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

Penname:Darqstar ()
Member Since:2006.04.19
Is it the writer who matters or the tales she tells?

I\'m very new to Dr. Who (well, at least as of 4/21/06, in case I forget to update this...)

I don\'t do slash. I believe there is plenty of room in the big fanfiction pool for everyone so I would never tell anyone what to write, but me, personally? I will not do slash, read it or write it. It\'s just not my thing. If it\'s yours, more power to you.
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Stories by Darqstar [2] Favorite Stories and Series [3] Favorite Authors [3]
Don't Tell Mum by Darqstar [Reviews - 11]
The Doctor is sent on a very important mission; babysitting. Yes, that's right, babysitting.
Fourth Doctor - All Ages - General - Character, Study, Humor, General
Characters: K-9, Other Character(s)
Series: None
Published: 2006.04.20 - Updated: 2006.04.20 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 7371

One Little Mistake by Darqstar [Reviews - 3]
There are reasons why the Time Lords make those "We don't get involved" rules. While the Doctor can usually manage to get involved without changing history, that doesn't mean everyone can. What happens when one young student makes one tiny little mistake?
Fourth Doctor - All Ages - None - Satire
Characters: Other Character(s)
Series: None
Published: 2006.05.21 - Updated: 2006.05.21 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 986

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