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

Penname:TheTraveller ()
Member Since:2011.04.27
I am a devoted fan of all DW, both Old and New series. I have seen most of the Old and very little of the New, (parental dictates), but I try very hard to represent them all in my writings. I\'m a young girl getting out of High School.

My favorite Doctor Who character is, first and foremost, the Master. My favorite Doctor is the Third, played by John Pertwee. I love the Brigadier and Sarah Jane Smith, and of course David Tennant. So, that\'s me.
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Stories by TheTraveller [2] Favorite Stories and Series [0] Favorite Authors [0]
Musings: Red Grass under Twin Suns by TheTraveller [Reviews - 2]
(set in Academy Days) First they were boys. Everything was brilliant. Everything was fantastic. Everything was wonderful.
Other Era - All Ages - Swearing - Character Study, Drama
Characters: The Master (Academy era)
Series: None
Published: 2011.05.06 - Updated: 2011.05.06 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 658

Tears by TheTraveller [Reviews - 1]
During the End of Time (EOT), during the confrontation of the Doctor and the Master, the Doctor notices something, hidden in his enemy's eyes.
Tenth Doctor - All Ages - None - Angst, Character Study
Characters: The Doctor (10th), The Master (Simm)
Series: None
Published: 2011.04.27 - Updated: 2011.04.28 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 645

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