Zoe Rayne [Contact
27 Apr 2005
I've been in fandom for a decade, starting off with Due South and The X-Files back in 1995, but seldom have I been as absolutely obsessed with a fandom as I am with SGA. I'm trying desperately to ride the wave of that obsession, get as much reading and writing done as possible, and just have a blast.
An episode insert for "Rising Part 1". Rodney thinks about what he's "lacking".
Updated: 19 Nov 2004; Published: 19 Nov 2004
Awww, poor Rodney. This was lovely and sad.
Some stories can only have endings.
Updated: 03 Dec 2004; Published: 03 Dec 2004
Very intense and evocative. I love the ambiguous ending.
Tag for The Siege II. It plays out in his mind...
Updated: 06 Feb 2005; Published: 06 Feb 2005
Lovely story. I like how you captured the inevitability of Sumner's death and John's guilt over it.
They'll survive without him...but they'll never be the same. Post-"The Siege Part II". Sheppard/Weir/McKay strongly implied
Updated: 20 Mar 2005; Published: 20 Mar 2005
Wow, that was...the best kind of pain. Let me second the hope that, come July, The Siege III proves inspiring to you.
Author's Response: Thanks! And yeah, crossing my fingers. I've already got the title of the next one ready and waiting, just in case. ;-)
Summary: It ran between the fingers of his memory.
Updated: 11 Jul 2005; Published: 24 May 2005
Wow. I'm...kind of at a loss for words here. This was absolutely breathtaking. The way you captured the team dynamic was amazing. I was up far too late last night reading the whole thing, because I just couldn't stop. Even when it looked like it was going to end badly (well, okay, *worse*), I was still loving every single word of it, and then you turned it around and made it painful and bittersweet but not quite as devastating, and.... Wow. Just...wow.
Author's Response: I like shows with large casts or teams. The dynamics give me more room to examine the characters from other povs. Atlantis is just about right in that way. And, at least you didn't have to suffer through the cliffhanger too long, since I posted it complete.
Chapter 9: Life in Solitary
"Strip." The Beretta's on John's skin again, the heat of the muzzle sliding over the side of John's jaw. "Jacket first."
Updated: 03 Jan 2006; Published: 03 Jan 2006
Oh, yeah, baby. That's the way to do it.
Author's Response: *beams* Thanks.
Post-ep fic for The Long Goodbye.
Updated: 08 Jan 2006; Published: 08 Jan 2006
*wibbles* Oh man, I've been dying for someone to explore the repercussions of "The Long Goodbye," and you did it so well. Ouch, but in a good way.