One Sentence Fics
by Leesa Perrie
Paper cuts were the bane of his life, Woolsey thought to himself
sourly, as he sucked on his bloodied finger while locating a plaster
from his carefully hidden stash.
Overload Imminent was really not what John was wanting to see, but
there it was, blinking away at him, and damn it, but he’d really
thought he’d gotten the sequence right this time, but as the
screen blew up in front of his face and Game Over appeared after the
blast had cleared, he realised he would have to start all over again.
Ronon watched from the gate as flames engulfed the crashed Wraith dart,
seeing them flicker and flare, colours changing as the fire grew
hotter, a deep satisfaction at a job well done burning in his heart.
Throughout his life, reading had always been a pleasure to him, but now
as he read this battered old copy of War and Peace, he mourned for its
previous owner - and never felt more alone.
It burned within him, a hunger so deep that his dreams were haunted by
his need, and yet, outside the bars that imprisoned him, were humans -
so near and yet so far.
“You are totally unbelievable,” Rodney shouted, after Kavanagh blew up yet another lab with one of his experiments.
All of her life, Teyla had been told she had a gift and she had
accepted it as such, but when she discovered the truth she called it a
curse - until she learned to use it not just to warn of the presence of
the Wraith, but to attack their very minds.
Hurry, hurry, hurry, always with the hurrying and the deadlines and the
countdowns and the pressure to work faster - like it ever worked, well,
okay maybe sometimes it did - but not right now, he really didn’t
need this right now, and he just wished he could shut John up, just for
a second, because he didn’t know how to fix this - only wait,
yes, that was the answer, and with a whole two seconds left at that!
Ronon had always believed that when a person died they were lost to you
forever, but then he heard tales of a team called SG1 and a scientist -
soft science, Rodney had said scornfully - who had come back more than
Guilt was something he understood and he was sure they could never
forgive him, no matter how many cars he bought them - and yet
forgiveness came from a little girl, arms wrapped tightly around his
legs and a whispered, heartfelt ‘thank you’ for bringing
home her mom.
Three year old Torren had learned a lot from his Uncle Rodney, and when
someone tried to take the last cookie from the mess hall tray, he
pushed past their legs and grabbed it with a firm ‘mine’.
Rodney had assured him that the puddlejumpers weren’t sentient,
but there were times when the way they responded to his thoughts made
him feel like they were flirting with him.
As a doctor, Jennifer knew she shouldn’t really eat bacon and
eggs for breakfast, let alone followed by pancakes liberally soaked in
maple syrup, but after spending most of the night battling - and
eventually winning - to save a gravely injured Colonel, she felt she
deserved to eat whatever she wanted for once.
Rodney told himself he wasn’t jealous, but deep down he knew that
Elizabeth was right - he was jealous that Carson had the Ancient gene
and he didn’t.
The red blood dripping steadily onto the floor mesmerised him for a
moment, until a cry brought him back to the present and John moved
quickly to tend to Rodney’s multiple wounds.
Fleeing from angry hoards of not-quite-bears-not-quite-wolves with his
team was not Rodney’s idea of fun at any time, but especially not
with claw marks down his back.
Ten Word Fics
by Leesa Perrie
1. Adventure - He’d never wished for adventure, yet that’s what he got.
2. Angst - It was his fault that the Replicators were killing humans.
3. AU - “Out of my way, Centurion, let me fix the machine.”
4. *Crossover - “I traced the computer breach back to you, Agent McGee.”
5. Death - “No, no, no!” “What is it, McKay?” “My laptop’s died!”
6. Episode Related - He needed an excuse, or else fishing was his future.
7. First time - Sheppard was pale. The jumper weaved, but Rodney was elated.
8. Friendship – “I’ve never had a friend like you.” The cat purred.
9. Humor - Rodney smirked at Kavanagh’s blue hair. The prank had worked!
10. Hurt/Comfort - Shot and scared, Rodney was glad of Teyla’s calming presence.
*Crossed over with NCIS.