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

Penname:Rutan (Russell)
Member Since:2008.11.01
Born in 1960. First Who memory is being scared of the Zarbi. Heavily into Blakes 7 fandom in the 90\'s and then rekindled my enthusiasm for Who. Wrote a lot when I was unemployed, but it\'s a lot harder with a full time job.
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Stories by Rutan [10] Favorite Stories and Series [2] Favorite Authors [1]
At the Still Point of the Turning World by voodoochild [Reviews - 2]
There are very few reasons one should futz with past timelines and alternate universes. The Master demonstrates one of them while paying a visit to a Rani who is not quite yet the Rani.
Multi-Era - Adult - Explicit Sex - Alternate Universe, Het, Standalone
Characters: Irving Braxiatel, Romana III, The Master (Ainley), The Rani
Series: None
Published: 2010.02.25 - Updated: 2010.02.26 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 8110

Fall into the sky by ClocketPatch [Reviews - 9]
Darkness falls around Barbara, dawn rises, rain caresses the turf, and she thinks of the man who had seen all the wonders of the cosmos and then whispered in her ear that she, a drab middle-aged history teacher, was the most brilliant star in the sky. [warning, character death]
First Doctor - All Ages - None - Character Study, Het, Introspection, Romance, Standalone, Vignette
Characters: Barbara Wright, Ian Chesterton
Series: None
Published: 2008.05.06 - Updated: 2008.05.07 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 1981

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