April 18th, 2007
|04:04 pm - Repeating an Old Meme|
Make up a title for a story I didn't write, and I will respond with details of those non-written stories. You may, if you like, include details, such as pairings or fandom or whatnot.
I can only guarantee the first five will get responses, but if you have something fun, comment anyway. :-)
Current Mood: bored
"Into This Haze of Green and Gold"
Into This Haze of Green and Gold
J.M. Barrie once called death "an awfully big adventure." What might that look like to our beloved SG-1?
This is one of those surreal, action-filled, metaphor-laden stories about the path into the afterlife. Jack has always figured there was nothing in the darkness after--he couldn't have been more wrong. As a child, Sam used to wonder what heaven would be like--she's about to find out that all the speculation is just the beginning. Teal'c accepts the path with his customary equanimity. And Daniel--not only does he discover he's made the right choice by not Ascending this time, but he learns a secret: why humans should never Ascend at all.
Full of teamy goodness, because who would our favorite team prefer to face the afterlife with, if not each other?
[Honestly, my favorite thing about this story isn't about the story at all. It's a painting someone did after she read my story: the team, posed together, emerge from indistinct darkness into a literal haze of green and gold. Each character is perfectly portrayed, as they stand together in awe and confusion and a bit of fear, assessing the situation and getting ready to move out. *So* much love for that.]
|Date:||April 18th, 2007 11:14 pm (UTC)|| |
The Elseworld Dilemma
The Elseworld Dilemma
An SG-1/Quantum Leap/Sliders crossover.
Sam Beckett Leaps into dimension-hopping Wade (who happens to be on Sam's Earth at the time), and whatever he's supposed to change doesn't get changed quite in time--Sam slides into the next universe. dimensionally separated, Sam-as-Wade can't see Al, and has no contact with the QL Project. Once Quinn and the rest figure out there's something weird going on, they agree to help Sam figure out a way to find his home dimension again.
That's where another secret project, and the quantum mirror, comes in.
Ooo... Um... Title: Teach a Mathematician to Fish
That's HORRIBLE, but I spent ten minutes trying to think of a clever one and failed miserably. LOL.
Ideally, it would be a House/Numb3rs crossover :D. Feel free to use whatever pairings you want though I wouldn't object to a little Megan/House repartee.
Teach a Mathematician to Fish
A House/Numb3rs crossover.
Larry and Charlie take Megan and Amita on vacation to New Jersey, where they first met (as student and professor at Princeton University) and became friends. They decide to stay for a couple of days out in the countryside, hiking and (Megan's idea, believe it or not) learning to fish.
It's at the easy-access lake that they run into two doctors--limping, protesting Greg House being dragged away from his precious hospital by his stubborn friend James Wilson. Mishaps and snark abound.
Numb3rs, of course.
Margaret's illness is taking its toll on Alan, but at least the situation has brought about one positive thing: Donnie's coming home to L.A.
Alan thought he'd be getting a helping hand, a son who might have learned to be patient with his genius brother, who would return strength to their family. Instead, he sees a man with shadowed eyes, quietly kept secrets, and who doesn't even try to understand Charlie's retreat into math.
But at least he's come home.
About Lya of the Nox (Stargate)
The first and only poem Jack has ever written, and god help him if his team ever finds out about it: it's about Lya, the petite little Nox woman.
I see I'm number 6 -- but I am not a number, I'm a free woman!
Er. Anyway. If you're so inclined: Jack O'Neill visits Numb3rs in a story called "The Trouble with Wormholes".
The Trouble with Wormholes
Several months after Larry's return from his stay on the orbital space station, he receives a few visits from people in Air Force uniforms. Charlie doesn't think much about it--after all, NASA and the Air Force work together all the time--until he accidentally eavesdrops on a conversation between Larry and one of the officers.
That the Air Force should be trying to recruit Larry as a consultant isn't too shocking. Neither is the awkwardly coded phrasing of the conversation (Charlie's had to do that with the NSA or even during an active FBI investigation).
But Larry's reason for declining, with obvious regret, is.
The Wayward Seven
Jack, Sam, Daniel, Tealc, Jonas, Cam, Vala.
These are the people who have made up SG-1.
So, naturally, these are the people rounded up from various places in the galaxy at the request of a rebellious Ancient to mount a last-ditch secret mission against the Ori.
Will they obey orders? Probably not. Will they manage to get along? Not at first, that's for sure. Will they survive? Who knows?
Can they save the galaxy?
Another Cold Rain (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, post-series)
Kasidy Yates sits inside the house she and her husband Ben Sisko built on Bajor, and talks to her unborn child about how much more real growing up planetside will seem, and how they may have to wait through many rains, but Ben will find his way home to them. He always has. Just as the rains return, so will he.
|Date:||April 19th, 2007 08:38 am (UTC)|| |
The little wooden house in the forest
The little wooden house in the forest (Harry Potter)
He was often alone, his first year at Hogwarts. Alone, yet quite unafraid of the forest which loomed forbidden behind the castle. He slipped away often enough that the teacher should have caught on, but either they weren't watching him or they realized that he needed the wild stillness he found on the forest paths.
He even built a tiny hut from fallen branches, charmed for concealment from the nastier beasts passing by. That's where Albus found the phoenix early one morning--intent on him, curious and friendly and the color of flame.
Here's a QL/Buffy crossover title for you:
"The One Chosen to Put Right What Once Went Wrong"
The One Chosen to Put Right What Once Went Wrong
Sam Beckett Leaps into a college-age girl named Buffy Summers. Al and Ziggy think that he's there to prevent her untimely suicide--but the longer Sam is Buffy, the more he realizes that there's a lot more at stake than one girl's life. (Alt-universe for "The Gift." Sort of.)