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An Officer and the Noble Woman, Prologue to Part 53
Author: dtstrainers
Paring: Donna Noble/Peter Carlisle
Rating: MDD for Moping Dope of a Doctor
Word Count: 754
Disclaimer: Donna and Peter- not mine, but in my mind

Yeah, I know, I know.  But rather than let this languish for another week or so, I thought I'd at least present a teaser (or in light of the upcoming American Holiday, an appetizer, or more appropriately, an amuse-bouche to express my apprecation for your support as a reader) for the next chapter of my monster.  I'll post the rest as soon as I can flesh it out from outline form.
It's dark up here on the hill, which suits him.Collapse )

An Officer and the Noble Woman, Pt 52

An Officer and the Noble Woman, Part 52
Author: dtstrainers
Paring: Donna Noble/Peter Carlisle
Rating: A for Anguish and Angst
Word Count: 2,338
Disclaimer: Donna and Peter- not mine, but in my mind.
Thanks, as always to the lovely serenityslady, for suggestions to break up my Writer's Block.  And thanks to dm12 for the not-so-subtle nudge to get off my arse and post already.  Oh, and the unfinished quote at the end is from The Tempest, if you're wondering.

He still hates Sundays. Boring day, Sunday. Nothing good ever happened on a Sunday...Collapse )

I Nearly Spat my Tea Across My Screen

I was getting ready for our next DW screening and a friend from the group was sending me pictures of the items he was providing as door prizes. We're showing Black Orchid and The Doctor's Daughter back-to-back in our first Double Doctor night and Spot the Connection. (Yeah, easy for us, I know, but remember- we're educating relative newbies in the rich traditions, inside jokes and behind-the-scenes back stories.)

And so he sends me this-
And I couldn't stop laughing.

An Officer and the Noble Woman, Pt 51

An Officer and the Noble Woman, Part 51
Author: dtstrainers
Paring: Donna Noble/Peter Carlisle
Rating: PG for a bit of strong language and the Clash of Angry (Near) Immortals
Word Count: 3,218
Disclaimer: Donna and Peter- not mine, but in my mind.
Thanks much to the lovely serenityslady.  As always, your comments are invaluable.
Author's Note:  What the hell is wrong with you people that ANYONE is still here after 50 chapters?!?


"You bastard,” Jack growled as he flung wide the TARDIS door with enough force to bounce it off the wall, the reverberations echoing around the strangely quiet control room.Collapse )
We. Are. Right.

We ARE right, WE ARE RIGHT!!!

Read it. Now!

Because WE ARE RIGHT.

AND NOW IT'S CANNON!*

*Except for the sexy-times but BBC books can't publish that kind of thing.

Be Still My Shippy Little Heart

The Tenth Doctor/Donna stories:

They are all perfect, wonderful, and magnificent, but Death and the Queen is the best of them.

Donna is in fine form and Ten is EXACTLY as I thought he'd act. I have always loved these two together but this is AMAZING.

Go on, toddle off and listen. Wallow in the shippyness of this.

That Awkward Realization

I'm getting ready to go to a party and I just realized I'd much rather stay home and finish up the last few paragraphs of a porny bit I'm writing.

What does that say about me?

An Officer and the Noble Woman, Part 49

An Officer and the Noble Woman, Part 49
Author: dtstrainers
Paring: Donna Noble/Peter Carlisle
Rating: PGA for Plot Galore with a heavy seasoning of Angst throughout.
Word Count: 4,407
Disclaimer: Donna and Peter- not mine, but in my mind.
2016 has finally settled down and looks to be at least somewhat promising. As a result, I offer you this entry, with the promise of a Deleted Scene/DVD Extra/Director's Cut coming soon that would have made the current installment R rated. It just didn't fit the overall style of the story, but I'm in love with it and it will be ready for posting soon.

If anyone's still reading, thank you.  As always, all mistakes are my own alone.

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Yeah, I was one of the lucky ones who went to New York to see DT in Richard II AND MY FEELING WAS, "Hey, if I'm spending all this just to go to New York, I might as well get as much as possible out of the trip!"

And I did. Oh, how I did. I drug serenityslady all over Brooklyn and beyond in the process and had a wonderful time.

Richard II was an amazing experience both nights, even if I did have to share half my seat the first night with the kind of over-the-top obnoxious fanatic who gives Fangirls everywhere a bad name. The performance of every single member of the cast was compelling and gorgeous and perfect and DT had me in tears both nights. If you've read RII, you know it's not a very funny play but the stage business they've added gave it some much-needed levity and humanity and I will never in my life forget how happy I was to just be there.

And on Saturday, Matt Smith flirted with me. Seriously. I was asking them both a question about which roles they most regretted either turning down or not getting, to which Matt revealed that he and Karen had auditioned for Merlin and he'd been bummed about not getting it until this Doctor Who thing came around. Before I could get the question out, though- I was a bit nervous- I said something that Matt gave a bit of a cheeky comment in response and I said, "Oh, I'm not going there", to which Matt responded, "But I will." I laughed and told him THAT would be all over Tumblr by the end of the night, to which he replied that I would be all over Tumblr by the end of the night. He then said," Are we flirting? I think we're flirting." And yeah, it wasn't DT but it was still the Doctor and my little Fangirl heart nearly exploded in my chest.

Long story a bit shorter-




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