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thebunnyinthetardis is relatively new to DW fiction, but not new to writing (though, prior to starting "Harmony" in 2011, I hadn't written anything in many years). I... should be working on things that I might actually get paid for, but this has been entirely too much fun. So... I'm writing Whofic on the sly. Shhhhhhh. :) And yes, there will be more. If people want to read more, that is.

A few possible points of interest:

"Harmony" began as an exercise in creativity in 2011, a way to break away from many years of having not written much of anything at all. Life had gotten complicated and I'd lost so much, including part of my identity. That part that was the writer. That part that was, in essence, who I really was. Perhaps that was the lure. The main character in "Harmony" fascinated me and his world was rich and, as yet, untapped. After months of mulling it all around, I finally began to write again. After 50 pages of handwritten narrative and notes, I was ready to pull out my laptop. No looking back. No regrets. No matter that it was a closed market. I was determined to make this the best thing I had ever written, I boldly introduced a great deal of original material while preserving and enhancing canon, and I was never, ever, going to stop writing again.

My sincere thanks to The Boys in the Gallifrey Basement, most especially Al Dickerson and Nic Ford, for biscuits and tea and the encouragement to finish what I had started and for painstakingly creating "Harmony's" host site and putting up with me during its assembly. And for "my boy," Paul, who believed in me even when I didn't.

Most of all, though, I want to say thank you to "Uncle Rusty," who may never know, but without whose Tale I might not have taken up my pen to write again--and that would have been very sad indeed. I initially wrote it for myself, but in the end, "Harmony" really is for you.

"Winter's Kiss" ties into "Harmony," taking place about 24 hours before. To answer a question I have gotten a number of times, yes, I am planning to expand it. Rose's story needs to be told. For now it stands alone but provides the bones for the first chapter of a second novella about these characters. I hope to finish it in 2013. To answer another question I've gotten a number of times, yes, I may eventually expand "Harmony." At any rate there are a few minor revisions I will be making to keep it canon compliant.

"Dust" originally appeared as part of The Companion Chronicles Prose Series on Gallifrey Base. It also appeared (as most of my DW stories have, including those not posted here) in the British Doctor Who fanzine, Inferno Fiction.

"Silencing the Beast" originally appeared as part of The Companion Chronicles Prose Series II: Epistles of the Enemy. "Silencing the Beast," was a Daily Deviation on Deviant Art.

The Companion Chronicles Prose Series was inspired by the excellent work of Big Finish audios and was edited by the very capable Nic Ford, aka Shinyford on Gallifrey Base. Were it not for Nic and Al Dickerson (to whom I dedicated my surreal tale, "Farm Song"), I wouldn't still be writing DW fiction. Nor would I be having quite so much fun. Thanks, boys. :)

Update: I don't imagine I have all that many followers, but for anyone that interested, I'm currently preparing several stories to submit to pro markets and am continuing to work on several SF/F novels. You can find my work--including a handful of my DW stories--at Write On, the Kindle writing community I've been involved with since autumn 2015. I'm still "on call" for the editor at The Doctor Who Project. My DW short story, "Many a Weary Foot," was included in the 2015 Doctor Who charity anthology the Temporal Logbook. You can find it on Lulu! I've removed some stories from because they have been or are being revised for other markets.

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I, Zygon by Al B Dickerson reviews
Who doesn't love a Zygon? Here's the story behind the Terror of the Zygons.
Doctor Who - Rated: K+ - English - Sci-Fi - Chapters: 1 - Words: 7,977 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 3 - Published: 6/23/2012 - 4th Doctor, Brigadier - Complete
The Boys Upstairs by Al B Dickerson reviews
In the '70s, Ace & the professor fought an ancient evil in Shasta, California. Now, years later, Dorothy McShane returns to fight again. But this time, she's on her own.
Doctor Who - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Sci-Fi - Chapters: 1 - Words: 22,005 - Reviews: 4 - Favs: 5 - Published: 2/1/2012 - 7th Doctor - Complete
Precise Measures by Al B Dickerson reviews
A police box inspection tour leads to terror.
Doctor Who - Rated: T - English - Sci-Fi/Adventure - Chapters: 1 - Words: 5,227 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 1 - Published: 2/1/2012 - 9th Doctor - Complete
My 2,000 Year Diary, by Rory Williams Plastic by Al B Dickerson reviews
So what happened during the years between the opening of the Pandorica and the second Big Bang? Here, in his own words, is Rory's very own, 100% true story.
Doctor Who - Rated: T - English - Humor/Sci-Fi - Chapters: 1 - Words: 7,959 - Reviews: 8 - Favs: 28 - Follows: 1 - Published: 2/1/2012 - Rory W., 11th Doctor - Complete
Interface Threshold by Al B Dickerson reviews
A refugee from a robot holocaust meets a strange traveler and makes a terrible discovery.
Doctor Who - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Sci-Fi - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,062 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 3 - Published: 2/1/2012 - 10th Doctor - Complete