kalleah: (dw what?)
In contemplating my unfinished stories, I came across this fragment which I believe is as finished as I'm ever going to get it.  This came about in that very speculative time between Planet of the Dead and The Waters of Mars, when one of the popular theories was that RTD was going to wipe the Doctor quite clean and start us out in the Moffat era with a true reboot, not just a regeneration.  Clearly, that didn't happen, but I did play around with what it might be like to have the Tenth Doctor dealing with the thought that saving the universe (in whatever form the danger manifested) meant losing his memories and self.  I'm giving you this much preface because there isn't much of that explanation in the very short story itself, and I wanted to share a bit of a lost fragment.

Enjoy (I hope).

Forget )
kalleah: (dw doctor smiles at rose)
Another story in The Journey After series, set sometime after Listen and before Life on the Moon or Vintage.  There is a reference to a conversation from The Private Universe.  That being said, it's reasonably stand-alone, so those of you with no knowledge of the other stories should follow just fine.  Mostly, it's smut.  Yay, smut.  Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] platypus for beta work.

The Doctor was trying to take in his surroundings, and entirely of its own volition, his attention kept circling back to one very distracting fact: Rose was wearing a skirt. )
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Commentary for Listen, as requested by [livejournal.com profile] nonelvis . If anyone's interested in a commentary, fire away.

Commentary )
kalleah: (dw doctor smiles at rose)
More Ten II/Rose in The Journey After series, set following following Needful Things. Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] platypus for beta. Spoilers for Journey's End, of course, but no other warnings.

In the wee hours of the night, the Doctor became fuzzily aware that Rose had untangled herself from him. )
kalleah: (dw geek is the new sex)
More Ten II/Rose in The Journey After series. This immediately follows The Private Universe.  No relation to the Stephen King novel of the same title.  More adult content.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] nonelvis and [livejournal.com profile] platypus for beta work on this and to several others for putting up with my questions about eye exams.

Needful Things )
Next: Listen
kalleah: (dw doctor smiles at rose)
This is fourth in a series featuring Ten II and Rose, following immediately after Tenses and Pronouns. Obviously, there are spoilers for Journey's End.  Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] nonelvis and [livejournal.com profile] platypus for beta work.  Adult content in the story, although not in this part.

As Rose drove, the Doctor squinted up through the sunroof of Pete's car at a pair of zeppelins where they drifted in the sky. )
kalleah: (dw doctor smiles at rose)
This is fourth in a series featuring Ten II and Rose, following immediately after Tenses and Pronouns. Obviously, there are spoilers for Journey's End. There is also adult content.

Thanks as usual to [livejournal.com profile] nonelvis and [livejournal.com profile] platypus, who provided their usual excellent beta input including much gnashing of teeth over the appropriate title. In the end, the title is borrowed from a Crowded House song, which does not feature at all in the story.

Despite his assurance to Rose that he was the same man, he felt like a stranger to himself in a way that he never had before. )
kalleah: (dw tardis)
This idea has been rattling around in my head since The Next Doctor. It's a bit of a departure from what I've written before. No warnings, minimal spoilers.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] nonelvis, [livejournal.com profile] np_complete, and [livejournal.com profile] platypus for their beta work and general philosophical thoughts.

Oh, you Time Lords, you think you have everything well under your thumb, but even you're so terribly arrogant that you think you control the multiverse or that there can be finite rules in infinite space. )

Vintage

Jul. 5th, 2009 05:13 pm
kalleah: (dw doctor smiles at rose)
Adult content.  Follows Tenses and Pronouns in The Journey After series at some unspecified point in time. Thanks again to [livejournal.com profile] platypus and [livejournal.com profile] nonelvis for their beta work.  

The Doctor asks Pete a question that's been on his mind for some time. )
kalleah: (dw doctor smiles at rose)
This is third in a series featuring Ten II and Rose, following on from The Quiet Chamber and Flying Kites.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] platypus and [livejournal.com profile] nonelvis, who have patiently betaed this story and, as usual, helped me determine what needed to stay and what needed to go. A good editor is a writer's true ally.

Warning: Contains adult content in part two (which will be posted later this week).

Part One )
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I didn't want to muddy the waters of chapter eight or the epilogue with a lot of author's notes, but I did have enough to say to want to share my thoughts.

Author's Notes )


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The penultimate chapter, if you can believe it! Chapter eight, with epilogue, next week.

Previous Chapters

Chapter Seven )
kalleah: (curiouser)
Give me one of my own stories (that link goes to my masterlist), and a timestamp sometime in the future after the end of the story, or sometime in the past before the story started, and I'll write you at least a hundred words of what happened then, whether it's five minutes before the story started or ten years in the future.

Everything including The Song of Yarru is fair game for this, although for it, I'll hold the mini-story until after TSoY is finished posting.

ETA: Feel free to add more requests in the comments for this story, also!

This ficlet written for [livejournal.com profile] platypus, who requested something later in the day following Proof (which is a Christmas story, and probably relevant before reading this one).

PG for nudity and some mildly suggestive comments.

Polar Bears )
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I won the Ten/Rose series category at Children of Time Awards with The Calm Before the Storm and Voyages of Discovery.  I wasn't sure how the voting etc. would go - some of the nominations seem a bit wonky with their category placement - but overall the winners list has some wonderful work on it, and I'm pleased to be in the company of some excellent authors.  Thanks to those who voted.  :)
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