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

Penname:Zawiah Saki ()
Member Since:2005.04.07
Website:http://www.qpdbcom.f9.co.uk/Changes7.html
Zawiah Saki has written comedy, drama, fiction and non-fiction and even had some of it published though not under her real name, Zawiah Saki is her latest regeneration. She remembers the original series when it was first broadcast so she is just about old enough to be a Time Lord and writes Doctor Who from the female point of view.
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Unearthly by Zawiah Saki [Reviews - 0]
What really happened. You have been lied to. 'Barbara Wright' tells her story. This is what really happened.
First Doctor - - None - Character Study
Characters: None
Open: No

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The Themes of TARDIS by Zawiah Saki [Reviews - 14]
Facing challenges from the Doctor's ancient enemies and a rival for his heart, Rose feels more and more out of her depth. Can she prove her worth as the equal of a Time Lord, in battle and in love?
Ninth Doctor - All Ages - None - Femslash
Characters: Rose Tyler, The Doctor (9th)
Series: None
Published: 2005.05.15 - Updated: 2007.01.11 - Chapters: 17 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 15232



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