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

Penname:isylumn (Matthew Sawyer)
Member Since:2013.12.17
Ideally, I will tell you what you want to hear. Then when I know you\'re listening to me and you make yourself susceptible to suggestion, I\'ll sell you my books. Such subliminal strategy is border-line psychotic. Lately more often, I think I\'m a psychopath. Truthfully, if I were to match my personality quirks to a list of symptoms, I believe I would meet nine of ten criteria before I stop making comparisons. And I think most us Americans are the same. I\'m Matthew Sawyer. And I do have books to sell.
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Stories by isylumn [2] Favorite Stories and Series [0] Favorite Authors [0]
The Doctor Walks Into A Bar by isylumn [Reviews - 0]
This is a Jon Pertwee Doctor Who short tale. This time, the Doctor comes to early America - the colonies. Despite cold stares, the Time Lord has only one thing on his mind the midst of the American Revolution.
Third Doctor - All Ages - None - Introspection
Characters: The Doctor (3rd)
Series: None
Published: 2014.02.12 - Updated: 2014.02.12 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: No - Word Count: 1470

The Great Intellinux by isylumn [Reviews - 0]
The Time Lord and Romana II come to Cupertino, California. They’re here for an art show. And the Doctor immediately becomes suspicious.
Fourth Doctor - All Ages - None - Action/Adventure, General, Mystery
Characters: Other Character(s), Romana II, The Doctor (4th), The TARDIS
Series: None
Published: 2013.12.17 - Updated: 2013.12.17 - Chapters: 3 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 7465

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