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Name: Athena Thursday January 20th 2000 08:21:04
E-mail address: athenaworld@hotmail.com
Story Recommendation: I'd like to recommend The Sword Trilogy by Bythos. Is one of the best I've seen here and she says it's her first highlander fanfic... :)



Name: tina Saturday December 18th 1999 06:01:19
E-mail address: ftateeta@juno.com
Story Recommendation: I highly recommend Sylvia Volk's newest HL fan fiction, "Matadora". I love her description of 19th century Andalucia in Spain! Her skill in writing is such that the reader is transported to that time in history. She is especially descriptive of the culture of that time in Spanish history. I think her characterization of Duncan is almost dead on target with the actual Duncan from Highlander: the series! I recommend the reading of all her HL fan fiction and her site is fabulous and informative!



Name: Emily Monday December 6th 1999 01:58:53
E-mail address: MusicDrgn@aol.com
Story Recommendation: The story I'd like to recommend is called The Story: Parts 1- 2. It was mainly written by a young lady named Tabitha Cain, co-written by myself, Emily Hawes. The story isn't centered on Highlander, per se, but MANY of the characters/situations deal with it. The story is, in my opinion, excellent. To read it, go the following site: http://tabby-cat.freeservers.com/tab's.html 

Thank you for considering.




Name: 3D Master Wednesday November 17th 1999 03:23:32
E-mail address: atemo@tref.nl
Story Recommendation: Read the Methos and Kronos Chronicles, by Xenon, you can find at his website: http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Dungeon/9594/ If you like Methos, or Kronos, these are the stories to read!



Name: Sue Evans Monday November 1st 1999 01:58:29
E-mail address: susanevans@cableinet.co.uk
Story Recommendation: NO OTHER SOUL. This is a Highlander/Hercules crossover in which Methos rescues Iolaus from slavery in Rome, after Hercules' death. Between them they rediscover their capacity to love. This story is accessible on Gharedsu's slash site, AFTER HOURS, which you get at from her adult page. This page is linked to from Gharedsu's Hercules and Cult TV site at http://www.nettaxi.com/citizens/BadGreta/ There are also some general Highlander stories on the main page and an adult story on her adult page



Name: Maria Wednesday October 20th 1999 11:31:09
E-mail address: amarome@wku.edu

Story Recommendation: For those who love x-over--I highly recommend the four stories by Richard Ruth. Not only has he captured the essence of all the stories.. Buffy...Kindred.. HL..they read well...In fact I'd say he one of my personal top five fanzine writers...BTW.. I think he is going to be writing a x-over with the Crow...How am I guessing. Read all four stories....you'll agree with me...:-) mara.




Name: Nemesis Tuesday September 7th 1999 10:57:06
E-mail address: ritanemesis@hotmail.com
Story Recommendation: I recommend you to read anything by Cameron Dial. She's fantastic.



Name: K.C. Snyder Monday August 9th 1999 04:58:34
E-mail address: m.snyder@cwix.com
Story Recommendation: I would like to recommend all the Buffy X-overs by Richard Ruth. They are well written and he knows how to mix a good plot and still be true to the characters.



Name: Jason Friday August 6th 1999 03:00:44
E-mail address: UCIJay@hotmail.com

Story Recommendation: Winterborne by Beck McLaughlin is a really good story. It doesn't let up from the start, set in the future with a really well integrated Sci-Fi twist, Winterborne is an exciting and very good read. Methos plays a large role in the story so fans of the Old Man will really enjoy this story.




Name: Pixie Sunday August 1st 1999 01:08:11
E-mail address: Pegasus361@aol.com

Story Recommendation: Anything Dawn Cunningham if you like Richie as a pre- immie. I also loved Melanie Riley's 'A Member of the Family', it used Tessa-Marie, Tessa's niece from Sandra MacDonald's 'A Tale of Two Tessas'. She is a good character.




Name: UberPest Friday July 30th 1999 07:57:07
E-mail address: uberpest@hotmail.com

Story Recommendation: I like Daniel Butter's "The Immortal Files" and Ary's "Future's Past". 




Name: Jason Wednesday July 21st 1999 07:01:01
E-mail address: ucijay@hotmail.com

Story Recommendation: A New Future by Dawn Cunningham, a great read and Richie fans will really like this one.




Name: Pretty Sabre Sunday June 27th 1999 10:48:27
E-mail address: zoe@hyjack.freeserve.co.uk

Story Recommendation: I LOVED the nine stories of the Marahet series by Alis. They rock, they are so good. I was captivated all the way through to number nine, I didn't quite get all of a sense f immortality number 7) because I've never watched Sentinel *ducks from the things flying in my direction* and I don't know what zoning is or the significance of Sentinel/guide but I loved it anyway! Marahet is.. well...Methos' wife and there is some pretty heavy friction that goes on between her and Duncan somewhere along the line, and her and Richie in the first one. Anyway, to cut a long story short they are REALLY good!




Name: Neptune Wednesday May 12th 1999 05:28:29
E-mail address: neptune@itookmyprozac.com

Story Recommendation: I am a fanfic addict, especially Highlander, and even more so Methos. I would like to recommend the following stories. Beauty's Daughter and its sequel, A Gathering of Angels, The What If series (even though I don't care too much for slash) Rite of Fire, (when is Andie P going to write the sequel? I emailed with no reply.). Abominations by Vickie Watts. That is all for now, but I highly recommend these. I also have a question. There was a story I read when I started reading HLfanfic, before I found this site, and I don't know its name or where I could find it, but I really want to read it again. It involves Methos leaving town after CAH/REV and hitting his head on the plane and having seizures and not healing. Duncan takes care of him until he regains his senses and so on. It was really good, but I can't find it anywhere. It was on someone's webpage, not this archive.




Name: HonorH Wednesday April 14th 1999 12:01:17
E-mail address: honorh_macspam@yahoo.com

Story Recommendation: I recommend anything by Tanja Kinkel, but especially "Waiting." Kinkel has a wonderful way of taking minor characters from the series, like Alexa, Amy (Joe's daughter), and even Cassandra and fleshing out their characters. Her stories are always engrossing with wonderful characterizations and touching emotion.




Name: Athena Monday April 12th 1999 03:06:08
E-mail address: AthenaWorld@hotmail.com

Story Recommendation: I have two recommendations to make. First, I really loved the story "Witness", a crossover between Highlander/FK/QL/Starman/X-Files. Simply astonishing. Funny, funny, funny. To die for. Another story it's actually two, one is a sequel to the other. The first it's called "Beauty's Daughter" and it's a Highlander/X-files crossover. It focus in the relationship between Methos and Dana Scully. The sequel brings us to a more bloodiest story in which Methos has to face an enemy of his who is after Dana for bate. He is tortured and yet, in the end, finds strength enough to kill the bad guy. Love it. Don't remember the author of the three stories but If they read this I'd like you very much to contact me. Please!!!!!!




Name: Jason Friday April 9th 1999 11:41:54
E-mail address: UCIJay@hotmail.com

Story Recommendation: If you like crossover stories let me recommend the mother of all crossovers to you. It is the latest installment of the Chronicles of the Wander: Calling out the Clan. It is written by Steve Pantovich and if you have read his stuff before you know he has a talent for writing a good crossover, this is no exception. I don't think it is on the site yet but you can find it under the authors listing at the BtVS fanfic archive at www.slayerfanfic.com I hope you enjoy it! Good Reading!




Name: Stageira Wednesday March 10th 1999 06:05:00
E-mail address: taita_2780@yahoo.com

Story Recommendation: Hi, this is probably a little bit behind, but I cannot let those stories go. The Soul Mates Series by Kamil and Robin Serano. Arms Against a Sea of Trouble Outrageous Fortune and What Dreams May Come I've read them so many times that I can even count the lines in each one of them. Actually if I ever got around to writing slash, these stories are the reason for it. Stageira




Name: Kamil Tuesday March 9th 1999 09:45:29
E-mail address: kamil@slashcity.com

Story Recommendation: Hi all, I recommend all of Aristide's stories, The Declaration D/M; A Miracle Every Day D/M; Consent of Twain D/M/A and it's sequel A Good Thing D/M/A. Hot stuff from beginning to end!! I also recommend Mairead Triste's Poles Apart D/M and Shades of Grey D/M. I'm assuming the sequels to Shades, Eclipse and Coming Back to Life will be up here soon. All of these are are a walk on the dark-side but just as intense and erotic. These are all wonderfully written, beautifully characterized stories. You won't regret a single moment you spend reading any of them.




Name: Jen Sunday February 21st 1999 09:14:24
E-mail address: Jujub_68@yahoo.com

Story Recommendation: Moonbeam recommended, and I'd like to second, 'The Best Defense' series. The author is Jennifer Shipp and her stories can be found at her webpage

 http://://www.geocities.com/Area51/Dimension/5139/fanfic.html




Name: Mark D. Friday February 12th 1999 10:50:12
E-mail address: desante29@yahoo.com

Story Recommendation: I really enjoyed Highlandlass's story, "Returning Home". It was written from Methos' POV and in my opinion, it is perhaps one of the best interior monologue's going for a Methos depiction. It also deals with Amy Dawson and I haven't seen many stories around dealing with her and Joe. I think the story is in here but I read it off her web page, which I can't remember the address for right now... but the page is called Stories of Highlandlass.




Name: Amothea Thursday February 11th 1999 02:17:27
E-mail address: falconsbane@geocities.com

Story Recommendation: Hi I want to recommend Heads Up by Allan Driskill (I think that is how you spell his/her name) I wouldn't put it past someone to use a guy name.... Okay I really loved the story. It was so funny and it had a good story, very strong characterization (one of the best that I've seen) It sticks closer to the way I see Mulder and Scully's partnership. I loved this story, and I've been making all my friends read it. I can't recommend this story highly enough.. I also really loved The What If series by Tessa Rae. I love this series very much and it's almost completed. I like the way she combines the episodes and gives them a twist. ^_^




Name: Alice in Stonyland Saturday February 6th 1999 01:51:20
E-mail address: stonyland@bigfoot.com

Story Recommendation: Like to find other Raven fanfic? There's one by Caroline Fales at the Jagged Edge Fanfic Archive (http://www97.pair.com/mbumbarg/index.html) called "Moments of Transition" that I wish I'd written. It's Amanda's thoughts during the final moments of the series premiere. 

A couple of other recommendations: 

If you like Methos, and are searching for something new to read that's not slash, I highly recommend Dana Woods's "The ROG and the Hacker." I beta read this story and ROTFLOL even on the first draft. Caly's one OFC who doesn't fit the OFC mold by a long shot. You can find that story on this archive. 

I also recommend RJ Ferrance's "Friendship and Candlelight." A moving, haunting tale, filled with imagery that puts you right in the room with the characters, and one you won't forget. 

I also love the work of AC, Rhiannon Shaw, Sandra McDonald, Lisa Krakowka, Kat Parsons, Monica Anthony, Monica Jordan, Kevin Robnett, Janeen Groshmeyer, Angela Mull, Monica Jordan, Amanda (Amand-r) Parsons, Kellie Matthews-Simmons, and I'm probably forgetting someone....




(NAME) Radish Girl
(1/14/99)
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I just want to recommend any fanfic by Sylvia Volk. Her writing is wonderfully descriptive, and her stories are set in exotic places like Tibet, the Gobi Desert, etc. You feel like you're actually there when you're reading. I especially liked "Living Water". It was excellent and had great characterization of Methos, and Ayesha is hysterical and definitely someone to contend with.



(NAME) Amanda Head
(1/14/99)
(recommend)



Wheel of Fortune by Kristen Larson was an incredible story. It makes you realize that life is precious and that you should never take anyone or anything for granted.



(NAME) Zelda of Arel
(1/07/99)
(recommend)



Heads up, by Allen Driskill. It's a great cross over X-files and Highlander. Very exciting.



(NAME) Moonbeam
(12/03/98)
(recommend)


"The Best Defense I, II, III" by I-can't-remember-the-author's-name-damnit. (Or where to find them!) However, if the author of these stories, or any other kindly folk would be nice enough to point my to the website housing them, I'd be forever grateful. If it helps to jog anyone else's memory, they are about Methos's entrance into the Watchers and subsequent Watcher Training. Anybody ringing any bells?



(NAME) Teresa Coffman
(11/11/98)
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I recommend A Gathering of Angels, by Maygra de Rhema. I generally do not care for crossovers, but this is my one BIG exception. It is a crossover with Touched By An Angel, and I LOVE it.
The angel team try to reconcile Duncan and Methos after CaH/Rev 6:8. It is a wonderful treatment of all the characters, from both shows. Andrew plays the part of an immortal, Monica applies to Duncan for a job teaching self-defense, and Tess sings at Joe's.
If you're a Methos lover, this has *wonderful* post-Rev 6:8 angst. We get hints at how immortals fit into God's plan, and Methos is actually friends with the real Angel of Death, going way back. If it's legal for you to read things rated R, read this!





(NAME) Ariel
(11/06/98)
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The "What If?.." Series by Tessa Rae
This series is HANDS DOWN the best Alternate Universe series I've ever had the pleasure to read. The author does a truly excellent job of mixing the actual episdoes with a well-plotted alternate timeline. It also contains a nicely done (and romantic) DM/M relationship, Watchers galore, and all our favorite Immies, good and evil!





(NAME)Jason B
(10/07/98)
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The entire End Game series, which can be found in this archive. It gives an intresting twist on the future of the Immortal Race. It portrays the question can the game be stopped if so at what cost? If you are particularly a fan of Methos, he plays an important role in the series, all in all a great read.





(NAME) Farquarson
(9/06/98)
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I highly recommend Sandra McDonald's trilogy about Methos during WWII: The Wars We Choose, The Battles We Lose, and The Victories We Claim.
The three stories span the beginning of Methos' involvement in the Second World War in 1940 to its aftereffects, circa 1945-46. McDonald is to be commended for clarity, vividry and historical accuracy. Her depiction of Methos is a finely drawn picture of a complex and believable man. And Connor MacLeod, who appears as a secondary character in the first two stories, likewise is a portrait of the Elder Highlander that his best friend would recognize. These stories are easily among the finest Highlander fan fiction I have seen. Run, don't walk, to the Highlander:The Anthology website (the only place I've seen the McDonald trilogy so far):
http://www.mindspring.com/~vfoster/HL/
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Actually there is a site with all of Sandra's works, Her Home Page :)





(NAME) Andrew
(9/03/98)
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"Of Immortals and Other Disasters" by Quicksilver.
I recommend this story to anyone who is a sucker for a good Highlander/Buffy crossover. This story is about Methos and Buffy and has no other Immie.





(NAME) Laura
(8/27/98)
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The Begining.
I would like to recommend this well written story to anyone who Like stories with a biblical basis. This story is sincere and non-judgemental.
PS. Bring a kleenex.





(NAME) Sharay
(8/22/98)
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Mona Ramsey's Marx Brothers Series (Adult/Slash)
Some of the most fun D/M stories out there. If you ever get over-angst out check these out.





(NAME) Moonbeam
(8/21/98)
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"Bodypaint, Bartabs, and Beer" by Andie P. Why? Because it's an incredibly good laugh. It's one of those rare 'split your own gut and die of asphyxiation cuz you're laughing to hard to bother with breathing' type stories. You know, the best kind. :)





(NAME) Kinddrid@aol.com
(7/27/98)
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"Demons? What Demons" by Artemyss. She's a very talented author, and it's a great Army of Darkness/ Highlander crossover. Ash is at his ever-loving best, his lines are just as hysterical in this as they are in the movie, and the Highlander characters, as we know and love them, are absolutely wonderful.
This story takes Archangel, spins it on it's head, making it all the more enjoyable. It also gives the story a *reason* to have a demon in a Highlander episode...after all Demons are Ash's specialty! Seriously, you'll enjoy it from start to end, but make sure you have time to read it all the way through...you won't want to put it down!
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(NAME) Sybille
(6/22/98)
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Practically everything written by MERRY LYNNE, She has a pretty nice style and good insight into the characters (At least IHMO)
As far as her short humorous pieces are concerned: definitely "ROTFL" - material.
I also think her two-parter "Resolution/Intervention" deserves a special mentioning, because it is an outstanding "character-story", dealing various aspects of the ever fascinating Duncan/Methos- relationship. Pt2 "Intervention" contains some Slash and more violence than might have been necessary. Personally, I am not too fond of these kind of things, but the author has managed to write these scenes in way they make sense and can be considered logical part of the character development. That`s quite an achievement, considering the huge amount of trash, floating around in the web.

Many Greetings from Germany
Sybille
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(NAME) Frances
(5/28/98)
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A Quickening of Friends by Maxine Mayer. Up until now her stories were only available via her mail loop. There are 40 stories at the site currently. Quickening of Friends takes place after the double Quickening. Maxine's universe is fascinating, and she has an interesting perspective about Duncan & Methos. Also her characters Quentin, Lamartin, Erasmus minor are funny, adorable and charming.

Her website is
http://members.tripod.com/~MaxineMayer/index.htm
Frances
doylefm@ix.netcom.com
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(NAME) Theresa
(5/25/98)
(recommend)
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No Name: The good immortal that Darius killed was Methos best friend for thousands of years (maybe not during the bronze age) and Darius was Methos student. What he did when his student killed his best friend, and how he resolved the inter conflict in his heart
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(NAME) Kinddrid@aol.com
(5/20/98)
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TWELVE DAYS IN FEBRUARY by Sue Kelley, it is a truly wonderful piece of fan fiction. The story is gripping and suspenseful, and keeps you guessing to the end. Even after you think you've seen it all, there's a new twist and you're spiraling after the new conclusion. Once you start you won't be able to stop.
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(NAME) susana
(5/15/98)
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all stories by Dina Heredia are burn the midnight oil page turners. I was up all night running to the printer to find out what would happen next in the Khaalida -Isa Ramirez series. she combines history with a wonderful gift for storytelling. Trust Me, you'll be hooked.
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(NAME) Kay K. Smith
(5/14/98)
(recommend)
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In The End
Emilie Renee Karr
This is a very compelling look at the Gathering with the added bonus of being a XF crossover. I enjoyed the amount of interaction between MacLeod/Scully and Mulder. So many crossovers don't have much interaction between the two universes.
I highly recommend this story!
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(NAME) Colin W. Stewart III
(5/12/98) (recommend)
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I recomend a story call "Immortal Quest". It isn't on this page but you can find it at this address:
www.sff.net/people/rayhne/PRETENDEr/stories.htp
This is a crossover story that touches on a theory of Immortals being born and having mothers and since I see people challenging others to write stories about Immortals getting pregnant and so forth, I thought I'd throw this one out there. It's a cross over of Highlander and The Pretender. A good story and I think Highlander fans will enjoy it thoroughly.
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(NAME) Colin W. Stewart III
(5/12/98)
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The story is titled "Swords" and the author goes by "Red_Wolf" and I recommend this story because it combines my favorite all time comic book character with my two favorite Scottish hero's. The story was well written and thought out and although it had a few minor flaws, which the author is correcting, I enjoyed it a lot. He new the characters well ane they behaved consistently in the way I have come to know them. The author was true to the original style in which the characters were created and blended the story lines well.
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(NAME) Serendipity
(4/29/98)
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I like R. McMillan's stories, Kris Larsons' stories, Maria Salazar's Pilar stories are great! Dark Beauty by Ria is good, because it incorporates the quickening that supposedly took place in Pompeii and its consequences (also, lots of details about the eruption).
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(NAME) Celina
(4/14/98)
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Anything by either MacGeorge or Russet McMillan. I love the way they understand the characters, and what they write makes so much sense, they should have been involved in script writing for the show had they been allowed. I do my own Highlander fanfic, and I hold both of them up as examples of how I want my own fiction to be like.
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(NAME) Sarah H
(4/03/98)
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"Double Date" and its sequel "Boy Toys" by Diana DeShaun
http://home.interpath.net/crickard/doubledate.htm
http://home.interpath.net/crickard/boytoys.htm

Both of these stories are hysterically funny DM/M slash --her other stories are really good too.
Everyone should get a chance to enjoy these.
Sarah
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By the way DeShaun's stories will be joining the archive soon. :)



(NAME) LS
(4/03/98)
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Ok, so you want a recommendation? If you like slash, and relationships, try Monica's Glorybox. Her two series, The Domesticity Series (now up to 7--awesome.) and the Tribal Rituals (you have to read these stories to believe it--the series takes place during last year's World Series. Sound interesting? It is!) are very good, and I highly recommend reading them..if just for the HOT sex. And I don't mean petting, I mean hot and heavy, and by all the alive and dead Gods, damn erotic.
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Archivist's note: You can find a link to Monica's page on Karen's Fanfic Index, on the slash page.

(NAME) Liz
(3/20/98)
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Okay, there's a few stories I would like to see make a home on your page, but instead of listing all the stories, I'd just like to recommend the two authors, and nominate all their work. AC writes great fanfic, and she writes a lot about Richie and Methos and as a special added bonus, she writes them well. Though be warned once you start reading her fanfic, you won't want to stop!
Then there's beccaelizabeth, who also writes great fanfic, her ongoing series story is excellent and leaves you begging for more.
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AC's stories are being added to the archive, and there is also a link to her stories on the Links page.



(NAME) Jen
(3/16/98)
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Melina Clark's 'Beauty's Daughter' presents a wonderfully romantic crossover with the ROG and the X Files' Dana Scully. She recently followed up with a terrific sequel (don't think it's archived yet), 'Thine Be the Gladness'. Great use of characters from both series. I can't recommend highly enough Lisa Krakowka's Sarah MacGreggor saga! Featuring a wonderfully drawn original character and much romance, adventure, twists and turns, it's definitely worth the time you'll spend reading it. More favs include Peggy Eaton's 'Ashes-Ashes', a fascinating look at the ROG teaching a new immortal, a really well drawn character (sequel much needed!) and Catherine Boone's 'Lytell Geste' an adorably humorous piece, light, no angst in sight. And for crossover fans, Cagey's Herc/Xena xover, 'Gods Slept' I and II were extremely well done. The Herc/Xena characters were quite effective in the modern day portions of the story deserves a part III. Above all else though, I have to recommend (again, for crossover fans) an XFiles xover (archived at Gossamer) by Bonnie Drew with Sally Bradstreet, The Immortal Series. A funny, romantic, though-provoking, spooky :), truly wonderful collection of stories. A true mix of both series, it eventually utilizes all the major (and some minor) characters from both shows (although Methos doesn't show til 3rd part, don't skip ahead, trust me :) ). Brilliantly done!
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(NAME) Beth
(2/20/98)
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The entire Immortal Files series. I love X-Files cross- overs, and these are some of the best!
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For now, to find these stories go to Gossamer, the X-Files fanfic Archive, a link can be found on the Links page.




(NAME)  Eric
(2/17/98)
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I recommend Holly Benton's story, "The End is the Beginning". It's the sequel to
"Visions", but EITB is a better story. She captures the essence of the characters and
you can hear them talking. Pretty cool plot twist, too.
I also recommend "Scars" by Angela Mull, or anything by Sandra McDonald. They are both
exceptionally gifted writers.
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(NAME)  Anonymous
(2/16/98)
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Perri Smith's "Sun and Moon," series is probably
the best Highlander/Forever Knight crossover story
that I have ever read.  If you can't find the whole series 
in any of the Highlander sites, I recommend going to 
the Forever Knight Fan Fiction page.
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(NAME) George Reid
(2/16/98)
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"Quickenings: What, Why, When, and How" is cool. It is really interesting - sorta like a scientific HL manual. It should definitely be included in the FAQ. I really enjoyed it and I've given copies to all my HL-loving friends.
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(NAME) Janeen Grohsmeyer
(2/15/98)
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Anything and everything by Russet McMillan. All the stories are well written, and they have interesting plot twists and unusual perspectives on ideas we often take for granted. I really liked "Adam".
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(NAME) Abbi Cee
(2/13/98)
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AC www.astrochick.com has several stories some slash, some not. All are good and best of all, Richie's not dead.
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(NAME) Lisa
(2/10/98)
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FAERY CHILD by Janeen Grohsmeyer This is a poignant, well-written shorter story, very enjoyable and involving to read.
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(NAME) Alison
(1/28/98)
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The Witness, by Michelle Lynn Martin.
This is a Crossover with a vengeance. Not only that, it's also well written and funny. If you like the X-Files, Forever Knight, Quantum Leap and Starman as well as Highlander, then this is the story for you. Read it, it's great.
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(NAME) Anna
12/24/97
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I'd recommend any works by Sandra McDonald. She is a great writer and I loved all that I've read that was done by her.
Thanx for listening to suggestions.
This is a great page!!
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   Archivist's Note -- A link to Sandra McDonald's stories can be found on the links page. Thanks.



(NAME) Dina Heredia
12/23/97
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Kat Parsons is an excellent writer. I suggest any of her stories, especially about Richie Ryan.
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