Persistence of Memory

by ChristinaK [Reviews - 8]

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  • All Ages
  • Swearing
  • Crossover

1. July and December and July [Reviews - 2] (2772 words)
Thanks to: Perri for first-class beta work and enthusiasm, Emily for letting me bibble at her endlessly and much-needed editing, Celli for saying "tell me a stooooory", and Christine, Lizbet, Dee, Tina, Abby and Val for reading along and asking for more.

Disclaimer: No Toclafane or demons were harmed in the making of this story. Because I don't own them, Martha, Sam, Dean, or their respective shows. Any temporal confusion you may experience can be cured with a nice long nap.

Spoilers: For Supernatural, Season 3 through 3.6. For Doctor Who, through 3.13, "Last of the Time Lords." Everything else, including Torchwood mentions for Season 2, is pure speculation on my part.

2. December and July and December [Reviews - 0] (3795 words)
See part 1 for disclaimers, spoilers, notes.

3. July and December and August and December [Reviews - 1] (4551 words)
See Chapter 1 for disclaimers and spoilers.

4. September, Cardiff, September, Budapest [Reviews - 0] (4778 words)
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5. Then [Reviews - 0] (1865 words)
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6. Now [Reviews - 0] (1981 words)
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7. After [Reviews - 5] (1187 words)
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Author's Notes:

First, to misquote Douglas Adams, timelines are an illusion. Multiple timelines, dreamscapes, and memories? Doubly so. If this story doesn't look like events should match up between Season 3 Doctor Who and Season 3 Supernatural, it's probably not your imagination, since British and American TV are on different cycles. If you're confused, drop me a line in the review section, and I'll explain anything that's bewildering you. Second, any mistakes made are solely my own, whether in British-izing the speech of Martha or details of either show. Last, thanks to all of those who commented along the way.