2009.03.30 - 09:56AM
7: After

Utterly glorious. I have tears in my eyes. The perfect melding of Doctor Who and Supernatural, two of my favourite things in the whole world. I would love to read of Martha's further adventures with the Winchesters. Thank you so much for this fic, it's wonderful :)

Author's Response: Awwwww! Thank you so much. At some point I might, I had couple ideas-- probably after Torchwood\'s new eps air in June, though, and this season of SPN finishes up. ;> But I had a lot of fun with this; glad the time-travel didn\'t put you off!

2008.02.20 - 07:41PM
7: After

Ooh, this finished really nicely!

Author's Response: *grins and bows* Thanks! Glad you liked it!

2008.02.20 - 02:51PM
7: After

This was truly an enjoyable read - and I resisted reading for a bit. I've watched Supernatural perhaps three times in my life, and was afraid I'd have to battle two thing; the difficulty of pulling crossovers off, and the difficulty of mixing a supernatural paradigm with a science-fictional paradigm (and hold the laughter on that - as dodgy and laughable as the Whoniverse's scientific principles are, they are meant, at least, to sound as if they follow the laws of physics).

I was delighted to discover you had interwoven the two universes as seamlessly as possible. You added believable touches, such as the very American "tick-tock" nickname for the Toclafane, you created a world under seige very well, and you made the characters very believable for me. In fact, I may try watching Supernatural to see how I like it, at least in part as a result of your story. Congratulations on a job very well done!

Author's Response: Yay! *waves arms in victory* I know what you mean about mixing genres, but Sam & Dean\'s approach to ghostbusting is fairly scientific and practicality oriented; and DW\'s approach to the supernatural is not to deny its existence, just explain it in other terms, so.... I figured it would work if I didn\'t focus on the differences, but the similarities. I\'m so glad you agreed that it meshes well. And I\'m *really* glad you liked it despite not knowing SPN-- always the biggest risk when writing a crossover, that people will skip it out of unfamiliarity with one fandom. SPN has some really great eps, and two very fun leads, even when it\'s being silly. Thank you so much for this nice review.

2008.02.20 - 09:44AM
1: July and December and July

Very, very nice. You caught the desperation wonderfully.
I've never seen the show, but I may have to start watching...

Author's Response: Yay! More converts! Occasionally very silly, but what isn\'t? And I had to write an apocalypse-fic, we got so little of what happened, but it had such a profound effect on Martha and everyone she knew. I\'m glad you liked it.

2008.02.20 - 06:27AM
7: After

Just read this story right through - a lot of fun, really enjoyed it.

Author's Response: Thanks! Glad you liked it, I hope I kept it action-oriented enough to keep everyone\'s interest.

2008.02.20 - 03:13AM
7: After

You are made of awesome, Chris. I ::Hearts:: You!

~Innogen

Author's Response: Hee! Aw, thanks, Innogen. I\'m glad you liked this one.

2008.02.19 - 07:01AM
1: July and December and July

This one is really good. Not so much Supernatural crossovers there.

Author's Response: No, there aren\'t, are there? And thanks! I\'m glad you liked it. I had fun writing this.

2008.02.15 - 12:24PM
3: July and December and August and December

I really like this! I've only seen a few episodes of Supernatural, but you have done a fantastic job of weaving the plots and explaining just enough for me to catch what's going on. Not only that, but you're writing one of my favorite kinds of stories--I love reading about the year that never was, and the resistance. I'm really looking forward to the next chapter!

Author's Response: Yay! (I didn\'t see your review until just now-- so thanks for commenting! New part just went up.) I adore apocalyptic fics, so I had to try my hand at one. I\'ve had the idea in mind since \"Last of the Time Lords\" aired. I\'m so glad it\'s working for you, even with minimal knowledge of SPN.