Pairing: Subtle McShep and obvious Teyla/Lorne
Spoilers: All 5 seasons
Summary: After the stargate program was de-classified in 2010 and the initial furore died down, the book that captured the zeitgeist of the entire planet, tapping in to the almost insatiable curiosity for all things related to the Stargate Program, was Recipes from Pegasus. It was an accessible way for everyone to understand a little bit more about the people who had spent the last eight years living in an alien galaxy, fighting to keep Earth safe. It's author, Grace Mallory, the head chef of the Atlantis mission became a household name even though she appeared on a very few TV shows during the publicity tour. More importantly her stories about the daily lives of the people of Atlantis made them appear much more human than all the high octane TV specials did.
Note: this is an unformatted version (i.e. without colours and pictures)
( Part 8... )
Spoilers: Hmmm, season 4 I guess for Teyla's story even though it's an AU
Summary: AU in which Rodney is still a genius and John still loves him
A silly bit of crack that's been brewing in my head for a couple of weeks now.
Summary: John's mom loved to sing
So, here it is. The story that popped into my head when I was at the Halle's performance of Handel's Messiah last Sunday. Of course, as I tried to write it down it appears it didn't arrive fully formed and it's not what I expected it to be. I hope you guys like it. I'm not sure about the title so if you think of something better, let me know.