Hello, first story uploaded on fanfiction, quite exciting. It might be rubbish so please be nice if you think so, but contructive critisim is always welcome :D

One minute, Ginny had been at Hogwarts, the next minute, she was standing in the most strangest place she'd ever seen.

She gasped and stared at it all in awe.

She was in a large room, huge in fact. There stood a huge mushroom like console in the middle of the room, which she walked towards and touched. It was so old.

So old, and so very alive.

It was so alien to her, not that she knew at that precise moment alien was exactly what it was.

"What?!?!" A voice yelped, making Ginny jump, and spin round to face the speaker, a man in a pin striped suit.

"What?" Ginny repeated dully.

"But..." He looked lost for words. "Who... How did.... Why do you... look.... familiar............" Then his eyes widened. "No! Nonononono way! HA!" He was laughing with disbelief. "I don't BELIEVE it!!!!!!!!!!!!"

Ginny didn't know what to think.

"Ginny WEASLEY?!" The man asked, still looking utterly amazed.

"How do you know my name?"

"Ohhh, I know a lot of people's names..." He said grinning, putting his hands in his pockets. "... Winston Churchill, Madonna, Britney Spears... Harry Potter, Ron Weasley..." He reached under the console and tossed a book to Ginny, who caught it deftly, and scanned the front.

'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix'.

Harry Potter???

Her cheeks blushed for a moment; she had a soft spot for Harry... not that she'd ever admit it. No matter what her friends did to try and make her do so.

"Hang on, what is this?" Ginny spluttered.

"Well, it's where you came from." The man explained. "Silly old me, leaving things under the TARDIS console!!! The TARDIS decided to bring you out of the book, seemed it thought YOU'D be the best character for the job... Funny, always reckoned I'd get Harry."

"What job?" Ginny asked, then realised the most important question. "And who are you?!"

"Blimey, how rude of me, I'm the Doctor!" He reached out a hand, which Ginny took shyly.

"Ginny Weasley."

"Yes, I know..." He tapped the book in her hands, bringing her back to the question she'd asked before.

"So what job?"

"The job of being my companion of course! Saving worlds and rescuing civilisations... always needs an extra pair of hands..."

Ginny's eyes widened.

"You mean... Travel with you?" The Doctor nodded, grinning madly.

"Little old me who happens to be an alien in his wonderful space and time machine!!! The TARDIS!"

He ran back to the console.

"You could come with me, see monsters, witness the unfolding of the Universe, visit lost worlds, and meet countless civilisations or..." He pulled a lever. "I could send you home. Your choice."

Ginny looked at the book in her hand.

"You make it sound as though my world isn't real."

"Honestly? It isn't. At least, not for me, for you it's as real as it can be." He shook his head. "It's a pity your many talents are wasted in the Harry Potter books, when you could do so much more in the Universe."

"There are more books?"

"Hold on a tick."

He left the room through a door, and returned a moment later with a much larger book.

"This is the last Harry Potter book, the seventh instalment. Read the last chapter." He handed it over, and watched as Ginny read it.

Normally the Doctor was against spoilers, but he had his fingers crossed she wouldn't want to go back. I mean, show the whole Universe to Ginny Weasley? Well, she wasn't quite Harry Potter, but the Doctor had always thought he was over rated anyway.

No wonder he was just in a book, only room for one hero in THIS universe...

"My happy ending." Ginny whispered. It was everything she'd ever dreamed of, living happily ever after with Harry Potter but... She couldn't quite shake of the nagging feeling that none of it was real.

None of them were real. Her family, her friends, Hogwarts, Harry.... Was she even real?

"Your past, everything you've done, it is real. And it's standing before me right now." The Doctor said reassuringly, as Ginny wiped away a tear.

"So... I can still do magic? In this world?"

The Doctor grinned manically.

"Give it a try."

So Ginny, fished out her wand, and dropped her book.

"STUPEFY!" She flicked her wand at it, sending it flying with sparks to SMACK into the opposite wall. Ginny blew the top of her wand like she'd seen muggles do with guns (in films she'd watched with Hermione, of course. As Hermione had explained, muggles didn't generally go around with guns).

"Brilliant!" The Doctor said, laughing. "Nothing in the Universe can match it! Good old Jk!!!"


"Jk? Oh er.... she's.... well.... Anyway, you'll have to keep up with your spell stuff..." He then realised his assumptions, and scratched the back of his head sheepishly. "That is, if you choose to stay."

Ginny looked at her wand, and then at the book she'd sent flying. She'd made her decision the moment she'd stupefied that stupid book. No one had control over her happy ending anymore.

"I'll stay." Ginny announced, smiling wickedly. "I have nothing to loose after all."

"Brilliant!" He ran over to the control, but was stopped by a wand pointed in his direction.

"No weird alien abductions though." Ginny warned, grinning. The Doctor grinned back, and pulled a lever down.

"Wouldn't dream of it." He said honestly, and then added. "Not when you might turn me into a vegetable!"

I'm not sure whether to continue this or not. Let me know when you review, in the meantime I shall think up some interesting adventures... hmmmm....