Rating: Strong T for advances and discussion
Summary: River wants the Doctor but he dismisses her advances. If only he could explain to her why. T for the advances and the discussion that follows.
Warnings/Notes: Written for dw_allsorts community. Prompt was Tropes: Tentacles
River was extraordinarily young this time around.
Rating: Strong T for advances and discussion
Summary: Mothers always knows just how to make you feel well when you're sick. And River's mother is no different.
Disclaimer: The Doctor and all other characters mentioned do not belong to me. No profit made from this work, no infringement intended.
Notes: I wanted to do a sick!fic but not the normal little Melody, little Amy or Rory kind. So I did a timey-wimey one instead. Hope you liked it! Reviews most welcome.
"Let's go visit River," blurted out Amy suddenly.
"River? River River?" spluttered the Doctor, clearing his throat and missing a lever as he tried to nonchalantly lean against the console.( Read more... )
Summary:The 12th Doctor goes to his Ponds when he leaves Clara to choose his new outfit.
Notes: Fair warning, the pain meds are still muddling things on my part, but I think this makes sense, or I hope it does, though I probably should've sent it to be beta'd at the end, but I wanted to get it out before the new episode aired, so there probably are mistakes and things that make no sense, because it takes me thrice as long to concentrate & write at the moment, & it's really hard, but I'll fix it when I'm clearer-headed if it needs it...
Anyway, this is my response to Deep Breath, so SPOILER WARNING if you've yet to see it from here on out.
What made absolutely no sense to me the entire episode of Capaldi's debut (he's amazing, by the way), is that Clara is the one companion out of all of them who had no right to be affected by a new Doctor's face, because she's seen them all, & at the very least 3 that she absolutely remembers. So, she, in my opinion, shouldn't have needed the big adjustment period & especially that phone call from the previous Doctor, which no other companion ever got who hadn't seen multiple forms of him already, that undermined the rest of the "accept me as the Doctor" episode. Amendment to this: I understand the whole "companion is the audience" sentimentality, I just think in this case, Clara should've been the one convincing the Paternoster Gang he was still the same man, using their own lives as parallels, as opposed to them needing to convince her. That said, it's done, whatever, moving on.
Here's a bit of Pond/12 fluff, where he chooses his new outfit. Yes, I know he said goodbye to Amy in Time of the Doctor, but just enjoy the story. Parts of the end dialogue are purposely left speaker-less, because I believe it doesn't matter who says it, they all would or could & you could choose. And again, ignore the medicated rambling of the author, & enjoy. Ooh, and review, if you'd like.
The TARDIS landed noisily as she always did, right into River's back garden.( Read more... )
Summary: Those old photos your parents bring out to embarrass you can cause even more discomfort when you're a time traveller.
Notes: Just some humour to offset the recent angsty chapters. Enjoy! As always, reviews greatly appreciated.
It was the day after Easter, River's first with her new husband, even though he seemed farther ahead this time.( Read more... )
Summary: The Ponds learn why the Doctor needs them in his life even when they're learning to live with him less in theirs.
It had been several months since Rory and Amy had seen the Doctor. It was as though he was staying away from them, each visit coming months and months after the previous one.( Read more... )
Summary:The Doctor gets a phone call, and doesn't know whether to be insulted or flattered when the caller asks which Doctor he is. Humorous little one-shot that amused me.
It happened just as Donna and Martha were saying goodnight to him, turning away to go to bed after a long day of sludge.
Doctor/ River Fluff- Rated K+
The Doctor was delighted, upon entering the Pond’s house, to find the air full of River’s scent and an extra setting for her at the table.
He turned his head side to side, looking for her expectantly.
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Summary: River has a certain habit she maintains around her husband. What happens when this time, her husband isn't the only one affected? Includes Amy, Rory, Martha, Donna, Jack, Canton, Mickey, and Rose. Rated T for the premise itself, as well as insinuations. One- shot, though universe may grow.
A/N- I don't know why this idea amused me so, nor why I chose these particular characters to participate, but it did and I did so that's that. Warning in advance- this borders on downright saucy. As always, reviews (especially about character work) appreciated. No context for this story, just assume it's in roughly the same universe as "Not so Strange Bedfellows." Thank you to the wonderful morganfm for the beta and for helping me clarify any confusion from the original post! Have fun...
Once River had learned how it was done, she did it often enough to always keep things interesting between them.( Read more... )
A/N- Random short piece of humour and fluff for you based off the thought I had that the Doctor never overreacts. Or so he would claim. Space Gandalf is a reference to a tag scene from from Series 5 (look up series 5 minisodes and you should find it). Have fun...
"I'm just saying, you two don't have to throw it in everybody's face all hours of the day!"
A/N- I found this in my writing folder as another potential set up piece, but decided after a few tweaks that I rather enjoy it the way it stands now. Let me know your thoughts on it~ Enjoy!
It took- well, longer than she cared to admit to rally the courage to call them. Before, it hadn't mattered.
A/N:Okay, so basically I had the ridiculously funny and happy thought of Ten and Eleven sharing a bed, and Eleven slapping Ten repeatedly in the face as he reached for River but got the wrong bedmate. This came out of that thought, and turned into something else entirely. May become more, may stay a one- shot. I have most of the whos, some of the whats, but none of the whys to grow this story, so for this one- shot, lets assume younger River, older Ten, married Eleven.
Reviews greatly appreciated, along with any suggestions.
“And how exactly is this going to work?”
“It’s quite simple, Sweetie. This,” said River, gesturing around her, “is your room.”
A/N- I keep having ideas for River/ Doctor stories, so I decided to make a separate series from the Pond ones for them. These "shippy" ones will be under the tag "Mr. Song & Mrs. Smith."
Not really sure where this came from, but I like it. Doctor/ River fluff. Explains why River met the Doctor in the Impossible Astronaut, other than the obvious. A little out there when I got to the analogy, but I like where it ended up.
Disclaimer: I know little to nothing about minerals or fish- so I made it alien which fixes everything. I only own the idea, not the characters, which belong to Steven Moffat and the BBC. Please review.
After he left her parents back on Earth, it was not uncommon for the Doctor to seek out River for their own private adventures. They travelled the stars, the Doctor and his new Song, always running, always fighting, nearly always together. Then the time came when they met up yet again, where the Doctor finally realized the inevitable.( Read more... )
“Okay, tell me now- why did you do it?” commanded a very stern River, as she marched into the room, arms crossed as she glared at her father.
Rory looked up from the monitor, where he’d been keeping an eye on Amy and the Doctor, bumbling sheepishly and refusing to answer.
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“Frozen. Frozen in an instant in time. Safe and hidden away.”
“Like a painting,” the old war hero whispered.
“And that would work?” asked the sole human girl.
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