A Teaspoon And An Open Mind: A Doctor Who Fan Fiction Archive

Penname:McTardis (J)
Member Since:2009.09.25
I've been a DW fan all my life. Well, ok since I was younger... six... maybe sooner. The 4th Doctor (Tom Baker) was my first, since I'm from the US and he was the US's first. Those were the days when DW could be found on your local PBS, if you were lucky. In my area it aired after my bedtime on Saturday nights. Which meant I had to remember to stay up, sneak out of bed AND avoid my older siblings watching SNL (or Creature Feature) in order to watch it -- I'd say that makes me a dedicated fan :)

Oh, and those silly Brits and their "behind the sofa" moments... ya, I couldn't go running to mommy and daddy if I got scared (or had DW nightmares) otherwise, they'd learned of my late night "excursions" - the reason why Classic Whovians from the US are better (just kidding!)

If you're wondering where my stories have disappeared, you can find all of them, HERE
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What were the first thoughts Human-Doctor had?
Tenth Doctor - All Ages - None - None
Characters: Donna Noble, The Doctor (Duplicate 10th), The TARDIS
Series: None
Published: 2009.12.10 - Updated: 2009.12.10 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 100

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