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

Penname:Marnal (Ian Balboa)
Member Since:2006.04.09
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Ian Balboa, 37, living and working in London

02/05/2006 - Working on my first Doctor Who story, please review, but be gentle with me!

28/01/2007 - Finally finished the Mouth of Setesh. This will now be the first in a series of seven linked stories. It may take some time to write, however...

25/05/2007 - Started work on the next part of the series: Poets of the Underworld.

17/10/2008 - Wow! After over a year off, I am finally writing again :)
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Stories by Marnal [2] Favorite Stories and Series [0] Favorite Authors [2]
Dirty Work by Marnal [Reviews - 0]
A series of 7 linked stories, each one with a different Doctor.
Multi-Era - - None - Action/Adventure, Horror, Mystery, Poetry, Satire
Characters: Rose Tyler, The Doctor (7th), The Doctor (9th), Ace McShane
Open: No

Stories
Poets of the Underworld by Marnal [Reviews - 4]
The 9th Doctor and Rose visit the city-world of Naath, and discover something strange is happening deep in the underground.
Ninth Doctor - All Ages - None - Mystery
Characters: Rose Tyler, The Doctor (9th)
Series: Dirty Work
Published: 2007.05.25 - Updated: 2009.02.13 - Chapters: 4 - Completed: No - Word Count: 3944

The Mouth of Setesh by Marnal [Reviews - 8]
The 7th Doctor and Ace meet some old friends, and the legacy of an old enemy. This story takes into account some of the events in the BBC book The Bodysnatchers, as well as events in the original TV series
Seventh Doctor - All Ages - None - Horror
Characters: Ace McShane, Other Character(s), The Doctor (7th)
Series: Dirty Work
Published: 2006.04.09 - Updated: 2007.01.28 - Chapters: 15 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 36383



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