3 Works in Jeannie Miller/Dave Sheppard
The marriage of Jeannie Elizabeth Miller and David James Sheppard was quite possibly, at least among Canadians with a television and Americans with ties to Wall Street, the biggest event since the invention of the wheel.
But this isn't a story about them; not really.
No, this is a story about their brothers—John Sheppard and Rodney McKay—and the one event that drew them into each other's orbits, unwillingly or not.
David walked lazily up to the porch, wrapping an arm around his wife’s waist and leaning his head down on her shoulder. Jeannie didn’t flinch; she’d known he’d been there for awhile. The sunlight—at least, it was some sort of ambient light that felt warm like sunlight, but without a direct source—streamed in through the windows and made everything glow. Or it was possible everything was just glowing of its own accord. Things tended to do that, here.
- Part 1 of Shakespeareisms
A look at one of the other universes shown in The Daedalus Variations.