16 Oct 2005
Big fan of biology, most parts of history, and space.
Favorite shows: Firefly, Mythbusters, Stargate:Atlantis, Going to Extremes (hosted by Nick Middleton), A Different Ball Game!
Updated: 23 Oct 2005; Published: 23 Oct 2005
That's *definately* a form of immortality that hadn't occured to me (or my Highlander muses). I applaud your fine effort, and beg for a sequel. But, as Heisenburg suggested, does the observed know she's watched? :) Have nice days.
McKay and Weir are abandoned on the open ocean as part of an alien ritual.
Updated: 24 Oct 2005; Published: 23 Oct 2005
Ooooh! This lovely shiny fic definately looks familiar. Once more, I congratulate you on a fine fic, and ask for a sequel. (with or without whomever culture that needed them in a boat for diplomatic purposes). have a nice day.
Author's Response: Thanks again :)
Rodney is allergic to citrus.
Updated: 24 Oct 2005; Published: 24 Oct 2005
Tis a very nice look into the private life of Rodney McKay. Bravo! (I still think Sheppard would enjoy the bite). Hm, seems to me (and you, based on this fic) that there are some members of the Mission who are happier in Pegasus - yes?
Author's Response: I'm sure there are those who went to Pegasus because there was nothing for them on Earth. the pilot suggests that Sehppard went for that reason, anyway.
John has yet another accident off-world. And of course it's Rodney's fault again. Go figure.
Updated: 10 Nov 2005; Published: 26 Oct 2005
Yo Willie! Nice to meet fellow Alf fan(s)! I loved this...I'm not a cat person (one once mauled me, so I have no sympathy for Sheppard's pratfall)...but I fully encourage you to sequel this - please?
Author's Response: Yeah, I'm much more of a dog person, myself. I am playing around with the idea of a sequel, so we'll see what happens.
Bates fights with intelligence. Teyla figts with knowledge.
Updated: 30 Oct 2005; Published: 29 Oct 2005
A very interesting look at (shall I say) the nicer aspect of xenophilia. Bravo. I particularly liked the "I do not understand you either" as it seemed (to me) to highlight the fact that very little is still known about the Athosians. So...sequel, please?
Why John became a pilot. Really.
Updated: 31 Oct 2005; Published: 31 Oct 2005
Definately a novel reason - er, set of reasons - for Sheppard joining the Air Force. So, will the sequel have Sheppard cooking in Atlantis? :) I very much liked this story. Bravo.
Author's Response: I don't think John will be going into any more kitchens. I'm thinking that one experience scarred him - literally - for life. And, yay, I'm glad you liked it. :D
Chapter 1: Safer Than Fries
"Well, yes General, but what about your clone?"
Updated: 08 Nov 2005; Published: 03 Nov 2005
Not sure why you called him "mini-Jack"...but other than that, I very much liked this story. Particularly the final line. (though I seriously doubt anyone's going to obey orders from the kid)
Author's Response: Thanks!
mini as opposed to "old-Jack". Even Colonel Versus General could be misunderstood. Once they get to Atlantis it will be back to Jack. or maybe Jon - I haven't made my mind up yet.
Chapter 1: Invitation to the Clone
SGA Flashfiction Response - Culture Clash. A few bad apples can spoil a whole outpost.
Updated: 09 Nov 2005; Published: 08 Nov 2005
I'm eagerly looking forwards to more in this storyline. Though I confess my confusion -- how is someone a bigot for refusing an unwanted advance? Hopefully, further chapters will explain things. Bravo, and have nice days.
Author's Response: The backstory of this, which exists only in my head, is that this guy was in the locker room and someone smacked him on the ass. He took this as a come on and made a pass at the guy, who did his very best to beat the shit out of him.
He's surprised he's not already dead. Or maybe he is dead. Maybe Rodney's little pockets of universes and multi-verses, which he talks about with such glee, all hold the ashes of a John Sheppard that didn't even make it this far.
Spoils season one.
Updated: 14 Nov 2005; Published: 14 Nov 2005
I love this view into a multitude of possible outcomes. Sequel? Please? (with any character) One tiny question: was his thought of "his planet" just the thought of a man facing death, or does he actually think of Atlantis as *his* ? *curious* In any event, I very much liked this fic. Thank you for writing it.
Author's Response: I'm not sure a sequel would work, but thanks for the interest. As for 'his planet' he's thinking about stopping the Wraith getting to Earth via Atlantis. Thank you for your feedback :)
Chapter 1: A Pocketful of Ashes
Heightmeyer/Zelenka drabble, for the oddball_sga 3rd challenge.
Updated: 22 Jan 2006; Published: 22 Jan 2006
and the Evil Psychology enacts upon the silent hearts of the story. Bravo!
Author's Response: For you, I'll try. My muses are being kind to me today. :)
A few vignettes with Teyla and Rodney,
Updated: 21 Feb 2006; Published: 21 Feb 2006
Oh, me-thinks they'll be sparring for a long, long time to come.
Marvelous fic, simply marvelous. (and funny!)
Chapter 1: Moments of Grace
Teyla realizes that she has to reconsider her choices.
Updated: 26 Mar 2006; Published: 08 Mar 2006
I enjoyed this a great deal. This is a very interesting and intriging idea of Athosian society.
I look forwards to reading more by you.
Have nice days.
*evil chuckle* Somebody more blunt than Kavanagh. :) Though I'd be interested to learn what Event* caused such a change from the standard in our species. That said, I'm still enjoying this series (and this story) very much, and look forwards to the next story from you. congratulations on such fine writing. * = as far as I'm aware, it'd be something major to cause such a shift in human biology....or are Athosians homonid but not H.sapiens? *is very curious*
Author's Response: I don't think they're entirely human. Besides, in ten million years (which have supposedly gone by since the vanishing of the Ancients)the species could have changed a great deal, considering the different cicrcumstances. I'm not a biologist, of course, but ten million years are a long time.
I am now completely and unrepentantly a Teyla/Kavanagh shipper. (tries to block thoughts of Miko/Kavanagh that you put in my brain) I am in awe of your literary skill.
Author's Response: *tries to block thoughts of Miko/Kavanagh that you put in my brain*
I have? That wasn't intentional, honest. But they would make an interesting couple, wouldn't they?
*cheering the happy newlywed couple* *gives you the Author a standing ovation* nothing else can possibly be said!
Author's Response: Thank you. I'm glad you liked the story.
Kavanagh with apprentices. superb chapter, once more.
Miko/Ronon. He sees, and she understands.
Updated: 28 May 2006; Published: 28 May 2006
I loved this when I first read it, and I still love this story. bravo, my friend, bravo!
I look forwards to more from you.
have nice days.
Author's Response: Aw, thanks Keenir! It was all thanks to you :D