Reviews For Shanah Tovah

2015.07.24 - 08:29PM
6: Epilogue

Very nice, visual description on this, as suits an introspective piece. And I'm suddenly wanting to visit Minnesota again!

Author's Response: Thanks Lyric! And please do stop by MN sometime, I'd love to meet you in person.

2014.09.23 - 12:23PM
6: Epilogue

I am looking forward to their next meet up

Author's Response: Me too. I am having so much fun writing their story. Tourist Season is going to be more classically Whovian: Aliens in London, dangerious monsters, a kitchen scene on a spaceship, and interspecies flirting.

2014.09.23 - 12:20PM
4: Chapter 3: In love with a ghost

This is such a lovely intro to a new and different character. I am looking forward to learning more about Rachel and I'm sure what will be a rousing adventure with a wounded Doctor

Author's Response: Thanks. The Doctor and Rachel both have their strenghts, and they both have their scars. I hope to write a story of friendship where they can both gain support and love from each other.

2014.09.18 - 09:46AM
2: Chapter 1: Meeting and Memory

This never did pop up on my alerts, so I came hunting and solved the issue. I am so glad this is posted. I love that its with OC companion and he is not running with the usual crowd. I look forward to their unique adventure.

Author's Response: Oh my friend, I have so many plans for these two! *rubs hands together and cackles with an evil, gleeful cackle*

2014.09.14 - 12:22AM
2: Chapter 1: Meeting and Memory

My grandfather was Jewish, and I have always been fascinated by the history and culture, so I am quite intrigued by this story. Plus it's the 10th Doctor, my Doctor 😀

Author's Response: Thanks. Some stories like this one will have a specifically Jewish plot, others like the next one will be more of a basic plot with a Jewish character. I have over ten stories outlined for this series, so we will see how it goes. But the very first scene in my head that started the idea of this series was Ten standing next to a companion reciting the Mourners Kadish for an alien friend who had been killed. Loss, grief, and memory are such important themes in this story and the ways the Mourners Kaddish as a prayer of memory is so integral to Jewish ritual that I had to bring the two together.

2014.09.12 - 01:48AM
1: Prologue

Yay! As a Jewish Whovian, I look forward to reading more! :)

Author's Response: I don\'t think we are the only Jewish Whovians on this site - I have a feeling as this series rolls out I\'m going to find a few more. But I am also writing stories for everybody to enjoy, with new adventures and new friends for our favorite Time Lord to experience. Stay tuned!

2014.09.11 - 10:46PM
1: Prologue

What a great idea for a series! I look forward to reading more.

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I\'ve been working on this series all summer, not sure if anybody would be interested in a DW series that is basically a cultural crossover story. I think I\'m going to find out though!

2014.09.11 - 09:36PM
1: Prologue

I am so glad you are posting :) I love it

Author's Response: Hi Ceeare. Thanks, it\'s about time for this series to start!