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This is a list of all fanfics I've written, organized by Doctor or type (e.g. multi-Doctor, crossover).

Since many of my fics deal with particular episodes, they're listed by episode when appropriate. (This makes for some weirdness, as I have some fics that feature one Doctor but refer to a different Doctor's episode.)

  • Multi-chapter fics are marked as such and have their wordcounts indicated.
  • Story collections say "collections"
  • All other fics are single short stories (less than 10,000 words).

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More rambling

Things have been very busy this week. Outside of work, I've had three concerts (two different bands), one rehearsal (because one of the concerts was at the same time as the other band's rehearsal), and a game night, and tomorrow is a Stargate SG-1 fest all day. This is a bit of a strain on this introvert, let me tell you. This evening has been the only day I've had to relax. Monday night will be so nice.

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July Camp

I intended to spend this Camp Nanowrimo doing another WIP rush, trying to finish up one of my nearly thirty WIPs that have been sitting around. And then I got an idea and I seem to have run with it. It's the seventh day and I've already written 12,000 of my target 20,000 words. Just woah. With that pace, I could win real NaNoWriMo (which I've never done). It's a weird idea (for me, not for other people) and I seem to have hit a rough spot today, so who knows if I'll be able to keep it up or if I'll actually finish the story, but at least it's made it a lot easier for me to finish Camp.


"The Play's the Thing"

Title: "The Play's the Thing"
Fandom(s): Doctor Who
Characters: David Tennant, Eleventh Doctor
Pairing(s): None
Rating: G
Genre: Science Fiction
Word Count: 4781

Summary: David is settling into life in the TARDIS, but knows he needs to start planning for the future.

Author's Note: This story is canon to The Actor and occurs sometime between the adventure in Cambridge and the adventure on the slave ship. Please note that it is somewhat spoilerific and that you really should read The Actor first.

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A Squee! moment

Being rather unmotivated recently and wanting to just lose myself in something mindless, I've been playing an iPad game called Fairway Solitaire. It's tri-peaks style card game with a golf theme, the idea being that you're trying to leave as few cards on the table as possible (just as in golf, you're trying to get the ball in the hole with as few strokes as possible.

The levels are set up as golf courses, and in general, they have silly names, usually puns, such as "O'Kaye Bayou", "Saul T. Shores", and "Watchya Steppe". I usually don't pay much attention to them - I just go to the next one and start playing.

Yesterday, as I started the next course, I saw that it was named "Noble Rose Run". I thought, "Hey, that's pretty. You know, if this was a DW reference, that's a great way to hit both Rose and Donna," and then continued playing and forgot about it.

This morning, I played a few more courses and moved to the next one, and it was named "Tennant Highlands"!! So, apparently, the first one was a DW reference! I checked back, and the courses between them were "Melody River" and "Woodtorch Royal". There aren't any other pop culture references in the game that I can find, so apparently someone on the game team is a DW fan and got to name some courses. That was just cool to find!


What's your Doctor Who dream?

I just thought about this, and just wanted to see what you'd answer. What's your Doctor Who dream, meaning, if there's one thing associated with the show that you could do, what would it be? Three rules:

  • It must be related in some way to DW (including expanded universe), even tangentially. So, if you wanted to have dinner with David Morrissey, that fits, as he did appear on the show.
  • It must be possible. As far as we know, anyway, so no "become the Doctor's companion" (unless you can prove that it's possible, in which case, we are all coming with you). "Play the Doctor's companion" is possible.
  • It must be something you haven't done before. So, I can't answer, "Meet Peter Davison", because I already have done so.

So, what's your dream? Think about it and be wild! It could be anything! Write an episode? Direct an episode? Become best friends with Peter Capaldi? Re-write and re-shoot the end of season 4 so that Donna doesn't get her mind wiped? ;) Destroy all copies of "Time-Flight" in the world so that we can claim it never existed? Discover a perfect copy of "The Highlanders"? (Oh, please please please!) Let's hear it!

Mine behind the cut...

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I told my husband that I rated "Death and the Queen" at 8/10, and he was surprised! He said he'd definitely give it a 9/10, and said that there was a specific reason why he wouldn't give it a 10/10: there was no mention of pockets. Ideally, Donna would have saved some situation by pulling something out and saying to the Doctor, "This time, my wedding dress has pockets!" or at the very least, when he was admiring her wedding dress, she should have told him that she had them put in pockets this time. That would have been a fantastic nod back to Donna's first wedding.

Seriously, though, I had no idea he liked it that much. Awesome. :)

I forgot to mention that "Death and the Queen" was written by James Goss, who also wrote the magnificent audiobook "Dead Air". Have you listened to that one? You should. Go do it now. I mentioned before that I am trying to pay attention to the writers to identify those whose works I like, so now Mr. Goss is going on my list and I need to search out his work.


Review: "Death and the Queen"

Spoilerific review after the second listen.

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