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Penname: ca_pierson [Contact]
Real name: Cassandra Pierson Member Since: 30 Nov 2007
Membership status: Member
Reviews by ca_pierson

Summary: "We're friends, and I missed you. Why can't I hold your hand?"

Categories: Slash Pairings > McKay/Sheppard
Characters: Elizabeth Weir, John Sheppard, Rodney McKay, Ronon Dex, Teyla Emmagan
Genres: Angst, First Time, Humour
Warnings: None
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 6490; Completed: Yes
Updated: 01 Jun 2006; Published: 01 Jun 2006
Reviewer: ca_pierson (Signed)
07 May 2009
Oh, lovely!
Chapter 1: One of One

Summary: The epic tale of how John and Rodney fell in love and fell out of bed.

Categories: Slash Pairings > McKay/Sheppard
Characters: John Sheppard, Other, Rodney McKay, Ronon Dex, Teyla Emmagan
Genres: First Time, Graphic Novel, Humour
Warnings: Adult themes
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 1; Completed: Yes
Updated: 11 Nov 2007; Published: 11 Nov 2007
Reviewer: ca_pierson (Signed)
05 Jun 2008
Absolutely wonderful. I giggled - a lot.
Chapter 1: A Bed Too Small

Summary: John has no idea how the prisoners choose the song. He just knows that if he can recognize it, it's been a good day; if he can't, it hasn't.

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Categories: Slash Pairings > McKay/Sheppard
Characters: John Sheppard, Rodney McKay
Genres: Angst, First Time, Hurt Comfort, Pre-slash
Warnings: Adult themes
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 6829; Completed: Yes
Updated: 05 Jun 2008; Published: 05 Jun 2008
Reviewer: ca_pierson (Signed)
27 Aug 2009
Loved this. Especially the apparent trust between John and Rodney ... how much they care for each other, that was so wonderful.
Chapter 1: 1 of 1
Blink by lavvyan [PG-13]
[Reviews - 15]

Summary: I am going to tell you a story. About Dr. McKay and how he bought an eye from me, and how that one small act led to the strangest night in my entire life.

Written for the mcshep_match challenge on LiveJournal.

Categories: Slash Pairings > McKay/Sheppard
Characters: John Sheppard, Other, Rodney McKay
Genres: AU - Alternate Universe, Established Relationship
Warnings: Adult themes
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 4883; Completed: Yes
Updated: 04 Aug 2008; Published: 04 Aug 2008
Reviewer: ca_pierson (Signed)
31 Mar 2010
Creepy! But oh so good. I'm not sure who I was feeling more sorry for, Rodney, or John ... I think Rodney, because John didn't actually know what he lost at that point. Loved it!
Chapter 1: 1/1

Summary: The plots of "Continuum" and "Crystal Skull" moved in together, bought matching pairs of footie pyjamas, got married and had a baby...and this is it. Fusion with SG-1.

Categories: Slash Pairings > McKay/Sheppard
Characters: Daniel Jackson, Jennifer Keller, John Sheppard, Rodney McKay, Ronon Dex, Samantha Carter, Steven Caldwell
Genres: Humour, Hurt Comfort, Pre-slash
Warnings: None
Chapters: 4 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 9783; Completed: No
Updated: 20 Aug 2009; Published: 07 Aug 2008
Reviewer: ca_pierson (Signed)
11 Apr 2009
Lovely story! The idea is really great and I'm looking forward to seeing where you go from here. Your Rodney is great and John's disbelief in him being real was funny.

Author's Response: Thank-you! Hope you like the next chapter! :)
Chapter 2: Chapter 2

Summary: Not good enough gets a second chance.
This Vegas tag is based on another Vegas tag by kisahawklin with her kind permission. Reading her Variations on a Theme of John Sheppard is recommended or a few references may not make sense.

Categories: Slash Pairings > McKay/Sheppard
Characters: John Sheppard, Rodney McKay
Genres: AU - Alternate Universe, Episode Related, Pre-slash
Warnings: None
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 2868; Completed: Yes
Updated: 27 Apr 2009; Published: 27 Apr 2009
Reviewer: ca_pierson (Signed)
30 Apr 2009
I just read kisahawklin's three stories and then yours and I loved your addition to her universe. This is such a wonderful end to what started in Variations and it left off on a positive note that made me smile. Thank you!

Author's Response: Thanks! It\'s good to hear that my add-on fit into kisahawklin\'s \'verse. I felt much better after I gave them a better chance at happy. :-D
Chapter 1: Chapter 1
[Reviews - 4]

Summary: The short stories I wrote for the Cliche Bingo on Livejournal. Each short story will be added as one chapter.

Updated: 02 Sep 2009; Published: 11 Aug 2009
Reviewer: ca_pierson (Signed)
21 Aug 2009
Seriously, I adore this one (It's a kind of magic) so much. Beating it was great and I think you should write more crossovers *nods nods*.

Author's Response: LOL. Yes, sis, I know you think that. But it\'s not so easy. You know how I struggled with this one and I highly doubt it\'s any better with other crossovers. Maybe I will finish that Sentinel x-over one day though ... *hugs* But you\'re welcome to poke me and try to get me to write more crossovers if you like. *grin*
Chapter 4: It's a kind of magic
Baby boom by darkmoore [NC-17]
[Reviews - 12]

Summary: For some reason the contraceptive shots of all the expedition members stopped working. At the same time. And yes, in this universe men can get pregnant, too.

Updated: 21 Mar 2010; Published: 21 Mar 2010
Reviewer: ca_pierson (Signed)
31 Mar 2010
Okay, so you know I've followed all the reviews on this and I figured I might as well leave you one, too, just to ... dunno, balance it out maybe? Or maybe because sometimes it's good to put down and send out what I've already told you personally. Anyway, here goes!

You know I'm very pro-choice, heh, we've 'discussed' it before and I'm sure you remember all our other 'discussions' that are incredibly frustrating - but also lots and lots of fun :D.

That said, when I betaed this I never though of it as propaganda or you being against women, anti-choice or whatever else has been said in previous comments. Considering you were really rather stumped as to how you could possibly get this particular scenario into the shape of a story that isn't 50k words long and spans several months in minute detail. All in all the prompt was really quite restrictive in my opinion, but that in itself is the best way to get what you want from fic exchanges. Detailed prompts aren't all bad, aside from the people who get that one fic that they've been wanting to read for ages, and it's been written specifically for THEM. I think that's the most important part to remember about sga_santa: it's about the people who participate and their perfect fic.

I loved the story as it ended up and I remember I wasn't very kind when I betaed it. Probably was very frustrating because, knowing myself, I gave you quite a few comments. I was there throughout the writing process and I know how much you struggled in the begining, some place in the middle, and definitely in the end. But you didn't give up, you could have, but you didn't and I think it ended up quite perfect for the person whose prompt you were given. The opinions of the characters and their views fit in with the framework you were given and I'm pretty sure I couldn't have done it any better if our roles had been reversed. Which, yes, not possible :) I don't put mpreg on my list of writing for no reason, my version only works until they get pregnant and then I usually tend to jump a few months ... well, you know how it is.

Hmmm, yeah, I guess this is what I wanted to say. *hugs*
Chapter 1: Chapter 1