Author has written 38 stories for Doctor Who, and Stargate: SG-1.
I should say right off the bat that I live in the US of A, and have only slightly begun incorporating the very little British slang I've acquired into my Doctor Who stories.
I'm relatively new to Doctor Who, having only watched the new series and a few of the early William Hartnell episodes. I started out just reading fanfics, but I've been hoodwinked into writing some of my own, too! If you look closely, you can probably see that I generally use Doctor Who fanfiction for the sole purpose of providing more Doctor/Rose interaction (i.e., romance) than the show gives us.
Some of my stories are standalones, usually working within episodes, but not always :) However, my "series" of Doctor Who stories consists of the titles prefaced by episode numbers (02 04 means Series 2, Episode 4). If you want them in order, just arrange the stories by title--it's magic! These are all meant to stay within the TV episode canon, but they fill in the little details that I like to imagine happened off-camera. The stories that have AU in the title are--you guessed it--alternate universe stories where Rose never got separated from the Doctor.
And here's an informative link for anyone who's ever wondered what the full list of the Doctor's instructions to Martha from "Human Nature" sounded like: www (dot) youtube (dot) com (slash) watch?v=vGG0RSgJT1I
I had a blast collaborating with six other authors in 2008 on "I Miss My Mind the Most". Look for it as authored by OctoberProject. 2009's project, "The Companionable Tales", was loosely based on the Canterbury Tales, and was contributed to by a whopping eleven authors! (Including yours truly.) 2010's project, "Dead Men Don't Regenerate", is still a work in progress (yes, still in 2016 - we're hoping to finish this year!), and features nine (give or take...) authors and SEVEN DOCTORS!
Random: To DIE For Samoas (chocolate, coconut, caramel Girl Scouts cookie) recipe: Spread with peanut butter; Top with marshmallow; Microwave for 15 seconds, or until marshmallow is slightly puffy.
Updates: Some maintenance issues: I'm bringing my SJAuthor (Stargate SG-1) stories over from my old account, so there's going to be some of that going on for a while. Then (or maybe while I work on that) I'll be getting "Blink" out to you again!
I've noticed that FanFiction has somehow been re-formatted, erasing most of the in-chapter breaks I'd been using. I'm going to have to go back through my stories now, replacing them all with "approved" page breaks. Yeouch.
That aside, I'm working on my AU series 3 at the moment. I lost all of my series 3 notes, so I'm having to rebuild everything from scratch. However, I'm actively working on "Blink". Yes, I know I started it back in June of 2011, but "The Lazarus Experiment" took me over a year to complete - but I completed it! And, yes, I know "Spoilers" has been going for quite some time, but I am still planning its future and writing a bit here and there. None of my incomplete stories are abandoned! They're just... simmering.
March 2016: I'm actively re-compiling my Blink timeline and Utopia notes, and yes, even working on Spoilers. Honest. There's also a new baby in the house... That happens a lot to me, it seems :)
BLINK AU: Here's a link for the Tiny TARDIS' sort-of inspiration (I had the idea before this nailed it down to a physical location): Ten Palace Gate www (dot) worldofbuildings (dot) com (slash) bldg_profile (dot) php?bldg_id=6722
A Challenge: I have absolutely no intention of ever writing a sequel for "The Year That Really Never Was". That being said, does anyone out there want to? I'd be happy to field ideas and be a sort of beta, but I'm just not comfortable enough with the characters to take it on all by myself.