12 Mar 2006
The details of my life are quite inconsequential (oh, I've always wanted to say that....) So to sum up I'm old enough to know better but still young enough not to care. Live long and prosper.
What happens after dark in the Jumper Bay?
Updated: 01 May 2006; Published: 01 May 2006
Thomas the tank engine meets SGA slash. Love it.
Author's Response: It did occur to me when writing this that I hadn't been as scared by anything appearing on my screen since the occasion when I find myself writing Thomas the Tank Engine slash... :) Thanks for this!
They may not have tried to hurt him intentionally, but their actions could not have cut deeper than by confirming his suspicions - he was tolerated because of the things he could do, but he had no real friends on Atlantis. When it had come time to prove otherwise, Rodney had stood alone against Greenwall.
Updated: 27 May 2006; Published: 11 May 2006
Not that was just not nice... You can't leave it there!!! *uses Jedi mind powers* You will sit down at your computer and write more....
A jumper explodes, Radek is injured, and Sheppard keeps showing up.
A/N: Many thanks to both zoe rayne and sherrold for their betas. This was written for the atlantisbasics challenge, and packmentality's prompt was: "Zelenka and McKay save Atlantis through extreme geekery. Preferably slashy, though friendship would work. Maybe a little Beckett on the side."
Updated: 12 May 2006; Published: 12 May 2006
Really nicely written. Love the Rodney / Radek interaction. Thanks for posting this.
Author's Response: It was both a challenge to write it and a lot of fun to do. I'm glad you like it.
Chapter 1: Fault Tolerance
What might one do with a world of mindprobing gelatine? Why, mend a broken team and rid it of fallacy, of course!
Updated: 06 Jun 2006; Published: 25 May 2006
Loved it. Liked the image of Heightmeyer whimpering in her sleep at the end... Thanks for posting.
The team tries out some local transportation.
Updated: 22 Jun 2006; Published: 22 Jun 2006
This is spooky..... I was toying with writing a ficlet like this. Glad you did it first - good job.
Author's Response: Thanks -- it's my first fic, so I was a little nervous, but it just kinda happened.
Some days are better than others, but even worst days have their silver lining. ShepRodney friendship, the way it used to be...pre-Doranda.
Updated: 18 Jan 2007; Published: 18 Jan 2007
Lt. Colonel John Samuel Aloistious Truman Horatio Sheppard, shut up! *chuckles* Thank you for making me smile this morning.
Author's Response: You're very welcome. I'm glad you enjoyed it. :D
Chapter 1: The Very Best of Bad Days
[Set during S3's Sunday] Rodney mourns his best friend. He's never been good at silences.
Updated: 19 Jan 2007; Published: 18 Jan 2007
Sniff. Rodney angst. Good stuff. I enjoyed this (even though I might not forgive the show's writers for what they have done!). Thanks for sharing.
Chapter 1: For a long time, Rodney McKay was perfectly, totally, completely silent.
In sixth grade John got the teacher nobody wanted - Ms. Watson. She was supposed to be mean and hard and locked the bad kids up in the locker behind her desk overnight where she only fed them broccoli. (written for livejournal's SGA_flashfic school challenge)
Updated: 21 Jan 2007; Published: 21 Jan 2007
This was great. I really liked that the whole story built up to an explanation of a tiny detail on one of the shows. It's a sort of micro episode tag thing. Anyway, thanks for sharing.
To one Dr. Rodney McKay, John Sheppard is unforgettable.
Updated: 02 Apr 2007; Published: 04 Mar 2007
Aaahh.... Thank you for no cliff hanger this time. Go, Rodney, go!!! I'm very proud of him.
Author's Response: Yep, Rodney did good!!
Elizabeth reiterated to herself that John Sheppard was a bastard, a complete and utter bastard that had no redeeming qualities whatsoever.
Updated: 19 Mar 2007; Published: 15 Mar 2007
Excellent. Love the coffee and the pen. Don't mess with a smart woman!