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

Penname:failsafe ()
Member Since:2014.01.27
Great men are forged in fire. It is the privilege of lesser men to light the flame. |
We must have the stubbornness to accept our gladness in the ruthless furnace of this world. To make injustice the only measure of our attention is to praise the Devil. |
I don\'t want to go. |

23 year old female college graduate. I had an account here once before but it was years ago and I don\'t remember it. I am also failsafe on AO3. I come here in search of a tight knit and specific community that might kindly be expected to give constructive criticism if any should choose to give it with a greater base of knowledge than those on a multifandom archive. I just recently got back into Doctor Who after a year or two wandering off.

I\'m American. I usually try to remember to use British spellings when writing in British fandoms but frequent z\'s slip in. Forgive me.

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The second quote is from a poem called \"A Brief for the Defense\" by Jack Gilbert. Ten is my Doctor, but I love everyone I\'ve seen (New Who mostly but I have seen bits from Classic).
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Never Have I Ever by ScullyWolf [Reviews - 4]
Three times Rose Tyler drank with the Doctor...under three very different circumstances.
Multi-Era - Teen - None - Angst, Humor, Hurt/Comfort, Introspection
Characters: Jack Harkness, Rose Tyler, The Doctor (10th), The Doctor (9th)
Series: Growing a Home
Published: 2014.01.24 - Updated: 2014.01.24 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 5590

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