(here from Calufrax)
Oh so very good. Right and sad; Amelia's voice spot-on.
Here via the rec on Calufrax. This story is cute, as everyone else has said, but what I like best is the way it's *ominous*. Amelia's references to robots and old/young people, to adventures she hasn't had yet, have very interesting implications for the possible resolution to series 5. Even if this gets Jossed, I like the way it deals with the possibility that everything that's happened after "The Eleventh Hour" is constructed from Amy's fantasy life.
Aw, here via Calufrax, and the child-voice in that was just perfect! Poor Amy.
This is really funny and poignant. *hugs wee Amelia*
"Adults say things like that and they don't come back and they die instead"
-wibbles- Poor orphaned Amelia!
That was lovely. The bit at the end was sad in just the right way.
Oh, this is perfect!
Awww, that's so sweet!
Much love for this story!
Absolutely perfect! Yes, that's how Amelia would have spent her growing up years, in between making Raggedy Doctor dolls and forcing Rory to pretend to be him when they played games.
This was sweet and funny and just gorgeous, even though the last line made a me cry. A bit. In a good way.
That's just lovely. I can see the story written down in pencil with little doodles of the Doctor and the Tardis around it. How cute is little Amelia? Well done.
Lovely. Very 8 and 3/4. Thank you.
I was horribly entertained at the self-insert Mary Sue. Then I started wondering whether it can be considered self-insert. Now my head just hurts. :(