30 Aug 2010
Female. Twenties. Picky. Loud on paper. Rude (attempts to restrain). Praise on spur of the moment. Addicted to good writing.
Endearments like 'babe' or 'baby' and the excessive use of exclamation marks is frowned upon. Overt drama is mocked and should anyone use psychology which I can't explain or excuse I will 'gently hint' at my displeasure.
Will beta read at your own risk. First language not English.... at least didn't use to be
John and Rodney in the first year of the expedition. Sometimes love is a journey, sometimes it's a gantlet, and sometimes it's a baptism by fire.
Updated: 08 Sep 2005; Published: 07 Nov 2004
Dogs lightning, valium, rain, nearly dying... Guh. Chapter made of awesome. You made of awesome. GUH.
Chapter 4: Acts of Enormity
I want to lick your brain. Absorb some of whats flowing from it directly instead of the screen.
Chapter 5: Some Kind of Truth
Things are terribly, terribly wrong in Atlantis. Pairing: Sheppard/McKay, Evil!Sheppard/McKay. Darkslash.
Updated: 29 Dec 2004; Published: 29 Dec 2004
Nice. Me like. Tho I'd have preferred the suicide ending.
It makes sense.
Chapter 12: Part 12 of 12
Is Halling flirting with Beckett, or is he just really, really nice?
Updated: 31 May 2005; Published: 12 Apr 2005
All I can say is that they must have made the whole planet gay with people hiding in bushes and hanging from trees doing their peeping tom act. I guess that Carson and Halling should have strange ideas about the local fauna as all the moaning, groaning and gasping from the nearby reeds surely must be indigenous crickets.
Good stuff and thanks for sharing. Not a pairing that I would have thought of meself, but I think that's half its charm.
John, Rodney, and the aftermath of a disastrous mission.
Updated: 29 Apr 2005; Published: 29 Apr 2005
Nice peaceful read. Thanks.
Nobody's gonna take Rodney away from him.
Warnings: This is dark, dark, dark. Did I mention dark? A lot of people is gonna hate me for this one. No kidding.
Updated: 30 Apr 2005; Published: 30 Apr 2005
Oh lovely.Trying to find words that don't sound creepy to convey my appreciation for your little tale. Maybe these will do: you paint the prettiest shades, luv.
They spoke in the language of musical keys; E major for joy, D# minor for despair and G major for true friendship and faithful love.
Updated: 01 May 2005; Published: 01 May 2005
Music makes for a good medium to tell a tale and you a enticing bard to bring it to the audience.
Beckett and McKay have a conversation they should have had a while ago.
Updated: 16 May 2005; Published: 16 May 2005
This was adorable. Not once did I have an urge to save em. Let them be adorable in death. Lovely style.
Summary: It ran between the fingers of his memory.
Updated: 11 Jul 2005; Published: 24 May 2005
Good story. Especially with sentient planet fungus parts. Really liked how you just weren't writing like one draws a line. The little side views and all. What I can't buy though, is that people would be bothered by the relationship. It's an international expedition. In NATO there are only three countries which do not allow people with deviating sexual tastes into their army (USA, Greek, Turkey). Plus there is the little tendency, that if a group of people has bigger things to worry about than who is doing who (like death petulantly banging at your door before afternoon tea) they are rather supportive of anyone in the same plight as they.
At the same time I must admit, that if the contingent was previously closed minded, they shall revert to their original state (mostly) once the danger has passed. Still good stuff and thanks for sharing.
Chapter 10: Sacrificial Drift
The city of Atlantis wishes to speak with her new people.
Updated: 21 Aug 2005; Published: 21 Aug 2005
Rodney is punished for the solar system incident...everyone else makes mistakes. (Will also be Bates/Beckett in later chapters.)
Updated: 21 Nov 2005; Published: 20 Nov 2005
Stop with the exclamation marks. It's almost as if you were writing dialogue in caps. Everyone just stands up and starts yelling. JUST LIKE THIS. It's alright if they actually are yelling but having entire guilt trip conversations LOUDLY is just stupid.
Tag for Trinity: Rodney thinks he's tried hard enough by now.
Updated: 16 Dec 2005; Published: 13 Dec 2005
Waste of a perfectly good grudge indeed. If i were Rodney I'd have had more 'screw you' attitude, but apparently he's a better person. Srsly, lame ass friends. *grumble grumble* Good story. Thanks, was looking for something like that.
Chapter 3: 3/3 Trinity's End
Ronon and Rodney become closer. Yes, really!
Updated: 01 Jan 2006; Published: 01 Jan 2006
Your depiction of characters is so apt that character actually speak out dialogues in their own voices. Wonderfully spent time reading this.
John Sheppard is determined to bring to ruin the villainous McKay family. But young (ok, youngish) Rodney interferes with his plans.
Okay, so this is what comes of reading the Harlequin SGA website which triggers memories of reading a thousand Regency/Historical novels as an impressionable youngster (**eek**, no wonder I'm twisted). The result is this complete and utter cliche
I make no guarantees as to the accuracy of any of the historical/british terms and settings depicted in this story. They are from my fuzzy memory of romance novels. Nuff said.
Updated: 30 Jun 2006; Published: 02 Feb 2006
A surprisingly pleasing read. I usually find these kind of stories horrid. Story well written.
It's pretty much what the title says.
Updated: 16 Feb 2006; Published: 16 Feb 2006
*GASP* A clown!!1 O_O
Chapter 1: Five Lives John and Rodney Never Led
McKay dreams that an Ancient device has turned him into a ten-year-old boy.
Updated: 27 Feb 2006; Published: 25 Feb 2006
I'm sorry, but no one who has suffered abuse will talk about it openly or even admit to it. It is just unrealistic to read about it. Also agree with Fitz that *pissed* would have been correct reaction when waking up.
Like your writing style tho characters seem totally OOC.
John gets caught with his hand in the Rodney jar
Updated: 05 Mar 2006; Published: 26 Feb 2006
cute, morbid and perfect. I stand with my opinion that there is never too much Rodney.
Chapter 2: Take One Down, Pass It Around
Atlantis comes to love Rodney, and so does Sheppard: a romantic shmoop fest.
Updated: 09 Mar 2006; Published: 09 Mar 2006
A.I. that loves Rodney, 5 charged ZPM's and John, all for Rodney. I can see why he thought it a dream. It certainly would be one of mine (while still with the focus on Rodney).
You have just created the giddiest scenario ever.
Kolya requires the use of a physicist. He aims for the best.
Updated: 13 Apr 2006; Published: 13 Apr 2006
Oh, I approve. A very pleasant read. Not nearly enough attention has been paid to this.
Chapter 1: Coveting Neighbours
Updated: 23 Apr 2006; Published: 23 Apr 2006
Very impressive. The tone is perfect and the story wonderful.
Author's Response: Thank you so much.