14 Mar 2005
Crazy, fanfic addict, with occasional delusions of writerdom. Who can site all writers responsible for her downward spiral into co-dependance with ongoing slash pairings...
Carson Beckett encounters a piece of Ancient technology which changes his life in more ways than one. Pairing: McKay/Sheppard, Beckett/McKay/Sheppard
Updated: 09 Nov 2005; Published: 15 Feb 2005
Hey, I just have to say I loved this piece. It was heart wrenching and funny, running smoothly through a series of varied emotions. And it really helped that the two cutest scientists in the Pegasus Galay were gettin' it on with a cute major.
Everett was an outsider. He wouldn't understand what John's sacrifice would do to her people.
Updated: 10 Jul 2005; Published: 23 May 2005
Hi, I am really enjoying this story, and it's development so far. But I have one criticism cum plea- stop writing carson that way. His accent is appalling. I am a Glaswegian, and I can actually write in scots even, to an extent, but what you're writing would come out far more like a ned. I don't know where you're from, but a ned, here, is a brain dead moron who you should really congratulate for being able to pronounce there own names. In basics, neds are the dregs of Glasgow (chavs, for an english name) and to have Beckett, one of the very few cool, and cute Glaswegian characters portrayed this way makes me grind my teeth in pure agony. I do, genuinely love this story and the way you are portraying the character, but the language would be much better if you lightened the attempt at the accent. In most cases Glaswegians actually say the same words as anyone else, and even manage better english than the average englishman, it is all in the accent and attitude that makes it come out differently. I am loving the story and hope you will write more soon. thank you
Chapter 3: The Military Mind