03 Apr 2005
Ex-philosopher, though still dabbles occasionally. It doesn't pay like it used to. Writer, day-dreamer, daughter to a neurotic and a hippy. A lot rubbed off.
She didn't get it before...she does now.
Updated: 25 Nov 2004; Published: 25 Nov 2004
Really lovely. Short but captures a heck of a lot of emotion and thought from Weir.
Author's Response: thank you so very much and thank you for taking the time to leave a comment.
Chapter 1: Monday Morning Quarterbacking
An incident on a mission forces Sheppard and McKay to face the tension that has risen between them.
Updated: 28 Feb 2005; Published: 28 Feb 2005
Lovely bit of character work. You've captured them nicely (loved Ford's comment, *sniggers*).
"And the little green men just *carried* McKay off?"
Updated: 03 Apr 2005; Published: 03 Apr 2005
Hee! Very cute, very funny, and something I'd love to see on screen. That man's ego can't get any bigger, can it?
Author's Response: Thank you! He certainly does have a large ego. But it's so much fun to play with. :)
Chapters: 0 [Table of Contents
Word count: 0; Completed: No
Updated: 01 Jan 1970; Published: 01 Jan 1970
Holy moly! I'm hooked after one chapter!
Great chapter. Love the thoughts running through Rodney's head, that although he's terrified - understandably - he's with it enough to put the interests of his team before his own. Really nice, original story.
Just wonderful. Great descriptions, love the disconnectedness of McKay - you put that across wonderfully.
Not sure if you're aware of its existence but you should join the Yahoo group "SGAHC", a list for whumping fics. They'd love this.
There's no point worrying about what didn't happen.
Updated: 26 Jun 2005; Published: 26 Jun 2005
Great fic! Loved the chopping about between past and present, and the idea of McKay constantly thinking: "Okay, in five more minutes I'll be okay with this" - when obviously it's going to take a lot longer. (Now how about a sequel?!)
Every man has a dream
Author's notes: Don't ask me what I was thinking. Had a little spare time and an old drabble that was squealing for a new lease on life.
Updated: 03 Sep 2005; Published: 03 Sep 2005
This is insane. And I love it!
Sometimes technology demands more than just a gene. (Now with sequel.)
Updated: 14 Feb 2006; Published: 09 Sep 2005
So very clever - and there isn't much fanfic that you can say that about. It's an ingenious concept, particularly when it's Rodney granted sudden 'omniscience', and it's genuinely creepy and angsty and... yeah. Fantastic. I just wish it was longer!
Author's Response: Thanks! I was aiming for creepy (which is vaguely creepy in itself).
Markham, Beckett, Sheppard, Zelenka. Betty, Huey, Domino, Snap.
Updated: 24 Sep 2005; Published: 24 Sep 2005
This is so original! It's clever and inventive, yet completely in character, and manages to be both touching and slightly sad at the same time.
Author's Response: Oh, neat! I'm glad you liked it. It was fun to do a connected set of drabbles like that, and try and get the character voices right. Thanks!
Chapter 1: 400 Words About 4 Puddle Jumpers
This is a fic for TJ, who wanted an angst story based on the movie "Cube" starring David Hewlett. This is what I came up with. :) **Now complete with 11 chapters.
Updated: 05 Jan 2006; Published: 17 Dec 2005
Very, very creepy and vivid, but excellently done. Loved the awkward conversation between Carson and Rodney at the end. Great fic.
Chapter 11: chapter eleven
McKay is eager to study new technology that offers a chance of preserving memories of the culled, but Atlantis's new trading partners want something in return.
Updated: 23 Jun 2006; Published: 30 Dec 2005
Seriously loving this fic. You have a lovely way of writing and you capture all the characters wonderfully, including the OCs (which I always think is impossibly hard). Can't wait for the next update.
Author's Response: Thank you! I have trouble with OCs, too - - I'm trying hard to keep Midran in three dimensions, and it's good to hear that it's working. More will be up later this week and I hope you stick around.
Gah! I'm with Sheppard on this one, revenge is sounding good. Horrible, horrible experience of McKay, and of Ronan and Sheppard watching over him - but so vividly depicted. I'm in love with this story.
Author's Response: Thank you! Nice to hear that you share Sheppard's interest in retaliation.
Each chapter of this astounds me and this chapter is no different. It's heartbreaking and beautiful and just... wow, really. I love Ronan's perspective - utterly believable. And having Kavanagh come up with the drug is just... perfect.
Author's Response: Thank you! I adore Ronon and I thought it was definitley time he had a POV spot - - and I couldn't resist using Kavanagh. I'm glad the characterizations worked for you.
Chapter 13: Chapter Thirteen
Sheppard has that sinking feeling in the middle of a Wraith culling. Warnings for language and violence.
Updated: 05 Mar 2006; Published: 02 Jan 2006
Great fic! Any fic which whumps Shep and McKay is good, but this was a great story - lots of tension, the swamp was described so well I really felt the creepiness, and then the chaotic panic of the mob scene - really great stuff. Great ending too.
Author's Response: Hi, cybersyd! Thanks! I'm so glad you enjoyed it. I saw a picture of a mangrove swamp and thought it would be a good setting for a culling. Thanks for the review! I appreciate it. JJ
"It would have been a peaceful picture if Radek hadn't seen the set of Sheppard's jaw, the white-knuckled grasp on the mug and the tension in his shoulders."
Characters: Elizabeth Weir
, John Sheppard
, Radek Zelenka
, Rodney McKay
, Ronon Dex
, Teyla Emmagan
, Character Study
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents
Word count: 4992; Completed: Yes
Updated: 18 Jun 2007; Published: 03 Jan 2006
Just lovely. Choosing Zelenka's POV as an outsider works amazingly well and the snippets of body language, the occasional touch, or look - all of them perfectly in character. Wonderful fic.
Author's Response: Thank you for your kind words. I hadn't originally planned for it to be from Zelenka's POV, but was surprised to find out later on how well it worked, especially with regards to the others. And I firmly believe that Radek would observe, but never judge. I'm glad you enjoyed the story!