lost_spook: (dw - six)
In which I actually achieve a bingo! Hurrah! \o/ (Just have to work out to post to the comm now; I've never done a bingo before.)

Title: Subdivide and Multiply
Author: [livejournal.com profile] lost_spook
Rating: PG
Word Count: 1778
Characters/Pairings: Slight Five/Tegan, implied Nyssa/Tegan, Turlough/Nyssa and possibly Five/Turlough. (Vague Five/Tegan/Nyssa/Turlough).
Notes/Warnings: AU from Terminus (in that Nyssa stays). It's a lot less shippy then it sounds.
Summary: Among the many things Tegan never planned, getting married to three aliens at once was definitely one of them, but that’s life on the TARDIS for you, or in this case, life off the TARDIS.

For [community profile] trope_bingo square “sharing a bed”, and directly from the discussion about Sedoretus I had a while back and [personal profile] john_amend_all’s comment that Doctor Who had the perfect Sedoretu in the shape of these four. (Allowing for Tegan/Nyssa, Five/Tegan, Turlough/Five and Turlough/Nyssa, with Turlough & Tegan and Nyssa & Five.) Somehow, the idea just wouldn’t go away, although I’m sure it could have been better done than this. It could certainly been far shippier, but that’s the trouble with me writing things. Also for [livejournal.com profile] livii in the 500 Prompts Meme - 44: This division must end – Five/Tegan (DW).

Subdivide and Multiply )
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For [livejournal.com profile] infinitejoys, who gave me the rather wonderful prompt of Turlough/Charlotte Lucas.

And I begin to realise that I fail at the 'no background whatsover, just a conversation for fun' bit of this meme, but I am having fun.   And, amazingly, this is the first Doctor Who story.

Turlough meets Charlotte Collins (nee Lucas) )
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I was going to rec other people's storytimes, but I realised I'd just have to put them all in because they're all much too good and funny.

So go here:
http://www.ttrarchive.com/storytime.html
Read, laugh and enjoy and then, when you're ready, move onto this: 

Storytime! Macbeth 
by John Elliott, 
(PG)

It has to be said it's the King of Storytimes.  (Curses and all that!)

Blurb )
http://www.ttrarchive.com/macbeth.html

Brief snippet:

 
Not mine.  Sadly.  (Turning green).

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