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

Penname:Shutchings (Sean Hutchings)
Member Since:2009.06.23
Website:http://thetemporalbackwater.proboards.com
Shutchings; how can I sum myself up?
I am a student of A-Level english literature, history and performing. I adore Doctor Who. I am the administrator of a fanfiction series "Doctor Who?" where we write stories for future Doctors and their companions. So far we have the 22nd (Stephen Fry), the 23rd (Billy Nighy) and the 24th (Aidan Turner). Some of our writers have posted their stories on here--- please drop by and visit us

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Stories
"Ghosts in the Machines" by Shutchings [Reviews - 0]
The ending approaches. The Doctor (Bill Nighy) and Angel (Lenora Crichlow) are brought by the TARDIS to a fixed point in their personal time lines to an event they must attend. In the 50th Century; the frontier world Ranx is plagued by ghosts that may be more than they seem-- and an old enemy is at work beneath the parched planet's surface. Can even the Doctor escape from this madness? Can he quell the ghosts in the machines? And he will he be the same man at the end of it?
Other Doctors - Teen - Swearing - Character Study, Drama, Hurt/Comfort
Characters: Other Character(s), The Doctor (Author-Created)
Series: None
Published: 2009.06.23 - Updated: 2009.06.23 - Chapters: 8 - Completed: No - Word Count: 20936



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