: The Pegasus Galaxy is 293,710,536,000,000,000,000 miles away. Give or take a mile or so. Or an orgasm or two.
Summary: Following an unfortunate botanical incident, John finds himself unable to use his hands to deal with some, ah, personal issues.
Summary: John + embareASSing injury x Rodney = pun fodder
Summary: The members of the Atlantis Expedition each have their own ways of adjusting to life in the Pegasus Galaxy. Frankly, John Sheppard thinks that the Science team are all quite mad.
Summary: "Have you ever noticed that rushing things seems to be a theme in this galaxy?" (Episode tag to 'The Intruder')
Summary: John and Rodney's first day in high school as top and sub.
Summary: After the mission ("Whispers"), the members of Teldy's team relax. Dusty Mehra/Alison Porter, Alicia Vega/Anne Teldy
Summary: Several mini-fics written for the Happyfest on Livejournal. All of them are, well, happy. A Chuck-centered gen fic with his thoughts on the SGC, a dialog-only Lorne/McKay fic featuring Morning-Person!John, and look at Cameron Mitchell's crazy uncle's plans regarding John after Continuum.
Summary: During the events of "Trio," Dr. Keller's game of "Would you Rather?" evolves into the release of some hidden feelings for certain members of the Atlantis expedition.
Summary: John and Rodney meet in high school, in an AU of Xanthe's "Coming Home."
Summary: The events of the next day, immediately following "High School Confidential: John." Rodney and John learn more about each other; John meets some of the McKays.
Summary: Elizabeth Weir comes back to Atlantis. (Heightmeyer/Sheppard/Weir.)
Summary: On the planet, Atlantis was never quiet, but she fell silent in space.
Summary: John's tired. He's tired, and sometimes he just wants to quit, but he loves flying, even if it is in Antarctica.
Summary: Images of the fallen roam freely through his mind. When he does sleep, it's only to greet the ghosts of those he'll never see again.