The following stories contain sex with homoerotic themes. If you don't like that kind of thing, don't read these. Do not continue if you are under the legal age in your state, country,
district, or whatever.
Stargate: AtlantisSomething Like This - (March, 2009) - A "missing scene" for the episode Vegas.More (5/21/06)- G - It's too short for a summary. Rodney visit John in the infirmary after Conversion.
Wilby WonderfulMake It Real (10/8/05)
- PG - What happened next?
Harry PotterFamily Night (6/27/04)
- PG - A quiet night before tomorrow
The Morning After - (8/18/04)
- PG - NEW - My take on the final battle with Voldemort, and
its aftermath.A sequel to Family Night.
Not Really A Secret - (3/16/05)
- Gen - NEW - Short-short involving Harry and Draco.
X-FilesEntree - (3/27/99)
- Mulder and
Skinner go out to dinner. PG-13 for UST, a few lustful thoughts, and perhaps
one or two unhealthy food choices.
Voices -(11/99) -
Walter meets his inner demons, and they nag him into a specific action.
Due South (F/K)If It Aint
Broke - (9/22/99) - R - This is for the tight spaces
challenge, although they're not in any tight spaces they don't want to be in.
Spoilers for COTW, Odds
Welcome Home - (7/00
- Posted 9/00) - This one was
written over the 4th of July weekend, out of a vague sense of guilt that if I
wasn't working, I ought to at least be writing. Ray K. steps off an airplane
and back into his version of normality. No plot, 3,542 words, sort of sappy in
an argumentative kind of way. F/K, no more than PG (sorry). Yes, of course
Did Too - (11/25/00
- NC-17 - An argument leads Ray to discover an entirely New Fraser.
The Perv Upstairs - (7/31/2004)
- The guys find something more
interesting to do with their evening than work.
The SentinelFirst Shot - (1/6/2000)
- J/B - R - Post-series - Now Blair's got
a badge, but does he feel like a cop?
Under the Radar
- (3/25/2000) - J/B - R - Post-series - Do I think real
men would behave this way? Nope. Does it make for a warm-and-cuddly
schmoopfest? I hope so.
What's for Dinner (7/31/00)
- J/B - PG-13? - Not as much about food
as you might think
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The X-Files characters, including Mulder
and Skinner are owned by Fox Television and Ten Thirteen Productions. The Due
South characters, including Benton Fraser, Ray Vecchio,
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The characters in these story are fictional and not
meant to resemble any real persons. Any resemblance to any actors portraying
characters is completely unintentional.