Miso no Tsuki [Contact
08 Feb 2005
A picture's worth more than a few questions...
Updated: 16 Jan 2006; Published: 16 Dec 2005
Hello! And, wow this is good and MORE! Please! Love the interactios between the boys, Radek is good and so is Carson. Rodney seems on form too.Will pop over to LJ and se what all the fuss is about accents, plus get next bit. Squeeeee!
Author's Response: Thank you. I'm glad you liked. Please feel free to pop on over. Always welcome the visit.
Chapter 3: Carson-centric Musings
Rodney claimed he would have figured it out eventually, that he was a genius, and it was only a matter of time and - if case John hadn't noticed - he'd been a little busy saving Atlantis from imminent doom of one sort or another, so excuse the hell out of him if he wasn't actually aware that the head of Atlantis's military was pining away with big gay love for him.
Updated: 25 Jan 2006; Published: 29 Dec 2005
Oh yes! brilliant use of humour and their voices are spot on. I loved the way Rodney just took "being turned gay" in his stride and the told John off for not doing it earlier!!! thank you :D
Author's Response: see, I think Rodney is practical...he's not going to turn down sex with anybody that hot!
John gets Czech lessons. Rodney gets irritated.
Updated: 10 Jan 2006; Published: 09 Jan 2006
Oh yes! I like this! Evil Radek, sneaky John and Rodney is really going to get an earful now, isn't he? Dekuji velice moc!
To reach a stage in our existence where a new beginning is possible, we must live in moments of true present. To do that we must first accept our points of origin.
Updated: 02 Feb 2006; Published: 23 Jan 2006
This is definately interesting! I like the slow build and the detail here. So...more please! :)
Author's Response: Thank you! It was written pretty slowly as well, in bits and pieces over couple of months.
Chapter 3: Chapter 3. Michael
John Sheppard is determined to bring to ruin the villainous McKay family. But young (ok, youngish) Rodney interferes with his plans.
Okay, so this is what comes of reading the Harlequin SGA website which triggers memories of reading a thousand Regency/Historical novels as an impressionable youngster (**eek**, no wonder I'm twisted). The result is this complete and utter cliche
I make no guarantees as to the accuracy of any of the historical/british terms and settings depicted in this story. They are from my fuzzy memory of romance novels. Nuff said.
Updated: 30 Jun 2006; Published: 02 Feb 2006
Ok, I *wasn't* going to read this. Then I did and now I'm hooked.It's sooooo bad. I love it!It's just,just wonderful. I'm laughing and crying and you did this to me, you, you melodrama-mongerer you!
Gonna rec this on LJ. Hee hee! :)
Author's Response: Thank you :) And thanks for reccing me. But whatever melodrama do you mean? **hee**
Awww...it's over! *sniffs* And it was sooo good! Thank you for a terrific read, a blindingly funny concept (Kavanagh as a tub-thumping mustachio'd blackguard, too much!)LOL!
And one of the hottest sex scenes I've read in ages!*drools*
It was perfect. And I hate Regency Romance novels!Look what you did to me!
Thank you! :)
Author's Response: Thank you! And wow, you don't even like regencies **blush**. Hmm, I'm trying to think of my favorite regency authors now...Mary Balogh, Julia Quinn, Mary Jo Putney...argh, I'm blanking on the rest. Well, thank you again :)
The real John's about as far from a hero as you can get. In fact, he's a demon.
Updated: 28 Jul 2006; Published: 10 Feb 2006
*Applause* The dialogue fairly crackles along, in voice for them both. Fascinating concept, brilliantly done!
...more? Pretty please? You could go *anywhere* witn this...
Chapter 2: Accommodations
Summary: "Worst case scenario?"
"We tear a hole in the fabric of the universe."
Trinity. There was no rational way to handle this.
Updated: 30 Mar 2006; Published: 07 Mar 2006
Wow! Stunned admiration here.Take a bow guys, because this is one of the best written, plotted and actualised stories I have ever seen. Your attention to detail is terrific, their reactions play out right, (or more accurately, *wrong* because of what's happened)characterisation is spot on and the whole concept is original.
I'm hooked. :)
Author's Response: We spent six months on it. Every time we thought we were going to be finished, it got longer. Then it took another month of revision and rewriting after beta, so both of us are really chuffed with every review. Thank you! (Auburn)
Chapter 1: 1/36 - Atropos
I'm so hooked on this! Need my daily fix of high quality fic! Still original, precisely detailed and utterly engrossing,
I'm consumed with jealousy! :)
+fav of course.
Author's Response: Nah, no jealous, please. After all, we were working on the story for 6 months, so we had a bit of time to fine-tune the prose. :o)
Chapter 15: 15/36 - Lachesis
Re: your reply to Anonymouse. Yes, I'm reading this for the *plot* and the characterisation and the obvious anount of research you have done for this. Don't get me wrong, the sex is *go-od*! but, frankly my dears, I'd be coming back each night for more even if this was a "G" rated story. The situations play out believably, given the start point, you seem to have got inside your three characters heads, pushing them into places the series will never go,(Not on primetime US tv, that's fer sure!!!!)and they react, as people often do, badly. Doing the wrong things, going off at a tangent, and even being quite deliberately contrary. Loved John's anger/fear response and Elizabeth's increasing isolation. And odd, how the destruction of an entire universe winds up with Rodney being the *sensible* one?
Thank you knidly :)
Chapter 17: 17/36 - Lachesis
Oh wow! Sooo good! After all, you're only paranoid when you can't *prove* they're after you. But is it Elisabeth or the AI? Wonderful suspense, taut writing, (even the dysfunctional sex,)and a seemingly relentless rush to disaster. (You're not going to kill them *all*, are you?)
And here I am waitng like a junkie for my next fix. You shameless peddlers of addictive fiction! :)
Author's Response: You're not going to kill them *all*, are you? Now, you see, if it was just eretria, you wouldn't need to ask, because she wouldn't. And if it was just me, you wouldn't ask either, because I'm perfectly likely to do just that. Thanks for mentioning the dysfunctional sex, we were weirdly proud of that for some reason.
Chapter 27: 27/36 - Lachesis
You killed Rodney1 And like that? Horrible. And brilliantly, sharply written. Elizabeth, too focussed on her own agenda to *see* until it's too late; John, too trashed to save her. Or even try. Ouch!
So what can you do with the last chapters of this rollercoaster? Just, promise me there is no *waking up* from the dream.
Author's Response: No waking up. Period. For anyone. But this is as dark and low as the story gets. Like the man said, "This isn't hell, but you can see it from here."
Chapter 29: 29/36 - Lachesis
ooh, sneaky! You went round the (n-dimensional) corner there. I like it! And here we are with the Lady with the shears, 5 to go and this is still entralling, fresh and gripping!
Chapter 31: 31/36 - Clotho
Now, stopping it there was just *mean*. Haven't you toyed with us enough? Ah sweet torture...post more, post more!!!!
Chapter 32: 32/36 - Clotho
And nearly there. Utterly brilliant and compelling to the end. Can't wait for the last post :)
Chapter 35: 35/36 - Clotho
*Bravissimo!* Finished with the same style and verve that you started out with. Beautifully concluded and thanks for the epilogue, which rounded it off nicely, allowing the multiplicity of the timelines to be expressed. A terrific read, thank you both so much.
Sends virtual *tiramisu* as gift. :)
Two men, waiting on death row, find solace in each other.
Updated: 11 Mar 2006; Published: 11 Mar 2006
Damnit,you made me cry!!!
He'd promised. And he'd lied.
Updated: 11 Mar 2006; Published: 11 Mar 2006
Ouch! Nicely done, you kept me guessing right to the last line! High quality angst, indeed!
There's always a boom tomorrow.
Updated: 12 Mar 2006; Published: 12 Mar 2006
Oh, please stop!!! I *hurt* from laughing this much. Two of my favourite 'verses in one story. And Rodney is just so, so spot on, and he would never pass up the oppportunity to torment John, like f'revar, about this! Thank you kindly :)
Author's Response: Thank you :) I'm glad you enjoyed it.
To Rodney it was kind of fitting that the last human being in existance, 3 million years in the future, was a trolley-boy from Liverpool. Somewhere the Ancients were laughing at the irony of it all.
> Slash Pairings
Characters: Aiden Ford
, Carson Beckett
, Elizabeth Weir
, John Sheppard
, Radek Zelenka
, Rodney McKay
, Teyla Emmagan
Genres: AU - Alternate Universe
, First Time
Chapters: 2 [Table of Contents
Word count: 1854; Completed: No
Updated: 19 Mar 2006; Published: 17 Mar 2006
Aargh-no! It stops! How could you stop it there when it was just getting interesting!Sit right down (Do *not* write "Fish" several hundred times ;) and do more.Or else I'll be round there with the smeg hammer *g*.
PS Don't apologise for the X-over, I think it's brilliant!!!
Author's Response: Ok Ok ... Am sitting down right now *I am a fish ... I am a fish* :) LOL
Chapter 1: An Unknown Friend