twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (clara)
Okay, so there's not that much of it, but it is rather spread out. So I thought I'd do something to make finding stuff a little easier.

Stuff what I wrote. )
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (Default)
Title: The Art of Losing
Author: twitchbell
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: Mature
Characters: Eleventh Doctor; River Song
Pairing: Eleven/River
Summary: You look after him. You be a good girl and you look after him. Missing scene. Hurt/Comfort. Angst.
Word count: 1208
Spoilers: The Angels Take Manhattan
Author's Note: Set near the end of the episode, just prior to the scene between River and the Doctor in the TARDIS.

The Art of Losing )
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (venetian lady)
Title: Out of Time
Author: twitchbell
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: General Audiences
Characters: Eleventh Doctor; Romana I
Pairing: Mention of Eleven/River
Summary: A TARDIS inside a TARDIS and an unexpected meeting.
Word count: 1075
Spoilers: None
Author's Notes: RIP Mary Tamm.

Out of Time )
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (sisters)
Title: Through the Spaces of the Dark
Author: twitchbell
Fandom: Doctor Who/Party Animals
Rating: General Audiences
Characters: Martha Jones; Tish Jones; Ashika Chandirimani; Tenth Doctor; the Master; Danny Foster; Scott Foster
Pairing: Ashika Chandirimani/Scott Foster
Summary: The present collides head first with the Year That Never Was: Martha and Tish Jones come face to face with the painful memory of a day when the Master changed the rules.
Word count: 2700
Warning: character deaths
Author's Note: An in-depth knowledge of 'Party Animals' is not essential for reading, but this won't make much sense to anyone who doesn't know what happened at the end of 'Doctor Who' Season Three, i.e. the Year That Never Was.

Through the Spaces of the Dark )
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (HerNights)
Title: Rule 11
Author: twitchbell
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: Teen/Mature
Characters: Eleventh Doctor, River Song
Pairing: Eleventh Doctor/River Song
Summary: 'Rule 11,' the Doctor breathes in River's ear. 'There's always a convenient shrubbery.' Shameless banter and sexy times.
Word count: 648
Spoilers: none

Rule 11 )
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (HelloSweetie)
Title: The Loveliest Time of the Year
Author: twitchbell
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: Teen/Mature
Characters: Eleventh Doctor, River Song, Amy Pond, Rory Williams
Pairing: Eleventh Doctor/River Song; Amy/Rory
Summary: Amy finds out more than she bargained for about the complex sex life of River and the Doctor. Unseasonable festive fluff with kinky bits.
Word count: 1051
Spoilers: none
Author's Note: This is totally what happened after 'The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe'. In my head.

The Loveliest Time of the Year )
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (amygasp)
Title: Once Upon a Fairy Tale
Author: twitchbell
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: Teen
Characters: Eleventh Doctor, Amy, Rory
Summary: Something extraordinary has been seen in the forests near a small mining settlement, and there are plans afoot to hunt it down. Plans which include the kidnap of Amy, Rory and the Doctor.
Word count: 7120
Warnings: Some swearing.
Spoilers: Doctor Who Series 5
Author's Notes: Set before 'Amy's Choice'.

Once Upon a Fairy Tale )
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (Default)
Title: The Secrets That You Keep
Author: twitchbell
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: Teen
Characters: Eleventh Doctor; Rory
Pairing: background as canon
Summary: Rory reacts to the revelation about Amy.
Word count: 542
Warnings: none
Spoilers: Doctor Who Series 6. Set between 'The Rebel Flesh/The Almost People' and 'A Good Man Goes to War'.
Author's Notes: Missing scene.

The Secrets That You Keep )
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (eleven - flyaway hair)
Title: Prayers to Broken Stone
Author: twitchbell
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: PG13
Characters: Eleventh Doctor, Jack Harkness
Pairing: Eleventh Doctor/Jack Harkness
Summary: Jack Harkness encounters a new Doctor, one who's not quite himself and who seems set on putting the moves on Jack.
Word count: 4193
Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. 'Doctor Who' is the creative property of the BBC.
Warnings: Highlight here to see a warning which involves a story spoiler=> The first part contains the threat of sexual assault. Not explicit, but could be triggering.
Spoilers: Children of Earth

Story here. )
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (river)
Title: With a Kiss
Author: twitchbell
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: General
Characters: Eleventh Doctor, River Song
Word count: 100
Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. 'Doctor Who' is the creative property of the BBC.
Warnings: Highlight here to see a warning which involves story spoilers => Character death
Spoilers: Series 6 - speculation only.

Read on. )

Top Hat

Sep. 14th, 2010 08:58 pm
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (Default)
Cast your mind back to 3rd January 2009. The date when Matt Smith was revealed as the next Doctor. I didn't know of him, hadn't seen him in anything. And the first thing I thought when I saw him was, "Bloody hell! It's Christopher Chant! Aka as Chrestomanci." Specifically, Christopher a few years after 'Conrad's Fate', as a young man round about the time when he became the Chrestomanci.

This was not a helpful revelation. How was I supposed to warm to the Eleventh Doctor when I had instantly seen the actor playing him as someone else entirely? Worse, what if the Eleventh Doctor had some traits that were remniscent of Christopher? Would he be very vain about his appearance? Would he have a habit of seeming frightfully vague when he was actually extremely alert to what was happening? Would he have a nice line in polite sarkiness? With a new Doctor, everything was up for grabs. I was worried. And I couldn't mention it to anyone for fear of sounding like a complete muppet. For over a year I worried!

And then, and then ... the fifth series finally aired. And the Eleventh Doctor is ... the Eleventh Doctor: he's by turn clumsy, gawky, adorkable, old-man-in-a-young-man's-body, awkward alien, manipulative, rude and brilliant. I already love him to bits.

And no, I don't look at him any more and think "Christopher Chant!" Except, except ... back to the icon ... except in the wedding togs he wore in 'The Big Bang'. And only in the stills, because Christopher would not move like the Eleventh Doctor. (Because nobody moves like the Eleventh Doctor.)
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (ten)
I managed five whole posts last year - go me!

I had a great holiday at Middleham - here it is, looking all spooky in the snow and fog. I had the place all to myself on my birthday, which was lovely.




And Yuletide has made me happy, happy, happy. :)

Read more, but be warned of spoilers later for Doctor Who 'End of Time'. )
twitchbell: <user name=twitchbell> (Default)

Yep, the subject header says it all, really.

I've not really been a lazy cow.  Well, all right.  I have.  A bit.  But I've also had a dead computer, a holiday, too much stuff to do for work, a life (beyond work and computer), lots of letters to write and half a dozen stories to start writing.  

Note the 'start writing'.  Hey, it's what I do.  Now 'finish writing' is a whole new ball game, as they say, and I haven't actually mastered that yet.  Only occasionally does that pan out.  This is why my 2006 Hallowe'en story (which can't decide if it's humour, tragedy, angst or hurt/comfort and may end up as an unholy mixture of all of them) may or may not be ready for Easter 2007.  But that's okay, considering it's based on an idea I had back in the *cough* late 1980s, which I've attempted to write with three other trios prior to this.  And failed.  Obviously.  If this one actually makes it, it'll be a minor miracle!

Then there's the bondage fic.  Which doesn't seem to have any actual bondage in it, because that would derail the humour.  Trust me, I'm writing it and it would.  Not to mention the 'Torchwood' crossover fic which refuses to be written because a) I don't know where the series is going, which kind of buggers up the characterisation of Captain Jack and b) Certain Other People who keep running away with the plot and will have to be retconned into submission if they don't start behaving themselves.  

And then there's the Angsty Fic of Doom and Death.  Which arose from a nightmare about global warming.  I kid ye not.  It's very angsty.  It's full of doom and actual death.  And every time I attempt to write it, I get all teary and depressed.  Which kind of begs the question why I'm writing the damn thing in the first place.  I think it's to get it out of my system once and for all.  And also, obviously, to depress anyone who doesn't heed the warnings and actually reads it. 

However, there is one which is almost actually finished.  It has a beginning, most of a middle and an end.  Just a crucial bit in the middle (just before the end) to sort out.  Just, she says.  Look forward to seeing this one sometime in the middle of the next decade, then.

On other matters:  I loved, loved, loved the DW Christmas Special.  Catherine Tate is exactly the sort of companion the Doctor needs.  Someone who'll give him a slap when he's being a prat.  Martha, take notes.

Fight Club Torchwood was effective last week.  It's a very uneven series.  I like the way that all the characters are really a bit (a lot!) crap.  This, surely, cannot be the creme de la creme of Torchwood - these must be the rejects!  I like Gwen's descent into being as morally questionable as the rest of them - though she should have seen it coming.  And please could Ianto do something other than make the coffee or angst?  Full on sex with Jack would be my preference.  Second choice - guest appearance on 'Strictly Come Dancing' next year, wearing something pink and spangly.  (I have never claimed to be sane.)

 

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