27 Dec 2006
fanfic archive owner, reader, occasional writer, mom to a little coochee-coochee baby girl, wife.
Ronon smelled like an early morning prayer. Like the incense her mother used to send up in drifts of smoke that smelled like spice and wood.
Set during Lost Boys
Updated: 10 Nov 2005; Published: 10 Nov 2005
Oh yeah. That's what I'm talking about! Cheers.
He thinks of both of them. (Ronon/Elizabeth, Ronon/Teyla)
Updated: 09 Jun 2006; Published: 09 Jun 2006
Certainly interesting. I like your characterisation of the man.
She needs something stronger, harder, more
Updated: 12 Jun 2006; Published: 12 Jun 2006
When I saw that EP it was all I could think about. I mean they were so hyped-up, so primal, it was a real letdown that none of that tension was played out. Thank you for filling the gap.
Ronon shares a bit of Sateda with the team.
Updated: 24 Mar 2007; Published: 17 Sep 2006
A definite favourite of mine. Thank you for helping flesh out Ronon Dex.
A nice accompanying piece to the first one. More to come?
Chapter 3: Spirit of Place
For a J/T ficathon, John and Teyla on a "diplomatic mission" together. Mostly implied things.
Updated: 29 Nov 2006; Published: 29 Nov 2006
As much as I like to see Teyla with Ronon, I really think that she and John have something special. Your story touched on that just the way I see it.
Elizabeth sends the away team to the other side of the Pegasus galaxy to a modern world that rivals Earth in trade and technology. The people are very open and friendly, especially to Teyla who finds common ground with them because of her years of experience trading and negotiating for her people. When the others plan to return to Atlantis, they ask her to stay longer to tour the capitol city. Teyla then asks John to stay with her so he can help with the work and so she won't be alone. They immediately fall into a post-modern scenario where all is calm and the storms are unseen.
Updated: 06 Feb 2007; Published: 07 Jan 2007
You've certainly created an interesting world with the Ixori. Is there more chapters to come?
Author's Response: The second half is almost finished, but school just started. It should be posted next week. I'm glad you found it interesting.
Imprisoned by a cruel and repressive government, John, Rodney and Teyla are forced to make sacrifices to save each other's lives and keep the flame of hope burning. Warning: Very lightly implied noncon. Also, bugs.
Updated: 25 Jan 2007; Published: 22 Jan 2007
OOoh, this is very interesting. I'm not finished yet, just started part 3, but I find it difficult to leave it. Definitely a page-turner. I do hope you're planning on finishing it. I don't read WIPs normally. Will review again when I'm done. Good work!
Chapter 1: Part 1, Chapter 1
I really enjoyed this. As sad as it is, at least father and son find each other. I particularly liked the team's dynamic, together and apart. The silent communication, the unconditional caring for one another. It's also an interesting plot. Many thanks.
Author's Response: Thanks for the feedback, dolarabee. I tried hard to put out there the idea that members of the team are able to communicate without saying a whole lot. So I'm glad that that came through.
Chapter 21: Part 3, Chapter 7
Summary: "...grief is still grief. Burying it doesn't make it go away."
We all have secrets we don't share. A look at Teyla's life before Atlantis. Set after mid-season 3.
Updated: 19 Feb 2007; Published: 17 Feb 2007
Very moving. Not sure Teyla would be so detached, or would bury something like the loss of her son, but you certainly made it convincing. Well written. And Ronon is ever so supportive.
Author's Response: Well, the thing with Teyla is that while very emotional, she's also very private, and in this case she didn't believe she had the right to mourn her child. To her mind, any mourning should have happened when she left Nalan, not when he died two years later. I'm glad it works, at least. I'll actually probably be re-writing bits of it (read: adding a few flashbacks) in a short while, but no set ideas when yet. Thanks for reading ^_^ And I think that Ronon would /be/ supportive, in a quiet way, and he /gets/ loss and the inability/lack of opportunity to mourn.
Episode Tag: The Return, pt. 2. Jack O'Neill has a talk with John Sheppard and Ronon Dex. Written as a response to a suggestion by jrldsmith.
Updated: 19 Feb 2007; Published: 18 Feb 2007
Author's Response: Thank you for commenting. Glad you liked it.
Ronon and Teyla. Lots of flirting and lots of stick-fighting. What more need be said?
Updated: 25 Apr 2007; Published: 24 Apr 2007
Nice and poetic.
Author's Response: Thank you! *hugs* Jen.
Chapter 1: Points of Attraction
Ronon/Cadman. Some connotation of explosive.
Updated: 03 May 2007; Published: 03 May 2007
Hot. Hard and fast. I can really see Dex and Cadman like this.
Ronon returns from a mission with Lorne's team and the other three welcome him home. AU based in 30toseoul's OT4 world, with permission, which is only AU in the idea that the team are a stable quartet.
Updated: 24 Jun 2007; Published: 21 Jun 2007
Really enjoyed this. And the ending was particularly touching.
Double-drabble; Teyla enforces mandatory combat training and Carson decides maybe he doesn't mind after all.
Updated: 02 Jan 2008; Published: 02 Jan 2008