19 Nov 2004
have fallen in love with stargate: atlantis and upon running out of fics to read i stumbled upon this site and Lo! i was saved and quite in due time!
besides that... i am 18 (i can vote now! mua ha ha)-- young, impressionable and apt to change my mood with lightning speed as teen females happen to do. i am nothing out of the ordinary really, save for my lack of a coherent thought and inability to talk to someone without earning a squicked eyebrow. don't worry, i'm working on that.
and 'squicked' is SO definately a word.
i'm just going to go ahead and put my disclaimer to whatever i've got in my account so far, as i seem to have forgotten to put it at the front of all my stories... *is sheepish*
disclaimer: me? own stargate atlantis? i'm sorry, but, heavens no, you must have lost your mind.
Rodney's in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Notes: Written for the Atlantis Urban Legend Slash Challenge. My urban legend: An American tourist picked up pacing outside a foreign hotel is mistaken for a streetwalker; she avoids going to jail by purchasing a license to practice prostitution. The Master List can be found here: http://flordeneu.livejournal.com/24065.html
Written: March 3, 2006
Updated: 04 Mar 2006; Published: 04 Mar 2006
oh, that was so great. the last couple of lines ended it so perfectly! *applauds*
Chapter 1: Double-Oh-McKay: License to Love?
"If you have a ZPM or technology that's not working, I'm your man, but wrestling tigers clearly falls under Colonel Sheppard's areas of expertise."
Updated: 04 Mar 2006; Published: 04 Mar 2006
very very interesting. beautiful imagery. bravo
Author's Response: Thanks so much! Glad you enjoyed it.
Summary: If anybody was to make sure that this man would stay safe and sound, it would have to be John, if only for the reason that everybody else would kill the overconfident son of a bitch within the first five minutes.
Updated: 17 Mar 2006; Published: 14 Mar 2006
okay, with Radek in that last section, you *killed* me. this was very good! bravo!
Author's Response: *lol* killed in a good way, i hope. ;)
Chapter 1: 1/4 - Prologue
We should make this a tradition, John thinks.
Updated: 28 Mar 2006; Published: 28 Mar 2006
aww, very sweet. and very nice descriptions. your imagery was very well done. thanks for sharing this. oh yay, it's still making me squee even now ^-^
"You don't have much time, Dr McKay. Choose. Your life or his?"
Updated: 14 May 2006; Published: 14 May 2006
nooo! you can't stop it there! i need closure! please, please give me some closure? other than that, very nice. and, oh! teh angst!
Author's Response: I can't give you closer but Azrael has in Die for Him, a great conclusion to this. Glad you liked it.
He sees himself destroying Sheppard by taking McKay. (Kolya/McKay, Sheppard/McKay)
Updated: 10 Jun 2006; Published: 10 Jun 2006
Very powerful for such a short piece, especially the last line in which he laughs. neee, *is creeped*. very nicely done, though. congrats on this!
Author's Response: Thanks :)
Because a meeting is never boring with John Sheppard around...
Updated: 11 Jun 2006; Published: 11 Jun 2006
i just want to say that the amount of fic you get out, drabble-ish sized or not, and the quality (O! the quality!) amazes me. well done on this and thank you for posting it! and did i mention, *hot*?
Author's Response: *grin* Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it :D The stories I'm posting at the moment were all written for the Merry Month of Masturbation challenge on LiveJournal, so they were all written during May, I just didn't start putting on on WB until recently - which is why there's three going up a day, and I still have about 10 to put up! *grin*
"I don't know, Major. What do you normally do when you're alone in a dark room with someone?"
Updated: 13 Jun 2006; Published: 13 Jun 2006
*flails happily* oh, squee! i found this adorable! thanks for posting it!
Author's Response: *g* Hee! Glad you enjoyed :D
Rodney McKay meets international playboy Johnnie Sheppard on a cruise to the French Riviera. Written for Reel_SGA challenge.
Updated: 26 Jun 2006; Published: 25 Jun 2006
This was very well executed I thought and definitely did the original movie plotline proud. The characters felt well written and their inner monologues were effective without being horribly overwhelming and drawn out which I admire you greatly for! Thank you for writing it!
Ooh, and, by the way, I read this at work while no one was looking (niii, I feel so evil) and at the end I almost started crying, blast you! My coworkers now think I have bi-polar disorder or some such and have been shooting me strange looks ever since but, still. It was totally worth it.
Author's Response: You read it at work? That's fitting, 'cause I wrote large stretches of it during dead days at work. LOL So sorry about the bi-polar thing. Thanks for all your kind words.