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

Penname:johmichaels (Chris Swain)
Member Since:2005.08.09
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Hey! I'm a social worker using some time off to finish all the stories I've had in my head for ages.
I don't so much do ships, and while I've got ideas for most Doctors, most stories are about the 7th and the 8th.
A few years ago I wrote a 50 part weekly series for Fictionpress-it's still up there if you want a look: http://www.fictionpress.com/s/2302717/1/Five-Minute-Soap-Dish
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Stories
Small Victories by johmichaels [Reviews - 1]
Sometimes the stories of the Doctor are not grand scale victories, but small successes for a bigger goal. Counting down to the 50th anniversary, this short story collection will give an examples of some of these small victories.
Multi-Era, Eleventh Doctor - All Ages - None - Vignette
Characters: The Doctor (Unspecified)
Series: None
Published: 2013.09.01 - Updated: 2013.11.22 - Chapters: 13 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 26254

Trophy Child by johmichaels [Reviews - 3]
The Doctor and Peri fight a group of scientists, alien warlords and an intergalactic gangster to protect a teenage boy, with only a middle aged Doctor on their side. But who is this boy, and why is he so significant? More importantly, who are all these black figures who appear around him?
Sixth Doctor - All Ages - None - Action/Adventure, General
Characters: Peri Brown
Series: None
Published: 2005.12.16 - Updated: 2008.01.30 - Chapters: 5 - Completed: No - Word Count: 15827



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