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

Penname:james_davidson ()
Member Since:2005.08.12
Website:b-j-oshea.deviantart.com
I started this account years ago. Whoah. Haven't really touched it, probably because I've spent some time growing up from a little kid with too much imagination and not much of an idea on how to write properly. So now I'm pretty much an adult with too much imagination and a better idea on how to write. I'm not sure if that's any better, but there you go.

I'm not really content with writing small pieces within established Doctor Who continuity as much as trying to throw my own spin on things. That said, chances are I might at some point write something with one of the established Doctors. I'm currently trying to create my own version of Doctor Who, kinda like what RTD did in '05 and what Moffat seems to be trying now. A continuation and celebration of what came before, while trying to do something new with the established characters (and creating new ones).
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Diaries by james_davidson [Reviews - 0]
A short vignette of a future Doctor looking back on some of his (this incarnations) adventures in the TARDIS library.
Other Doctors - All Ages - None - General, Standalone, Vignette
Characters: The Doctor (Author-Created)
Series: None
Published: 2011.06.06 - Updated: 2011.06.06 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 236



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