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Master Post
It's about time I created a list of the fics I've written that are on dreamwidth or livejournal.

This is a work in progress.

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Because the Story Cannot Stop
Stargate Odyssey                                      

Virtual Season 11 for Stargate SG1
                                                       ~~Because the story cannot stop.

Episode Two: That Which We Try to Forget
                                          by by Annejackdanny and Cancer  is up and ready to read!
                                                                                    Go. Read. Enjoy!

Episode One: There's No Place Like Home
                                          by iiiieyes and Darcy  is up and ready to read!


U is for Unkown
U is for Unkown
Written for Fig's always wonderful soup.

Missing scene for Continuum

PG for a little bad language

(This is darker than my usual fare so be warned.)

Daniel ignored the knocking at the door. His leg... his stump ached. It often did after a day of walking the streets. The prosthetic gave him mobility, and he was thankful for that, but it didn't stop him from feeling relief when he finally took the damn thing off.

The knocking became more insistent. With a sigh, Daniel grabbed his crutches from beside his bed. He was going to rip apart the person on the other side of the door. No doubt it was a lost pizza delivery person or the crazy neighbor three doors down who insisted that Daniel stole his paper every morning. Whoever it was, they wouldn't be standing there long.

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I'm popping in briefly to say that I haven't fallen off a cliff or anything. I've just stepped away from the Internet for a bit to deal with real life. I'm going to try to get caught up in a few emails and then disappear again. I'm very grateful that the Stargate love is still alive and well. Hello! *waving*

M is for Méllo
M is for Méllo
Word Count: 4500
Gen and G

for Kidfic Alphabet Soup

Oxam and Fidalan stood by the now-quiet circle.

“Will they come back,” Oxam asked, “the people of Earth?”

“They must,” Fidalan replied.


“Daniel?” Jack leaned forward to catch the attention of his distracted friend. He got no response so he tried again. “Daniel, are you paying attention?”

“Of course I’m paying attention, Jack. I’m just ignoring you.” Daniel continued to rifle through his notes.

“Did you want to add anything to this team briefing?”

“Team briefing plus one,” Daniel said without looking up.

“Plus one.” while snippy, was true since Jack had been summoned from Washington to the mountain to join the team on temporary assignment.

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There's hope
A good reminder of what matters.

Warning--Farcical Political Content Here!
I've tried to stay out of the political melee but I couldn't resist this one.  (I'm still waiting for tomorrow to be over.)

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Epistolary Soup: K is for Kryptonite
K is for Kryptonite, by GateGremlyn PG (not even)

For Epistolary Alphabet Soup.

Everyone has a weakness
Word count: 1900
Characters: Cam Mitchell, Daniel Jackson, Vala Maldoran, Teal’c, Samantha Carter, Jack O’Neill
Era: Season 9
Categories: Friendship, Humor, Angst, Team
Author's notes: Thanks to Denny for the beta!

Excerpt: "You're saying I lost control of my unit."

“On my first day at Stargate Command, Landry asked me, 'What's your kryptonite?' It's bugged me ever since.” Cam felt better having shared this piece of vital information with his team. After six hours in a dungeon, they were cold, tired, and sore. The conversation had also become a little maudlin as rescue seemed further and further away.

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Soup's on!
sg_fignewton  is hosting another Stargate alphabet soup. The stories should be gen and they should have an epistolary theme.

I've snagged the letter K--but I don't know what I'm going to do with it yet.  

The post to sign up is HERE. Go on. You know you want to. ;-)

A plethora
1. I saw the new Star Wars movie. I want to see it again! I had a few issues with it, but for the most part, I really liked it. I also saw it with two of my boys and that made it extra-special.

2. I'm 3/4 of the way through Ancillary Justice. Wow! This is a book I'll be re-reading.

3. Berty posted two new Christmas fics at Ao3,  [personal profile] tallulah_rasa posted a new Christmas fic and an SG1/West Wing crossover. Both are fabulous.

4. I re-read jdj's fic  Journey's End,  which just says Christmas to me in so many ways. *sigh*

5. I have eaten too much in the last few days. In penance, I went for long walk with the dog today. I will need to be much more penitential to burn off these calories.

6. Hello! 

I'm sorta kinda back. I'll be busy with Christmas preparations for the next few days, but I should be around from time to time to see what people are up to. I hope people are writing my favorite partnership, Jack and Daniel, and that I'll have time to read and maybe even write.

Talk to you all soon!

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Bujold's Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen is HERE ! w00t! 

Summer READING, Watching, and Eating
Reading: I finished The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss. It's the second book of a trilogy, and the third book is due out in 2016. It will definitely be on my reading list. I've really enjoyed this series although book two left a lot of loose ends that will need to be tidied up in book three.

I also read Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. Very intriguing and very different! I really enjoyed it. Thanks to [Unknown LJ tag] for the recommendation.

And I've been reading Jack/Daniel ficathon stories as well as Off-world Soup stories. Between those two things, our fandom posted 50 new stories. We are an awesome group!

Watching: I've lost interest in both Poldark and The Astronauts Wives Club. But I watched all three seasons of Aaron Sorkin's The Newsroom in a week. I don't think the series isn't as good as The West Wing, but still very compelling.

Eating: Homemade vegetable soup and fresh tomatoes from my garden.

M is for Mourning: A Second Sorrow (for off-world alphabet soup)
M is for Mourning: A Second Sorrow, by GateGremlyn (G)

Summary: Daniel buries Sha're.
Word count: ~2900
Characters: Jack O'Neill, Daniel Jackson, Samantha Carter, Teal'c, Kasuf, George Hammond, Janet Fraiser
Era: Season Three
Categories: Gen, angst, hurt/comfort
Author's notes: Episode tag for Forever in a Day

Written for Off-world Alphabet Soup


Jack spoke carefully, “You've been through it once? You mean you attended a funeral while you lived on Abydos?”

“No, I mean I've buried Sha're before.”

Link to Archive of Our Own: M is for Mourning: A Second Sorrow

Daniel's instructions were quick and concise: “Kasuf will know how to prepare the body for burial. Tell him his good son bows to his judgment in this matter. He'll understand.”

Still stunned by the scene in front of him, Jack looked at Daniel still on the floor beside his wife. He looked at Teal'c still standing with his staff weapon in his hand. He looked at the body of a beautiful woman, Sha're, still reaching out to her husband. And he wondered how the hell it had all happened. “Teal'c?”

“Amaunet had him in the grip of a ribbon device. I had no choice but to fire.”

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Diminutive Pluto

An XKCD view of Pluto.

Summer reading, watching, and eating
Reading: I'm done with the Vorkosigan Saga. I'm not going to read the two prequels, at least not yet, because they don't have any of the characters I love. I might catch up with them later. 

Shards of Honor and Barrayar both have the same kick-ass heroine, Miles' mother. Terrific! 

Captain Vorpatril's Alliance did wow me as much as I wanted it to. I love Ivan, but I need him to be Miles' foil and not a main character. It was still good fun. Cryoburn was excellent, one of my favorites in the series. The end of the story was heart wrenching--and I even knew it was coming.

So, is Lois McMaster Bujold a Stargate fan? At one point in Cryoburn, someone sees a pyramid and someone else makes a comment about "Denial." A page later she mentions an Unas. I laughed out loud. The very end of the story is a series of 100 word drabbles. I thought of Sid. 

Watching: I caught Man from U.N.C.L.E. again last night. I love that show.

Eating: I've been cooking up a storm: peanut butter bars, sweet and sour meatballs, homemade spaghetti sauce. 

What I haven't been doing is writing. *sigh* I't's like all the words have dried up. Ah, well. 

Summer reading, watching, and eating...
Reading: I've been on a reading binge. I've read Mirror Dance, Memory, Komarr, A Civil Campaign, and Winterfair Gifts. Mirror Dance is pretty dark, A Civil Campaign is rather sweet and funny in a couple of places. Winterfair Gifts (which turned out to be the only new read on the list) was an outsider's point of view and very well done. I'm so enjoying this.

Watching: I watched the first episode of Poldark. It was good but not great. I watched the second episode of Astronaut Wives Club. Also good but not great. Maybe I'm just hard to please.

Eating: Lemon bars. Fabulous!

Oh, and there's a tornado warning at the moment. It's pretty eerie outside.

Summer reading, watching, and eating...
Reading: I just finished Brothers in Arms, the next book in the Vorkosigan saga. It's the usual wonderful stuff and I love Ivan even more. I think this is where I stopped last time. So now I should be in new and unknown territory.

Watching: I watched The Astronaut Wives Club. I really enjoyed it. I did sit with Wikpedia open so that I could look up the astronauts. At the moment I'm watching Man from UNCLE. So are Napoleon Solo and Han Solo related? ;-) What I'm not watching is Poldark because my antenna is not being cooperative and I have no reception at the moment.

Eating: Chicken gyros with tzatziki sauce. It would be great except that I'm not a big fan of yogurt. You'd think I'd remember something like that. Maybe I'll try it with sour cream next time.

Summer reading, watching, and eating... and other stuff
Reading: Labyrinth. Have I mentioned how much I love this series? If you haven't read it yet, why not? Great characters, lots of adventure, humor--what's not to love? The Vorkosigan Saga.  Lois McMaster Bujold is the author.

Watching: Stargate's Lost City: Parts 1 & 2--and rereading [personal profile] paian 's fics to go with them. Great stuff.

Eating: Caramel apple bundt cake. The caramel gets drizzled over the top. Yum! 

Did you know that 20 (or 21) people signed up for the [community profile] jd_ficathon?

Did you know that there's an Off-world Alphabet Soup cooking? Grab your letter today.

Did you also know that things are underway for the Stargate Big Bang?

Our fandom is alive and kicking. It's going to be a great summer.