andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Default)
Rating: G

Warnings: None, unless you have a deathly allergy to female dwarves.

Word count: Circa. 850

Summary: When Harding met Dagna.

Author's Note: This is actually a teaser for something longer, so not posting to AO3 yet.

See, I saw a Dagna/Harding prompt on [community profile] areyougame and anime hearts appeared in my eyes as I said 'THAT WOULD BE THE MOST ADORABLE THING EVER.' I figured I could easily knock out a drabble or ficlet in the week and a half I had to produce something. Only then I started, and after a few days I had three thousand words of dwarf femslash that showed no signs of being done. It had even developed something with a suspicious resemblance to an actual plot. Anyway, it became obvious that there was no way I was going to get it finished, edited and betaed by July 6th when I was meant to be posting.

So here is the first bit! I am going to try to finish the rest by the end of the month, but I think this stands up fine on its own as a scene from life at Skyhold. It is not actually very slashy yet, alas.

Things exploding below the cut. )
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It is hot. I cannot sleep. I am afraid that the contents of my inbox will eat me if I look at it too hard. So obviously the best thing to do is stay up and play Trope Bingo! And work on something I was writing in ... good grief. January 2010.

One is meant to write a separate story for each square, but since the parts of this are only connected by theme, I don't really see this as cheating as such.

Rating: PG

Characters: Ninth Doctor, Jack Harkness

Summary: Forced intimacy clichés are no match for the Doctor. Ten times the universe failed to get everyone's favourite Time Lord laid, despite its best efforts.

Trope below cut. )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Default)
This time, the fic-bit is Sarah Jane Adventures flavoured! AU of Revenge of the Slitheen. (Maria is around somewhere, of course. Perhaps trying to drag her fox terrier daemon away from a lamp post, or doing something else that keeps her from supervising Luke for a moment.)

Read on ... )

Clyde's deamon form came to me in a flash of inspiration, but there are a few notable people in the Whoniverse I'm still just plain stuck on.

Steven Taylor: Almost all male companions have dog daemons. Because they're loyal, brave, honest and curious and, let's be frank, because there is not a huge variation in personality between them. (Obvious exceptions include Adric and Turlough.) So Ian's daemon might be a beagle while Rory's is an Irish setter, but they're both essentially doggy. And yet, I cannot hit upon the right daemon for Steven, despite him being pretty much the same as all the others. Maybe I have just not thought of the correct breed.

Sam Jones: I think it is because she has no discernible personality. It is hard to embody something that doesn't exist in animal form. (No, I don't like Sam very much, why do you ask?)

Martha Jones: On the other hand, I love Martha, and yet I am equally stumped by her. I have no idea where to even start. Suggestions from my friends included a spider, a St Bernard and a peregrine falcon.

Amy Pond: Amy's daemon is as striking and beautiful as she is herself, and so unusual people turn their heads to look at it. There is certainly not another one like it in Leadworth. I just do not know what it is.
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Dear Whoniverse Daily Monitor: Please do not link to this yet. I'll repost the whole thing when it's complete, and I'd rather you saved it for then.

Rating: PG

Author's Notes: Jumping forward again here. I guess it doesn't really matter what order I post these in, and since this is actually the first one I thought of ...

Summary: Forced intimacy clichés are no match for the Doctor. Ten times the universe failed to get everyone's favourite Time Lord laid, despite its best efforts.

Characters: The Seventh Doctor, Ace.

Read on ... )
andraste: From colour stills of 'The Aztecs'. (Barbara as Yetaxa)
Author's Notes: Part Two on hold while I do some research on 18th century Scottish attitudes toward same-sex relationships. (The internet is surprisingly unforthcoming on the subject. Perhaps I will have to go to the actual library.) Anyway, they're only in chronological order for the sake of convenience, so it doesn't matter what order you read in. First part here.

Rating: PG

Pairing: Third Doctor/Master

Read on ... )
andraste: From colour stills of 'The Aztecs'. (Barbara as Yetaxa)
Rating: Um, PG?

Author's Note: Yes. It is a story. That I wrote. And am posting. Nobody faint! Well, it's the first part of a story, in any case. The structure is the same as Like Nobody's Watching, except the common theme isn't dancing but ... well, see summary.

Dear Who Newsletter Monitor: Please do not link to this yet! I'll repost the whole thing when it's complete, and I'd rather you saved it for then.

Summary: Forced intimacy cliches are no match for the Doctor. Ten times the universe failed to get everyone's favourite Time Lord laid, despite its best attempts.

First Doctor Era ... )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Business Associates)
I'm not sure if I'm going to manage the drabble-a-day some people are doing between now and Christmas - I have my Yuletide story to finish - but NaNoWriMo has definitely unstuck my brain. Today, more Heroes crack!

So, I was discussing with various people the idea that Mohinder's Sekrit Ability is attracting villains. Naturally this lead to a series of crossover ideas, and this one is for [livejournal.com profile] apathocles.

... which means it should be easy to guess the fandom before you click on the cut. )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Default)
All right, so maybe I am writing it. This is what you get for encouraging me!

Smith and Jones was only one third downloaded when I left for work, so I cannot yet join fandom in its squee. Instead, you get this *g*. I think I have probably picked the worst day this year for posting Doctor Who fanfic, but I was bored out of my tiny skull here at work and many of you seemed interested. This is not a complete story. It's not even a complete section. It's not been properly researched, let alone betaed as yet. It is, as the header says, a 'teaser trailer' for the story. Details may well change during the creative process. (Just for starters, the school doesn't have a name yet.)

Rating: For this bit PG. For the story as a whole ... er, damned if I know yet.

Characters: Everyone who ever has been or ever shall be in Doctor Who is in this story somewhere, although only a few of them are actually in this bit. However, there are enough people mentioned in passing to render character/pairing lables meaningless. Call it 'ensemble cast' and have done.

Caveat lector. )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Business Associates)
Rating: This story contains Captain Jack Harkness. I figure a story
becomes at least PG the moment he opens his mouth.

Author's Notes: Merry Christmas, everyone. Set right after The
Doctor Dances
. Contains discussion of Jack/Doctor, Jack/Rose,
Jack/Doctor/Rose ...

But we all knew Jack was a big slut, yes? )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Business Associates)
Rating: Quite surprisingly clean, giving that it involves a fertility
dance around a giant pole.

Author's Notes: As the ratings note implies, set immediately after
The Daemons. Staring the Third Doctor, Jo Grant and the redoubtable
Sergeant Benton.

You have to love a show that has a canon May Pole. Or at least I do. )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Business Associates)
Wow, I didn't think the last installment was that bad *g*. Maybe you
just don't like C'Rizz? Anyway, moving right along...

Rating: So clean you'd think I'd scrubbed it with Jiff.

Author's Notes: Jumping backwards now that I've been able to download
the episode I needed to review, this installment stars the Seventh Doctor
and Melanie Jane Bush. Set during Delta and the Bannermen, and
drawing on some audio/book canon.

Canon dance below cut. )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Business Associates)
Rating: If this story was any cleaner, you could eat off it. Or something.

Author's Notes: Another foray into the world of Big Finish audio. I'm handwaving and assuming that there are zones in the Divergent Universe that the Doctor and his companions travelled through other than those we hear about directly; this is set before The Last. Also, I do not remember if Eutermesan is the correct spelling or not.

Eight, Charley and C'rizz. )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Business Associates)
Rating: Still pure as the driven snow.

Author's Note: Expect a short break in the installments over my
weekend. (I have Fridays and Saturdays off.) Hopefully I'll get through the
rest of the Doctors next week.

Six and Evelyn, w00t. )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Business Associates)
Rating: Still surprisingly clean for a Doctor Who story about
dancing. This time traces of Tegan=>Five.

Author's Note: Spot the direct Big Finish quotation and win a prize!

Below the cut, more dancing. )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Business Associates)
Author's Notes: Behold, a title! Skipping past Three until I can
watch the end of The Daemons again (hooray for canon dancing) we
arrive at Four.

Rating: Still fairly clean, but contains traces of Doctor/Romana
shipping. (I mention this for people who are allergic to the whole concept
of Doctor/Anyone. Or any weirdos people who object to Doctor/Romana
in particular, I suppose.)

Continuity: I'm handwaving a gap between The Armageddon Factor
and Destiny of the Daleks into existence.

Read on ... )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Business Associates)
This really needs a proper collective title that doesn't already belong to
an episode. Er, help?

ETA: Thought of one and edited the subject accordingly today *g*.

Rating: Even cleaner than yesterday's.

Author's Note: I think Ben and Polly come from 1967, but I don't have
proper internet access to double-check. I'll look it up when I get home if
nobody corrects me before then!

Below the cut ... )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Business Associates)
Rating: Incredibly clean, as it's being posted from work. (Dance
metaphors notwithstanding.)

Author's Notes Hooray, I finally managed to write something at work!
There are going to be seven more of these sooner or later; this is just the
first one. I must come up with a proper collective title.

(ETA: Added proper collective title to subject line *g*.)

Summary: The Doctor has been dancing for a long time.

Read on ... )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Old School)
Author’s Notes: This is the prologue of a series. I have not the faintest idea how many future parts there will be, but the number is certainly greater than ten.

The series as a whole uses characters from both the old and new TV series as well as the various spin offs. It is, however, intended to be comprehensible no matter what your level of Doctor Who canon knowledge. Provided you know that the Doctor is a Time Lord who travels through time and space in a police box, you’re good to go *g*.

This part is about the Sixth Doctor and one of his companions. There are further notes at the end of the story for non-experts, with images.

A Further Note on Future Series Content: While Into the Wardrobe itself contains nothing that couldn’t be broadcast in the show, other parts will contain more adult content and some romantic liaisons. There will be more specific warnings later. For the moment, just know that I consider it part of my personal canon that the Doctor and Romana were romantically involved. Also that Captain Jack will show up later and, er, be Captain Jack.

Rating: PG

Part One )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Crais)
Yesterday's readers my be relieved to learn that this ends on an up note *g*.

Once I've cleaned up all the segments and got them in order, would someone like to beta this for me? I don't anticipate major structural alterations, so it shouldn't need too much attention.

In an Unrealized Reality far, far away ... )
andraste: The reason half the internet imagines me as Patrick Stewart. (Crais)
No fluff here today - this one is rather grim. The first three installments of this story are here, here and here.

This AU breaks off from Farscape canon late in Season One. You'll work it out.

I did say it was grim, didn't I? )

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