06 Feb 2007
Two guys being very very quiet. Place it where you like in the timeline.
Updated: 19 Nov 2004; Published: 19 Nov 2004
I love this story. It is one of the hottest, most intense pieces of McShep I've ever run across and made me read the rest your work. I can't believe I forgot to leave a review the first time I read it, but I must have been off fanning myself, holding a cold drink to my forehead, you know...
The morning after from Sheppard's perspective. It's a sort of fractured sequel to 'Silence Is Golden', and my little attempt at using Sheppard's voice.
Updated: 19 Nov 2004; Published: 19 Nov 2004
I love this story--you got their voices just right. Completely believable as well. Keep it up--we want more!
Neurotic headspace smut. Closest to a PWP I'll ever get.
Updated: 29 Dec 2004; Published: 29 Dec 2004
I know everyone has their favorite Rodney lines here, but I think this one tops them all:"Don't speak, you keep shattering that hazy layer of denial." Just. Perfect.
Elizabeth has decided to create a bulletin board for the posting of important notices. This series of ficlets, drabbles, and other madness is the result.
Characters: Aiden Ford
, Carson Beckett
, Elizabeth Weir
, John Sheppard
, Radek Zelenka
, Rodney McKay
, Teyla Emmagan
, PWP - Plot, What Plot?
Chapters: 137 [Table of Contents
Series: Memoranda From the Edge
Word count: 54547; Completed: Yes
Updated: 19 Apr 2007; Published: 01 Aug 2005
I decided to submit my review here (as opposed to the individual memo set I liked the best) because I felt the person starting at the beginning of the series should read this. THESE MEMOS ARE GREAT. I love the way they tellingly reveal character traits as well as parallel the episodes so they *feel* very much like canon! I whipped through them at great speed last night, but was also impressed by the medical details as well. Kudos to the author!
When John Sheppard was eighteen, he fell in love. (Written for the sga_flashfic Harlequin challenge.)
Updated: 20 Sep 2005; Published: 20 Sep 2005
Be still my beating heart! Wow! Hot story--amazing pix. (Fans self and pulls a cold drink from the fridge...)
Chapter 1: Second Chances
It annoys Rodney a great deal at first, because with every new second they spend together he's begun thinking mine
. It's irrational and stupid. But seriously, mine
he thinks more than often.
Updated: 06 Nov 2005; Published: 06 Nov 2005
This is a beautiful and incredibly well-done piece--in fact downright lyrical at times. I loved the part about Sheppard being a mask that John wears, and him hanging around J's neck in the form of dog tags. Awesome!
A short character profile for Sheppard.
Updated: 21 Jun 2007; Published: 10 Dec 2005
"and the new Johnny's to go with them". Whew,you oack alot into that one sentence right there. Very well done!
This scene is an outtake from a version of "A Little Bit Crazy" that didn't get written, as mentioned in my DVD style commentary
of the fic. So I consider it an AU outtake. Which is another way of saying it's a porny little PWP that I indulged myself by writing.
Updated: 21 Jan 2006; Published: 21 Jan 2006
okay, the really *hot* portion aside, this is great stuff! John's reasons for breaking up, his behavior and then Rodney's anger (as well as his decision to make John change his mind) all rang very true. The hot part didn't hurt either...:-)
Chapter 1: More Than A Little
Aliens made them do it ... but they didn't have to try very hard.
Updated: 01 Feb 2006; Published: 01 Feb 2006
Wow! What a terrific story. I loved the set-up and the descriptions of the negotiations on the various planets had me snickering with laughter. Then to have the story take a sudden serious turn...I felt like John, blindsided by Rodney's anger. Loved the part about John hiding from everyone and thinking he could settle for less because he couldn't really have what he wanted. beautifully done!
Author's Response: Thanks. This is one of my favourite stories, and I can\'t seem to write something all serious or all funny, so there\'s always a bit of a turn somewhere in my stuff. Glad it worked for you.
This story deals with the aftermath of sexual violence.
Updated: 17 Feb 2006; Published: 17 Feb 2006
wow! What an incredibly powerful story. I would love to go into great detail about how beautifully done it was, how it rang true to both characters and content, but I'm sorta speechless. Wow!
Chapter 1: Place Your Hand
So, McKay was a talker. Like that was a surprise.
Updated: 17 Apr 2006; Published: 16 Apr 2006
What I really liked about this piece was the evolution of the relationship as seen through (mostly) the things that Rodney says during sex. You created some powerful images with just a few words as well--extremely well done!!
A touch doesn't have to mean everything. The follow-up McKay POV is called "Solve for Y."
Updated: 01 Jun 2006; Published: 01 Jun 2006
Wow, for a first time foray into this fandom, you certainly came out of the gate running--no pun intended, but we'll take them as they come anyway. Glad to know there's more where this came from!
Author's Response: Thanks so much! I love this fandom, and want to write much much more for it.
Chapter 1: Better in the Long Run
The words aren't that important after all. (Sequel to Besieged and Unnatural Blue.)
Updated: 02 Jun 2006; Published: 02 Jun 2006
I so totally loved the complete inability on the part of either one of them to articulate their feelings--and yet they both understood each other just the same. Terrific!
A comic-book version of "Being Brave" by Leah.
Updated: 31 Oct 2007; Published: 29 Jun 2006
I'm in awe of your talents here. You have an amazing gift. I think what strikes me most is your ability to convey, with the sparest of lines, a whole host of facial expressions. I cannot conceive of the time it took to do this. I am not usually a fan of the graphic novel, but you've made a convert out of me! Of course now we're all panting for the rest!
Author's Response: Geeze, Madison! You nearly made me cry here.... I have been away for so long and haven\'t checked any reviews regularly and now this. I love your stories and to think you actually read this.... I know I\'m a lazy bitch sometimes, so I really have to sit down and draw some more, I know and I will. *grabs pencil and runs*
Chapter 19: Page Seventeen
"Are you kicking me out of my own room?"
Updated: 06 Jul 2006; Published: 06 Jul 2006
This truly is one of my favorite stories. The scenes between R and J are just hot, hot, hot and I love the image of R sitting like a watch dog outside the door all night. Great stuff!
Rodney should have expected something like this to happen. Post-ep for 3x03 'Irresistable.'
Updated: 25 Aug 2006; Published: 25 Aug 2006
ooooh, wicked! Just beautiful...
In which Rodney eats an orange. Sort of.
Updated: 19 Sep 2006; Published: 19 Sep 2006
Wow. This was downright lyrical and so lovely it took my breath away. Then to have all that tie into the orange being the epitomy of things that Rodney cannot have...wow!
Summary: Sheppard, who's wearing tight black jeans, whose dogtags glitter exotically against an even tighter black t-shirt and who, quite possibly, has a smudge of kohl around each glowing green eye. He looks stunning. More than stunning. He looks like sex
Updated: 17 Nov 2006; Published: 17 Nov 2006
What an amazing character study of both men. I say that like the hot sex doesn't matter, don't I? But seriously, very well done...
"I just wanted to, you know, talk to you about something." Rodney quickly saved his work and turned to face Sheppard. "Oh, God. Really?" McKay & Mrs. Miller tag.
Updated: 23 Nov 2006; Published: 23 Nov 2006
Ah, an excellent tag for that episode. I sometimes get frustrated with the things I wish the show would bring up, even as I recognize how much stuff ends up on the cutting room floor as it is. This small scene would have been a perfect fit however.
Summary: Everyone seemed to believe he was dead. Well, everyone except for Rodney, and John was starting to wonder if maybe Rodney was wrong on this one.
Updated: 12 Dec 2006; Published: 12 Dec 2006
This story has all the elements I like best...a desperate situation, an eye-opening revelation, a little angst, a great solution. Perfect.
Author's Response: In other words, one of the nicest clichés out there. *g* Thank you!