Reviewed by Kathryn A on 11th January 2010 (1)
Tags: Short Story, Crossover
Summary:Evie could not be certain, but it sounded a great deal like the Ancient Egyptian equivalent of "Oh, no, not again," which struck her as a rather bizarre thing for a newly awakened mummy to say.
This probably won't appeal unless one has seen both The Mummy and Stargate, but if one has, it is delightfully spot-on with the interaction between Evie O'Connell and Daniel Jackson.
Reviewed by Kathryn A on 11th September 2005 (4)
A ficlet, which has a very apt summary: "Not all heroes are destined to get along with one another." This is a brief encounter which demonstrates this oft-ignored possibility; it's so refreshing when authors do remember that being a Hero doesn't mean that you have instant bonding with other Heroes, even if the author loves you both.
Reviewed by Kathryn A on 9th December 2008 (10)
Tags: Short Story
Summary:Real life was a whole lot messier than fairy tales ever accounted for.
What it says on the tin, really; the Sorceress's reign is over, but there are no instant fixes. And yet, there is hope, and encouragement and friendship. I like this little scene between D.G and Cain in the aftermath.
Reviewed by Kathryn A on 4th March 2010 (2)
Tags: Short Story, Crossover, AU, Different Parentage
Characters: Buffy Summers, Samantha Carter
Summary:After killing Angel, Buffy runs to Los Angeles... but she doesn't stay there.
I'm surprised I hadn't reviewed this before, when I first read it. This takes an intriguing what-if, and sketches what might have happened. I love the characterisation of Buffy and Samantha here, both unsure and hopeful.