Author has written 11 stories for Mary Poppins, Doctor Who, Glee, Sweeney Todd, Sherlock, and Les Miserables.
To see infinity, look to the stars,
To watch pure magic, look to a rainbow
This used to be full of rant but it was unsightly.. I might write a better summary of myself and my work later.. although knowing me I'll forget to :D
I LIKE FANDOM. And musicals.. and books! And Britain..
Things you will see here:
Doctor Who [and spinoffs]
um.. I'll add more as I write them :D
Mostly fic/poems but I do fanart and I would love it if you visited my other accounts!
Oscar Wilde is the best. 'I love talking about nothing, it's the only thing I know anything about' (:
Thank you to my lovelies Theta and RRed http://www.fanfiction.net/u/1770634/
Also my name used to be JulieAndrewsJunkie.. I might change it back we shall see!
In Memory of Elisabeth Sladen. A fantastic actress and a wonderful person, she will be dearly missed.
She can't be dead. But she is: she died yesterday morning. Cancer. I had no idea she was ill; she was so private, never wanted any fuss, and now, gone. A terrible blow to her friends and a shattering blow for all those fans of the programme whose lives were touched every Saturday evening by her lovely heroic character, Sarah-Jane Smith.
I just can't believe that Lis is gone. She seemed invincible. The same woman who enchanted my childhood, enchanted my time on Doctor Who and enchanted generations who have watched her and fallen in love with her – just like I did. I feel very honoured to have shared a TARDIS with Sarah Jane Smith, and I feel very lucky to have shared some time with Lis Sladen. She was extraordinary. - David Tennant
What struck me about Lis was her grace. She welcomed me, educated me, and delighted me with her tales and adventures on Doctor Who. And she also seemed to have a quality of youth that not many people retain as they go through life. Her grace and kindness will stay with me because she had such qualities in abundance and shared them freely. - Matt Smith
“Never meet your heroes’ wise people say. They weren’t thinking of Lis Sladen.
The universe was lucky to have Sarah Jane Smith; the world was lucky to have Lis. - Russel T Davis
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