Author has written 26 stories for Chuck, and CSI.
Hello. I am Atlee. Teller of Tales. Seeker of Truths. Spinner of Several Chuck-Related Yarns (which oddly enough, I do not own, as I state in painstaking detail in the aforementioned yarns).
As one can see, the number of stories has been adding up, so I have added a helpful primer for the lost traveller looking for a place to whet their fanfic whistle:
"Chuck vs. the Oscars" (set somewhere around Season 2) - My first story here, and for the most part, the jokiest. Basically a Hollywood spoof, through the eyes of Chuck.
"Morgan vs. the Truth" (set somewhere mid-Season 2) - Morgan tries to learn the truth about what happened to his best friend. Imagine a 40's hardboiled detective movie, with a re-animated Humphrey Bogart playing Morgan (at least until he starts eating co-stars brains, forcing him to be replaced by Matthew McConaghey in an act of desperation).
"Chuck vs. the Island Getaway" (set right after "Chuck vs. the Suburbs" in Season 2) - A homage to Agatha Christie/ take on Chuck and Sarah's relationship during one of their (many) awkward periods. Originally intended to be accompanied by a companion story involving Casey going on Jury Duty. In a parallel universe, this story became the first work of fanfiction to win the Pulitzer Prize. In this universe, however, it never got off the ground.
"Conversations on a Saturday" (set between Seasons 2 and 3) - A short story involving three pairs of characters interacting with each other after the post-Season 2 fallout.
"Awkward Social Engagements on a Sunday" (set a few months after "Saturday") - Kind of a sequel to the above, involving a disastrous dinner party. If anyone ever decides to turn any of these stories into an off-Broadway play, I recommend this one. Though you could probably find better ways to invest your money.
"Scenes from a Wedding" (set somewhere after Season 2, but eventually became AU) - Really my favorite story. It started out as a one-shot involving a lesser used character, but eventually evolved into a POV-shifting look at Sarah and Chuck's relationship. Kind of like a cross between "Pulp Fiction" and "My Best Friend's Wedding", but without Julia Roberts sticking a hypodermic needle in Cameron Diaz's heart.
"Chuck vs. Unscripted Programming" (set mid-Season 3) - Winner of the Austin-Gerplange award for worst story title of 2010. A spoof of reality TV/ take on Chuck and Sara's relationship during yet another of their awkward periods. Seriously, what is it with these people?
"Band on the Run" (set post-Season 3) - Technically a crossover since it's from the POV of one of the characters from CSI. Which explains why it's in the savage wasteland that is the crossover section of the site. But the story is all about Jeffster.
"Two Nights on the Town" (set post-Season 3) - Submitted for the Season 4 Anniversary contest. Chuck/Morgan and Ellie/Sarah commemorate two different anniversaries. Similar in style to the Saturday/Sunday stories.
"The Christmas Crash Course" (set during Christmas Season 3, if there had been a Christmas in Season 3 - that grinch Shaw must have cancelled it) - Chuck tells Sarah what he loves about Christmas. Perfect for having your heart warmed and your eggs nogged (but not in a dirty way), and if anyone ever decides to turn any of these stories into a Claymation special, I recommend this one.
"Chuck vs. the Inquisition" (a one shot set post-"Chuck vs. the Tic-Tac") - Morgan takes up Chuck's offer to ask him all about his spy life.
"The Confrontation" (a one shot set post-Season 3)Ellie confronts the person she holds responsible for all of Chuck's secrets.
"Chuck vs. the Side Effect" (set post-Season 2) - Intersect 2.0 causes Chuck to have odd dreams. Basically, a bunch of parodies, though there is a storyline in there. If anyone ever decides to turn any of these stories into a peyote-fueled fever dream, I recommend this one. Still in progress.
"Casey vs. the Fifth Elder" (set post-Season 3) - Chuck and Sarah have resigned from the CIA and Casey has to work with a new team to bring down the one remaining Ring Elder. Basically a reaction to the heavily hyped Ring Elders turning into five faceless people who looked like they were late for the early bird special at Red Lobster. Still in progress.
"Casey vs. the Fifth Elder: B-Sides and Rarities" - A few missing scenes, takes from other characters' POV, and an excuse to go all self-indulgenty. Still in progress.
All stories involve semi-witty banter, excessive drinking by at least one character, frequent interrogations/interviews, and excessive overuse of the phrase "A moment later" and characters "nodding wordlessly."