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

Penname:JessieWings (Jessica Smith)
Member Since:2005.11.09
Hi there. My name is Jess. I\'m a teenager in suburban Australia, and I\'ve been watching Doctor Who since the ABC first began to repeat it in 2003. Over 2005 and 2006, I wrote a few different pieces of fanfiction, only one of which was ever posted here (the least embarrassing - which would probably still be embarrassing if I could bring myself to read it!). I\'m considering picking up the pen again and writing more fanfiction (as opposed to the original fiction I usually write), so that might change at some point.

In terms of what I like to read, fanfiction-wise, I love to read sprawling, complex plot lines with fascinating characters (from the show or not). I\'m not really interested in the \"shippy\" side of fandom; it doesn\'t ruin a story for me, but I don\'t really care for it. I\'m too fond of plots!
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Stories by JessieWings [1] Favorite Stories and Series [3] Favorite Authors [1]
The Niagorn by JessieWings [Reviews - 0]
The Doctor and Leela fail to arrive where they intended, and instead arrive on a colony planet, where the humans and the natives of the planet are really feeling the trouble that the language barrier provides.
Fourth Doctor - All Ages - None - Action/Adventure, Drama
Characters: K-9, Leela, The Doctor (4th), The TARDIS
Series: None
Published: 2006.02.12 - Updated: 2006.02.12 - Chapters: 5 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 8965

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