Slash = Gay. There are explicit sex scenes in some of the fiction. You have been notified. 🙂
Visitors won’t have issues. It won’t bring back the ones who got disgusted with the mobile menu FUBAR, but them’s the breaks.
However, please tell others that they won’t have anymore issues. IF they do, Please Tell Me.
My site is slow.
The mobile menu isn’t working correctly.
It took me over 15 seconds for a story to come up in the Kindle browser. If I stop it from loading, then hit the story link again, it comes right up.
This tells me that the problem is in the server, not my design. My design is very low-end with header images that rarely top 100kb. The theme I’m using didn’t register any problems when I troubleshooted through several sources. So again. The server.
I’m currently on Shared Hosting that costs me $12/month. If I want Dedicated Hosting that is far more reliable and fast loading, I’ll have to pay $20/month. It’s a bloody racket.
I didn’t realize that “A Journal Entry” wasn’t on AO3. So without further ado:
Mature | Jack/Daniel | Daniel 1st person POV | Post-Series
Summary: Daniel’s jotting down some thoughts in his journal about the definition of epiphany and why it came about.
Author Note: This 1st person POV is unusual for me. I don’t read them, not in fanfic. The voices are rarely right. I’ve attempted this myself only once before and didn’t succeed all that well. But I decided to give it another try, that perhaps going at it from a journal perspective might work better. At least that’s what the muse decided when she threw this bunny at my head. Thanks to my betas who helped with that. *I forgot this wasn’t on AO3. Now it is, if you feel like commenting or leaving Kudos.
Copied from the Trinity Universe Index page.
About the Trinity Universe
- Trinity (et al) was begun in 2002. Over time, as I became more entrenched in the series, and thus more attached and familiar with the original characters, I went through Visits in 2008 for a re-edit. In rewriting Visits, some of the continuity in Trinity changed, particularly the first five chapters, so I edited I and II, then later rewrote III-IV and V in 2018. Unfortunately, the writing shows some changes because of time passage and supposed learning.
I’ve decided to leave the plan to rewrite the entire series (for continuity of Visits’ rewrite) alone, the same chapters as the chapters on AO3. It’s solely due to my interest in doing it. Going over old ground just doesn’t make sense to me. If I want to change things, I’ll just start a whole new series. Sort of an AU of an AU. Nah.
- In my head, the original characters look like specific people, with slight alterations. Jason is Major Coburn played by Steve Bacic. But Jason is an inch taller and has a slightly narrower jawline. His is the only cemented portrait (apart from the main characters of the SG-1 series). For that reason, this website no longer has visual aids (sliders or headers). It’s better for the reader to have their own view of original characters.
- Trinity Chapter numbers have changed from their Latin numerals to the standard English numerals.
- Some titles have changed.
- Old 5-part Chapter XXX has been deleted (its old copy is still on AO3). Trinity ends with Trinity 30-32, “Veil.” The old chapter was nothing but sex and kink (and Jason had sex with Alex) and there was no redeeming value in it. To me, it read like a teen wrote it.
- Trilogy has been renumbered and will end with chapter 20.
Since it’s separate in tone and background from Intervals, it’s got a new title.
Introducing a trio of series dubbed The Trinity Universe. It’s about a polyamorous relationship involving Daniel Jackson, Jack O’Neill, and Daniel’s best friend, Jason Coburn (leader of SG-2).
The story starts with Visits (7 chapters), moves into Trinity (30 chapters), and continues in Trilogy (14 chapters).
Jason was created from the temporary character “Major Coburn/Sergeant Coburn” who appeared in season 3’s “Maternal Instinct” and season 4’s “The First Ones.” He’s listed in the ending credits as “Major Coburn”, but both Jack and Teal’c refer to him as Sergeant. I made Jason an officer.
This series begins a few days after season 5’s “Last Stand”. Daniel’s having nightmares about Ba’al and his creepy Loh’tar. He’s also suffering from melancholic depression, caused by environmental factors. Namely: his estranged friendship from Jack. At the end of season 3, they were friends. At the beginning of season 4, where TPTB changed producers, directors, and writers, they weren’t. “Visits” was my reaction, and it departs from canon after season 5’s “Last Stand” and becomes an Alternate Universe (AU). All episodes after that no longer exist and everything becomes its own divergent universe (hence The Trinity Universe).
In Visits, Daniel’s best friend, Jason Coburn, decides to do something about his friend’s depression, distracting him in SG-1’s shower room. For the next few days, they explore each other and Daniel learns that Jason’s been in love with him for a few years (since “Maternal Instinct”). The few days’ worth of intimacy lifts Daniel’s mood. What turns it, as a version of retribution, is when Jack sees Daniel and Jason at a Mexican restaurant, and discovers that they’re seeing each other. It pulls Jack’s head out of his ass and makes him realize that his treatment of Daniel was a homophobic rejection of his own feelings.
By chapter 7, the last in Visits, Daniel accepts Jack, but tells him he’s not leaving Jason. If he’s interested, Daniel would have him in a polyamorous relationship. By the end of the chapter, Jack accepts. Trinity begins with Jason and Jack trying to figure out how this poly relationship would work–and whether or not they could love one another, not just Daniel.
Further into the series, it becomes clear that the poly relationship is open for occasional additional lovers, but that Daniel/Jack/Jason would never be split up.
Introducing Intervals. It’s a Jack/Daniel Relationship series based on the canon episodes, starting with the fourth episode, “Broca Divide.”
While the chapters are AU, they’re based on canon. Sometimes an episode is so badly written by The Powers That Be (TPTB) that it was a miracle trying to cover it. In some cases, I was forced to skip it because I couldn’t think up a scene or scenes to explain it. This especially applies to the fifth season episode, “Menace.” At the time, writing soon after the episode aired, I chose a rather lame (monday-morning quarterbacking) excuse for Jack’s behavior. The best explanation, I think, is my standalone story, “When the World is Upside Down.” (see menu)
I haven’t created an Index. All episodes are listed in the menu.
Welcome to the Stargate SG-1 Slash Fiction sub site. I’ve posted a selection of my fiction. Find what you like in the menu or at my pages at Archive of Our Own.