December 8th, 2007

got | robb & jon | falling from high

Fic: The Day The Doctor Created A New National Holiday (Ten/Martha - PG-13)

Title: The Day The Doctor Created A New National Holiday
Author: Madge
Rating: PG-13 ish.
Characters/Pairings: Ten/Martha. Plus blink and you'll miss them mentions of Ten/Reinette and Martha/Tom Milligan.
Spoilers: Blink and Last of the Time Lords.
Disclaimer: Well, I own a Martha doll but that's about it.
Author's Note: Written for the Holiday Ficafest at lifeonmartha with the prompts 'Bank Holiday Monday (wet) and 'I'd settle for 15 minutes in a broom closet at this rate'. There's also another surprise holiday in there as well.

He didn't do domestic - but he'd give it a go. Just for one day.
dr who -- martha/ten kiss

Heavenly Star, Part 1/1

Title: Heavenly Star
Author: radiantbaby
Characters/Pairings: Tenth Doctor/Martha Jones
Word Count: 5214
Genre: Fluffy and cracktastic romance, with a few tiny bits of angst
Rating: PG
Spoilers: Set post-“Human Nature”/”Family of Blood”, pre-“Blink” in S3
Summary: Martha and the Doctor have just returned from their intense experience at Farringham School in 1913 and they both attempt to pick up the pieces in some surprising ways.
Disclaimer: As I mentioned before, as persiflage_1 always says: “The BBC owns ‘Doctor Who’ and the Doctor owns me…” :)
Author Notes: Erm, so this was going to be my first attempt at a drabble (using elliptic_eye’s prompt “The two missing pages from John Smith's diary” for the 1000 Drabbles of Awesome on the lifeonmartha community), but apparently I am far too verbose for my own good as the plot sort of ran away from me! Anyway, I wanted to write something a bit fluffier after the dark piece I debuted with (“Monster with a Handsome Face”). There are bits of angst in here too, but I tried to err on the side of fluffy crack as much as I could to counteract it. I am still getting the hang of writing again, so I hope that the story isn’t that terrible. Again, it is un-beta’d, so all mistakes are mine. Any feedback/comments are very appreciated!

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