Author has written 38 stories for Doctor Who, Once Upon a Time, James Bond, and Call the Midwife.
I am relatively new to this fan fiction thing, publishing, at any rate. I love Doctor-Donna, Series Four could have gone on ten years, I would have been happy, but it didn't and I never quite found what I was looking for- even though there's some good stuff out there- so my writing here is the result. I hope you like it.
As for reviews, I believe in free speech, really. I'm not going to necessarily delete a review because you say something negative, but I reserve the right to delete anonymous reviews where you inform me you didn't read the whole thing. Okay? You've got time to review, but no time to finish reading? Seriously? That being said I do love the reviews I get (well, within reason) and honestly, I like hearing from people. Review away!
Also, now on Twitter! @JunoInferno1 if you want to tweet me sometime!
The Regarding Mrs. Smith Ficverse
At this time, the majority of my stories occur in the same ficverse, however, I don't write in the order that they occur and like to think that you can read one and not have to read all of the others, but you know, you could. It might be fun.
The order in which they occur:
Scandal In The Library
The Letter R
Donna Takes the Doctor
Don't Drink The Water
The Interaction of Human and Time Lord Gametes
Antony & Cleopatra & The Doctor & Donna
From Midnight to the Medusa Cascade (Now Complete)-I've been wanting to do this one for a while, since before Regarding Mrs Smith. When I wrote that story, I basically had to rethink Series 4 and obviously, the ending, which as we know I don't agree with. So, this is going to be an odd combination of Series 4 Rewrite and Regarding Mrs Smith prequel.
The Count and Countess di TARDIS
Really Turn Left (Okay, that one's a little timey wimey, when you get to the end, you'll see why. Maybe if you're a real stickler for being in order, you could read it after Regarding Mrs Smith, but before Ginger Christmas)
Regarding Mrs. Smith
How Zara Declared Independence
An Uninvited Ginger
Planet of the Gingers
I Said Not A Space Cave
And of course, Running Parallel would be happening parallel in Pete's World to the events in Regarding Mrs Smith and onwards, hence why it's parallel.
Any Other World
Twenty Twelve Series
The Bookshop of Impossible Meetings
The Olympic Paradox
How the Doctor Followed Zara to School One Day
The Story of Mister Scallofrax
The Best Is Yet To Come
Ginger Christmas II
The Cooperation of Dissimilar Mating Types
The Middle Time Baby Syndrome (Upcoming) Have you noticed something in this ficverse? Zara has adventures and goes through time, Geoffrey has future adventures and Chloe... was almost born in a space cave. Well, Chloe has. What happens when she tries to do something about it?
A Walk In The Dust
So, I don't know if you've noticed but there are about a hundred stories on this site all based on the premise that Rose stays with the Doctor throughout Series 3 and I am sorry, but I have had enough. They're all pretty much the same and seem to deny some basic realities and when Martha or Donna gets in the story, it's just so they can be cheerleaders for the Ten/Rose relationship, which I find insulting on an entirely different level. Stop trying to deny them their awesomeness because Rose did what, exactly? I get that sometimes she manages to save the day, but a broken clock is right twice a day. Hang out with the Doctor long enough and you're bound to get something right eventually.
Well, basically, the premise of this story is I take your Rose Tyler stays with the Doctor after Doomsday and raise it Donna Noble accepts the Doctor's offer to travel with him in Series 3. This then becomes a Series 3 rewrite with the Doctor and Donna and Rose, who the Doctor has discovered is maybe not all she's cracked up to be, just as he discovers Donna is highly underrated. Think of this as the Donna-shipping response to all those Rose and the Doctor forever rewrites. Will Rose go down without a fight? Doubt it. Will Donna put up with her? Doubt it.
An Ordinary Human Life/The Most Extraordinary Life
John Smith is living an ordinary life he loves with a wife called Donna and four kids. Then one day, he's called "The Doctor" by a random blonde girl. Um, yeah, that's most of what I can say without spoiling it. If you decide to read it and are so inclined, I'm at 94 reviews, which is painfully close to a hundred, so I would love to hear what you think of it. The sequel is called "The Most Extraordinary Life."
This story takes place in an AU where Gallifrey has survived the Time War and is the Earth's new, powerful neighbor for mysterious reasons. The Doctor is recently widowed with three daughters who may or not be familiar. Donna has a set of twins who may or may not be familiar. The Doctor's late wife's wish turns out to be that he wants the Doctor to remarry Donna Noble, which he doesn't understand. Yet.
The Any Other World Crib Sheet
So, due to requests, I am putting some things that might be helpful for reading Any Other World. First things first, you're better off having read Running Parallel in addition to the Regarding Mrs Smith stories. But here it is... If you think of anything else that might be helpful, let me know.
The Doctor & Donna: Basically, our Doctor and Donna. If you know, canon, hadn’t gotten in the way. Stupid canon.
Zara, their oldest daughter a little over a year old.
Chloe, the new baby, a couple of weeks old when the story starts.
John Smith & Donna Smith-Noble: The Duplicate Doctor and the Donna Noble of Pete's World. Met and got married in Running Parallel.
Joshua & Ella, Donna’s twins from her first marriage, about ten.
Georgiana, John and Donna’s daughter together, about a year old.
Alternate Eleven & The Oracle: The Doctor and his wife of the Pete’s World universe, Time Lords who normally reside on Gallifrey. The Time Lords have been at war with the Silence in the Pete's World's Universe for years. though the Silence do a bit of universe hopping. (I don't know if this is important, but this Oracle is the alternate of the Oracle I wrote in The Letter R.)
Mayantha, their elder daughter, a Time Lady of about 400. She’s also the alternate of our Doctor’s daughter who died in the Time War.
Lydia, their younger daughter, only 15. She was denied entry into the Academy on Gallifrey because she was kidnapped by the Silence when she was an infant. During this time, she was tortured and brainwashed by Madame Kovarian and the alternate of River Song. Her father rescued her when she was six, regenerating in the process.
Rose: I seem to get a lot of comments about my portrayal of Rose, so let me address that. I don't care about canon. I don't care what RTD said. I sort of thought that was the point of this. That's the whole problem with the Ten/Rose relationship: it was all about what was said. The first thing you learn as a writer and RTD appears to know this when he writes other things is that you show, not tell. I don't think they had all that much chemistry. The only episode where they seem to have chemistry is The Idiot's Lantern and it feels like they're forcing the relationship down my throat in that one. Good friends, yeah. Misguided crushes, yeah, I buy that. To me that was why Ten really didn't try to tell Rose that he loved her- before she was trapped in a parallel world- because I think he and Nine saw what a bad idea it was. Oddly enough, it's the same thing that led me to Doctor Donna. Yeah, sure, you're not a couple. Ten and Donna have more chemistry with their backs to each other than Ten and Rose do staring at each other. Rose had to leave Ten and he went on and traveled. Donna had to leave Ten and he died. These are just the facts, people. Also, go watch RTD's version of Casanova, the way he writes Casanova and Henriette, then come back here and tell me Ten and Donna weren't a couple.
Rose Bashing: I can't warn you if it's Rose bashing if you ask anonymously. Just saying. Now, do I engage in it? Yes, I suppose I could be seen as doing that, but honestly, most of the time I feel like I'm doing a pretty fair assessment of her character. If you're asking about the Regarding Mrs Smith stories, I took a lot of time to get her to the point she's at, especially in Running Parallel and Any Other World, so please try to take the full spectrum into account. I also try to warn you any time that Rose is just going to be awful. I get it. I wouldn't want to read a story where Donna was evil. Actually, I don't know that I've ever seen one like that. I might just read it for the novelty.
And because I keep getting comments about Rose and how she's not like that: Four Canon Times Rose Acted Jealous
-The Parting of the Ways, Lynda with a Y
-School Reunion, Sarah Jane Smith. Remember?
-The Girl in the Fireplace, Madame de Pompadour
-Rise of the Cybermen, Lucy the waitress
(I won't even count in The Stolen Earth when she complains that she was there first when Martha comes on.)
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