02 Feb 2007
Just another 'Gate fan.
Pre Atlantis. Rodney resigns and returns from Russia. Sam receives an enlightening, if somewhat worrying, email from her most irritating admirer...
Updated: 03 Feb 2009; Published: 11 Aug 2007
I really enjoyed this story. I love the way you portrayed McKay on a guilt trip and losing his confidence, I think you got him just right. Thanks for sharing this.
Author's Response: I\'m glad you thought I got McKay right with the guilt trip and everything. I\'ve always felt like there needed to be something between Redemption and Rising to explain his apparent change in attitude (Redemption showed us a little of the \'softer\' side, but I always wanted something more - so I wrote it!!). Thank you.
Chapter 2: Chapter 2 - The Astrophysicist Who Made a Friend
Five times Ronon slept with a teammate (or seven, depending on how you count these things). Written for the 2007 Ronon Ficathon.
, Threesomes and Moresomes
> All Varieties
, Ship Pairings
> Ronon Dex/Teyla Emmagan
, Slash Pairings
> McKay/Ronon Dex
, Slash Pairings
> Ronon Dex/Sheppard
, Slash Pairings
> Ronon Dex/Other
Characters: John Sheppard
, Rodney McKay
, Ronon Dex
, Teyla Emmagan
Genres: First Time
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents
Word count: 4993; Completed: Yes
Updated: 12 Aug 2007; Published: 12 Aug 2007
IV is perfection. I loved this, thank you!
Author's Response: It was my pleasure! *g* Thank you for reading; I\'m glad you enjoyed it.
Chapter 1: Chapter 1 of 1
Sequel to "The Claws That Catch", wherein Sheppard meets the new Guardian and learns that some things are hard wired, and appearances only go skin deep some of the time.... And a bonus of double Shep whumpage!
Updated: 29 Sep 2007; Published: 05 Sep 2007
*whistles* Nope, slings are a vastly underestimated weapon, especially in the hands of someone who is accurate with one.
I like your twist of the First Ones. It is just like the freaking Ancients to pull a stunt like that.
Author's Response: Yup. I\'ll never forget some of the slides we saw in that PaleoPathology class.... Youchers. And you should have seen the skulls of the people who chewed coca leaves. Blech.
Chapter 8: VIII: Black Sheep
Absolutely brilliant story! I'm very much looking forward to reading the one from Shadow's point of view!
Author's Response: D\'aww. Thanks! After my character in my original fic, Shadow is my second favorite creation. =^.^=
A preacher, a pilot, and a doctor meet in the afterlife and compare notes. Crossover w/Firefly.
Updated: 08 Sep 2007; Published: 06 Sep 2007
Amen. What a bloody stupid plot device that exploding tumor BS was!
Sheppard has lost his team and is being stalked through the forest by an unkown enemy.
Updated: 14 Oct 2007; Published: 14 Oct 2007
LOL! Definitely one of the best and funniest Sue's I've ever read, and there are some good ones out there. I love the Stealth Geek call sign.
This could not possibly be happening. Not *again*.
Categories: Slash Pairings
Characters: Carson Beckett
, Elizabeth Weir
, John Sheppard
, Rodney McKay
, Ronon Dex
, Teyla Emmagan
, First Time
, Hurt ComfortWarnings: Adult themes
, May squick
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents
Word count: 18642; Completed: Yes
Updated: 11 Nov 2007; Published: 11 Nov 2007
*whistles* Wow, there are just so many things to love about this story that it would take me all night to list them all, so I'm just going to give you my top two. I especially love how the time loop ends when John finally feels how Rodney has felt all that time about John's seeming flirtation with death. I also love Rodney's comparison of John with a feral cat and how it affects his courtship of John. I do have a question, though: was Rodney weaving tiny bug baskets a shout out to Orson Scott Card's "Alvin Maker" series, or just Rodney's way of dealing with the boredom?
Author's Response: Thank you! I\'m rather partial to the feral cat image myself (and I\'m afraid I\'ve used it more than once). No the basket weaving was just a way to kill time--it amused me to have Rodney make little tiny baskets as that struck me as being harder to do. I\'m so glad you liked it and let me know--thanks!
Also, all of the details you put into that beginning were so brutally visceral it made my gut cramp. I had to double check the warnings to make certain this wasn't one of those permanent character death stories! Yeesh...
Author's Response: I *did* worry about that and thought if I said something to that effect in the summary, I\'d sort of end up spoiling the impact of the story. Hard to know sometimes how much to say and what to leave out. I certainly didn\'t want to upset anyone! I\'m glad you stuck it out though! :-)
Some fallout after Rodney calls Sheppard, John in Adrift/Lifeline. Just some angst and some fluff.
Updated: 29 Dec 2007; Published: 29 Dec 2007
I never thought of looking at Rodney calling him John that way, but it works really well. I have to say, they way you have John slumped against the wall, hugging himself, creates a really great, emotional visual. The body language speaks volumes.
They'd never been to a restaurant together before.
Complete and total fluff.
Updated: 10 Jan 2008; Published: 10 Jan 2008
The Tolkien fan inside me just squeed like a little girl. I love the idea of calling Rodney Merry! And the story itself was just what I needed right now, sweet and lovely. Thank you!
Summary: After weeks of trying to find the boy's parents (he told them that his mother was Ontario and his father Salmon River, but nobody believed him) or any other relatives, the authorities declared Meredith an orphan.
Updated: 17 Feb 2008; Published: 17 Feb 2008
I am an absolute sucker for faerie tales and this one was lovely. Thank you muchly for sharing it!
Team Sheppard enjoys a little downtime.
Updated: 18 Feb 2008; Published: 18 Feb 2008
Thank you for this story. I've missed this kind of light-hearted banter and warmth in the team in the later seasons and this story is exactly what I wanted. :-)
John reflects on some of his regrets
Spoilers for Outcast
Updated: 20 Feb 2008; Published: 18 Feb 2008
*flails like a fish on dry land*
THIS is exactly what needed to happen at the end of "Outcast"! This is my canon, right here. Also, I love the way you've portrayed Sheppard's near inability to talk about his emotions, it's dead on the money.
(Yes, I'm stalking you this morning. I'm glad I decided to read stories on Wraithbait when I couldn't sleep, because I found all sorts of good stuff you've written that I hadn't seen before!)
Rodney deals with the after effects of his vision. Spoilers for Progeny.
Updated: 22 Feb 2008; Published: 22 Feb 2008
"May squick" with no specifics is really not sufficient warning for rape in a story. I was greatly enjoying this story until I was hit between the eyes by the rather descriptive, matter of fact, sentence long rape scene. And no, it doesn't really matter that the scene in question was an induced hallucination. Thanks ever so for the flashbacks.
Author's Response: I\'m sure you have long forgotten this comment and I hope long forgotten the story, but I don\'t check over here and didn\'t see the comment. I deeply apologize for blindsiding you. I would never want to cause someone a flashback and I didn\'t think this would. Obviously I was wrong.
Nancy visits Atlantis
Spoilers for Outcast, nothing else
Updated: 10 Mar 2008; Published: 10 Mar 2008
I absolutely love your take on Nancy. I'm hoping something similar to this will happen in season 5.
If you decide you want to write more of this, I would very much love to read it! It's about time Rodney got the goods on John after Jeannie and Rod spilled everything about him. *smirk*
Summary: "You are not allowed to show Ronon any more musical movies," Rodney shouted in John's ear.
Total crackfic for sga_flashfic's "Not Dead Yet" Challenge. Set between the Season 4 episodes "Midway" and "The Kindred, Part 1". Slight spoilers. Possible inferred McShep slash.
Updated: 03 Apr 2008; Published: 03 Apr 2008
Oh god, oh god, ow, it hurts! *holds sides, still laughing* This might not have been so bad if I hadn't seen Spamalot on state in Seattle, but I could just visualize Ronon and the Marines doing that number. Thank you for this, I needed that belly laugh!
Chapter 1: "I am not dead yet, I can dance and I can sing..."
Aliens make them not really do it, and Rodney fears he suffers from the aftereffects.
Updated: 06 May 2008; Published: 06 May 2008
Yeah, John Sheppard's porn noises, and Rodney's, for that matter, would definitely have me hot and bothered in no time flat. *nods* This was such hilarious, hot and generally squee causing wonderfulness! Thank you!
Chapter 1: Embrace Yourself (And Others, Too)
Some sacrifices are just worth it.
Updated: 17 Jun 2008; Published: 17 Jun 2008
A de-caffeinated Rodney is a frightening thought and I wonder how long it will be before everyone in Atlantis spikes his water bottle with No-Doz. *grin* Thanks, this made me chuckle and go "Awwww!"
Author's Response: And of course, since *everyone* will do it, Rodney will twitching and buzzing and speaking really, really fast while waving his hands until they have to sedate him and treat him for caffeine toxicity. :-) I had fun with this--I\'m glad you enjoyed it!
Five times that Lorne had to give (something almost, but not entirely unlike) first aid.
Updated: 10 Aug 2008; Published: 06 Jul 2008
Good lord, I grinned all the way through this and laughed out loud in several spots. Satterfield! And John barking at a treed Rodney (a reference to DH's "Treed Murray"?)! Not to mention that of course John named his ship Enterprise. Yep, I'm still grinning!
Author's Response: Glad you found it amusing!
He should have seen this coming. Spoilers thru season 5.
Updated: 23 Aug 2008; Published: 23 Aug 2008
You are my hero! And I so want that t-shirt you were thinking of getting. Complete with the picture of the Pegasus version of the gate and the crew in front of it, x-ed out in red with the words "canceled to bring in a younger demographic" on the front and the text "Hey MGM, I want my money back!" on the back with a list of DVDs, action figures, convention tickets, etc. on the back.
Author's Response: Ooooh, I like this very much (especially the list of items on which money has been spent). I should seriously make a t-shirt before the next con. I\'m glad you enjoyed it--it was very cathartic.