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Fic Master List
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lyricwrites
Because my LiveJournal is more than one page, I decided I ought to get started on a master list for my fic.  I'm dividing it up roughly by era, and will try to keep fics roughly in temporal order (whatever that means in Doctor Who). So, if you don't see a new fic at the bottom of a category, that's probably because it's in the middle.

When a story fits into more than one category, I will put a link to it in both of them.  This is probably a waste of electrons, but I figure it makes finding things easier.  I have stories for all Doctors except War and Twelve, and I don't know when I'll get around to writing for either of them, so new categories will appear when they appear.

If anyone has any other categories they'd like to see—for instance, if you'd like a list of my first person POV fics so that you can either seek them out or avoid them—please drop me a line.


Anyway, without further ado . . .


TARDIS-centric

"Sexy Dresses"
There is a reason why the Doctor has never had much luck repairing the chameleon circuit.

"Pointed"
Every now and then, her thief stops taking gentle hints.

"Homefall"
Since the Doctor won't help himself stay alive, the TARDIS searches for someone who can.  Set immediately post-Time War.

First Doctor
"Falling in Flame"
How beautiful things go wrong; a tale of the Doctor and the Master.

"Lies Told to Children"
One possible reason why the Doctor travels with humans, in the form of an unreliable little fairy tale.  (Note that it's more an unspecified Doctor talking about his first life than a straightforward First Doctor story.)

Second Doctor
"Assumptions"
Everyone can tell that they're close.  It's just a question of how.

Third Doctor
"Garnished with Science"
In which Jo winds up the Doctor.

"Computer Science"
It's important to restate complex ideas in your own terms.

"Home"
The Doctor brings Jo Grant an unexpected companion of her own.

Fourth Doctor
"Du Liebes Kind, Komm, Geh Mit Mir" Chapters one, two, three, four, five, and six.
Some time after she moves to America, Maria Jackson faces mysterious temporal events and sees a bit of Sarah Jane's past.

"Technical Training"
Leela versus technology.  Technology should be very, very scared.

Fifth Doctor
"Unreliable Narratives"
The question isn't whether Turlough is lying.  The question is who he's lying to.

Sixth Doctor
"Color Coded for your Inconvenience"
Peri and the Doctor talk about visual spectrums.  The conversation goes to the obvious place.  Written as a belated stocking-stuffer for DameRuth.

"C-H-E-A-T-E-R"
It is, in fact, physically possible to be that much of a sore loser.  Inspired by eve11's SCRUPLES.

"Pointed"
Every now and then, her thief stops taking gentle hints.

"In Alien Soil"
Peri and the Doctor discuss botany, and the Doctor remembers what interests her.

Seventh Doctor
"Doro Theon"
After Fenric, Ace asks a question.  The Doctor wants to answer a slightly different one.

"A Still More Terrible Night Awaits Us"
The distinction between cosmic horror and cosmic wonder is at least partly one's point of view.

Eighth Doctor
"See Ye Not That Bonny Road," Chapters one, two, three, four, five, and six.
Jamie McCrimmon is wounded, exhausted, possibly doomed, and has an old song running through his head as if it's trying to tell him something.

Ninth Doctor
"Sense Memory"
Rose should try to sleep off the drugs.  She doesn't want to.  Hurt/comfort, written for yamx as a stocking stuffer.

"And Anon Stands For Memory"
Sometimes, something that you say seems to make a world of difference to a perfect stranger, and you never find out why.  Note that this fic refers to the fourth Doctor serial "The Face of Evil," and probably makes very little sense without it.

"Practical Mythology"  Chapters one, two, three, and four.
Jack Harkness is a conman and a survivor.  He doesn't believe in legends. And he shouldn't be running toward the invisible menace—but he is.  Set immediately after "The Doctor Dances."

"Things of Great Worth"
The Doctor may not care much about money, but he does know what's valuable.  Lighter and fluffier sequel to "Practical Mythology."

"Of Strangers and Second Chances"
After "Boom Town," Team TARDIS needs to find a place that will welcome an egg with no Family.  Written for wendymr as a stocking stuffer.

Tenth Doctor
"No Go" (drabble)
A minor translation mystery unraveled.

"Inspiration"
Endurance is its own kind of heroism.  Martha learns about a previous companion.

"Memetic Warfare" (double drabble)
In which the Doctor defeats a shapeshifting telepathic alien with one of humanity's more horrifying weapons—sort of.  (Please note that, on Teaspoon, this fic garnered my new favorite review of all time: "You... you... you're EVIL!!!  ;)"  So be warned.)

"Revenge, Served with Diamonds"
A monster survives.  A Halloween double drabble.

"To Catch Us When We Fall"
Jack is burning, but he isn't abandoned.  Hurt/comfort, written for lindenharp as a stocking stuffer.

Eleventh Doctor
"Little Details"
Sometimes, the Doctor messes up on the little things.  Set immediately after "Vampires of Venice," featuring Rory's first morning on the TARDIS.

"Just Because"
Rory doesn't feel like he measures up.  The Doctor decides to do something nice for him.  Plotless fluff based on a fic by such_heights.

"Interleaving"
Amy wasn't the only person who lived next to the crack.

"Faces"
The Doctor explains regeneration to the Ponds.

"Boxing Day"
While trying to cope with grief and survivor's guilt, Wilf meets the one person he never wanted to see.

"Revenge, Served with Diamonds"
A monster survives.  A Halloween double drabble.

"Night Terrors" (no relation to the episode of this name, which I didn't know about at the time)
People have called Rory Williams brave.  He doesn't always feel that way.

"Sweet Sixteenth or Close Enough"
Mels has a good time.  Rory experiences the joys of time-scrambled fatherhood.  (Does not actually feature the Doctor, but belongs firmly inside the Eleventh Doctor era and requires knowledge of "Let's Kill Hitler.")

"In the Winter Woods"
In which Rory puts his legionary skills to good use.  Fluff, written as a stocking stuffer for Canaan Alexander

"Edge of Human"
After the events of "Let's Kill Hitler," the Doctor visits River.

"Freedom and Lies"
The Doctor says very disturbing things when he feels that he has to.  An attempt to make an out-of-character idea in character, based on a prompt that was really a rant—see author's note for details.

"Dragons of the Mind" Chapters one, two, three, four, five, six, and seven.
In an unfamiliar, oppressive landscape, Ace McShane tries to save the people around her and figure out whether she's being played—and by whom.

"First Time Flying"
There's a first time for everything.  Including leaping off very tall structures.  Written as a stocking stuffer for LadyMercury.

"Goodbye"
Nobody should have to die without knowing how much they're valued.  And time can be rewritten.  Set shortly after "The Wedding of River Song."

"Definitions of Victory"
River has a hard time with losing.  The Doctor has his own issues about winning.  But he also has a lot of experience in changing the game.

"Christmas Punch"
At the end of "The Doctor, the Widow, and the Wardrobe," Rory has something to say to the Doctor and he will bloody well listen.

"Disaster, Pizza (Comma Optional)"
Do not let the aliens make pizza.  Crossover with Teen Titans.

"A Problem of Background"
The Doctor needs Martha's advice about a new companion.

"Cheek"
Words that can burn stars, raise up empires, and topple gods.  River Song is one of the few people to learn Gallifreyan without being born there.

"Maps Written In Code"
Amy finds a way to contact young Melody in the seventies.

"Outnumbered"
Jack and River bond—or possibly declare war, it's hard to tell.  The Doctor feels put-upon.

"Premeditated"
River recruits Jack to help with a personal project.

Drabbles
"Assumptions"
Everyone can tell that they're close.  It's just a question of how.

"Garnished with Science"
In which Jo winds up the Doctor.

"Computer Science"
It's important to restate complex ideas in your own terms.

"Adventures in Scientific Babysitting"
When Liz Shaw babysits, the science is going to be done right.

"Technical Training"
Leela versus technology.  Technology should be very, very scared.

"No Go"
A minor translation mystery unraveled.

"Memetic Warfare"
In which the Doctor defeats a shapeshifting telepathic alien with one of humanity's more horrifying weapons—sort of.

"Revenge, Served with Diamonds"
A monster survives.  A Halloween double drabble.

"A Touch of Strange"
Jenny wasn't like the other girls.  She wasn't afraid of the same things.  Written as a stocking stuffer for kaffyr.

"Outnumbered"
Jack and River bond—or possibly declare war, it's hard to tell.  The Doctor feels put-upon.

"Premeditated"
River recruits Jack to help with a personal project.

Sarah Jane Adventures
"Du Liebes Kind, Komm, Geh Mit Mir" Chapters one, two, three, four, five, and six.
Some time after she moves to America, Maria Jackson faces mysterious temporal events and sees a bit of Sarah Jane's past.

Other Characters
"Adventures in Scientific Babysitting"
When Liz Shaw babysits, the science is going to be done right.

"Home"
The Doctor brings Jo Grant an unexpected companion of her own.

"They Say"
The oppressed rely on whispers.  A fic that reflects on the mythology surrounding Earth, and by extension the Doctor.

"Invisible Road"
A companion piece to "They Say," focusing on the experience of a trio of refugees.

"A Touch of Strange"
Jenny wasn't like the other girls.  She wasn't afraid of the same things.  Written as a stocking stuffer for kaffyr.

"Torpor"
Sometimes, Jenny wishes she'd been born into a different species.

"Self-fulfilling Prophecy"
Ace hates her birth name.  She also has severe issues with her mother.  These two facts are related.

Crossovers
"Disaster, Pizza (Comma Optional)"
Do not let the aliens make pizza.  Crossover with Teen Titans.


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