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

Penname:Strax (Jamie Beckwith)
Member Since:2013.11.04
"I'm a mild mannered accountant by day... and well pretty much that at night too..."

Except, that's not true. As of November 2013, I'm halfway through a years sabbatical from my office job to concentrate on my writing with the hope that I can make this my full time career.

In the meantime my girlfriend challenged me to write my first ever* Doctor Who fanfic as a way of keeping the creative juices fresh when taking a break from the professional projects so here goes...

If you're interested in my non fiction Doctor Who writing then please check out The Terrible Zodin Doctor Who E-Zine (link above) which is available for free download.

* I'm not counting the 7/Ace/Me stories I wrote in fluent gibberish when I was six years old
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Stories by Strax [2] Favorite Stories and Series [31] Favorite Authors [5]
Beginnings HAI-Ku! by Strax [Reviews - 2]
Some early Hartnell inspired haiku.
First Doctor - All Ages - None - Humor, Poetry
Characters: None
Series: None
Published: 2013.11.05 - Updated: 2013.11.05 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 36

Poems from Alpha Centauri by Strax [Reviews - 0]
Silly limerick.
Third Doctor - All Ages - None - Humor, Poetry
Characters: None
Series: None
Published: 2013.11.15 - Updated: 2013.11.15 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 27

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