Author has written 2 stories for Doctor Who.
Ok, so, considering I have been a member of FanFiction.net for over 2 years now, I think it is probably about time that I actually wrote something in this - so, here goes...
I like writing.
Well, I think those are the basics. But let me expand:
As I said, my name is Katherine, and I'm blonde, but not dumb. I also enjoy writing. Now I know that I haven't actually posted any stories as of yet, but that's mainly because I'm scared of actually finishing one. I currently have about 7 stories on the go. 5 are almost finished, and 2 have only just been started. But none are ready to be posted. I prefer to write the whole story before beginning to post, as that way I don't end up with half a story posted and some horrible mental block that lasts for 3 months and pisses off everyone who's in the middle of reading the story and waiting for the next chapter.
I think I'm afraid of finishing my stories because that means that the ending is final. It's written down. It really can't be changed because, I dunno, it just can't. I also hate reading stories where the end just doesn't seem to leave you fullfilled, where you still feel as if there must be another chapter coming, so I sort of don't want to finish my stories in case I do that without realising.
Anyway, hopefully I'll overcome my fear soon and actually post something.
I am hopelessly and utterly obsessed with Doctor Who, in particular, it's new revival. Christopher Eccleston was brilliant, Billie Piper as Rose was gorgeous (I cried for 3½ hours straight when she left at the end of Season 2), and David Tennant is sex on legs. Yum. Doctor Who stories are probably the only stories I will ever write. They are the only stories I ever feel inspired about, and are the only stories that ever make it to Word, even if they haven't quite yet made it to this site. I am a MASSIVE Doctor (mainly 10)/Rose shipper, so don't expect any stories that aren't shippy.
I also live in Australia, which means that we are yet to recieve Torchwood, and view Doctor Who about 6 months later than the UK. I still haven't seen The Runaway Bride, but, due to British friends/sources, know exactly what happens.
Ok, well, this is getting a bit long, so congratulations if you made it to this part, and I think I'll just stop right now.
Thanks for reading!