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Master Fic List

Doctor Who

Single Chapter Stories

Fourth Doctor

Cooking with Gallifreyans (LJ)

Ninth Doctor
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Tenth Doctor
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Eleventh Doctor
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Twelfth Doctor
The Bright Side of Time (LJ)

Sarah Jane Adventures
A Light in the Dark (LJ)
Carbon, Earth and Stardust (LJ)

Triptych (LJ)
Going Out With the Tide (LJ)

Multi-Chapter Stories (LJ)
Walk Out With Me to the Unknown Region

Sapphire and Steel

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Marvel Cinematic Universe

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External Links: Ao3; Teaspoon


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External Links: A03

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Dept. of Organization

Multi- Chapter Stories

Most links to my multi-chapter stories will be to their Dreamwidth posts; links to stories prior to 2012 may go both to LJ and DW. Each multi-chapter Whoniverse story is also available at my Teaspoon and AO3 accounts.

Doctor Who
Walk Out With Me to the Unknown Region
Hearts and Moons Recall the Truth

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Over Easy
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Sea Bound Hearts
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Redeeming the Tree
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Dept. of Communication

Season's Greetings 

Now that (American) Thanksgiving has passed, I am revving up to start my Season of Reaching Out. I would love to be able to send out holiday cards at this, the darkest time of the year, to everyone who's helped brighten my year. If you'd like a card from me, please PM me with your address, and it will make me very happy to send you a card - anyone, from anywhere!

ETA: be sure to let me know if you'd like a particular kind of holiday card, or would prefer to not get any particular kind of holiday card!
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Department of Thanksgiving

Grace and Gratitude

I had an odd thought recently. 

I wondered if Thanksgiving wasn't in actuality an incredibly smug holiday. Leaving aside the feel-good story of the first Thanksgiving, and all its worrisome aspects, wasn't there something just a little unpleasantly self-satisfied about saying how thankful one was for whatever great or small riches one might have? Was that something I wanted to do, I wondered, when this world is full of people who have nothing, nothing at all, for which to be thankful? Wasn't my being thankful for my life just rubbing my luck in the metaphorical faces of those people?

I don't think I would have had that thought a few years ago. I think this past year has tired me physically, emotionally, and spiritually. I know that the world has always had too much of hell in it -  I've always known that, I am no naif -  but this year seemed particularly awful, with hate, fear, and ignorance nurturing every bloody proclivity toward barbarism that we humans have, and smothering all of our tendencies toward love and grace.

As I said, an odd thought. A weird one. 

But I decided that I was looking at it all wrong, that I was allowing my spiritual weariness to curdle into cynicism and hopelessness. Like the boy whose heart bore a shard of the Snow Queen's shattered mirror, which turned his every thought to darkness, I was looking at the holiday with the hard, half-blind eyes of the hopeless soul. I was a fool to do so, when I was surrounded by so much for which to be thankful. 

Being grateful for the people who I love, and who love me, isn't being selfish or self-satisfied. Being thankful that I have a little home that I love; that I have a job which still, amazingly, means something to me; that I have medical help to wield against the physical and mental illnesses I scuffle with; that I can still write about things I love; that I have Bob and Andy in my life; that I know all of you, my online friends and acquaintances - none of that is wrong. 

Let me now try to work on behalf of people who have less than I have. Let me try to pass on the love with which I am graced. Let me try to help others into a life for which they can be thankful. 

Thank you all, for being who you are, and for being in my life. 

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Dept. of Birthdays

A Twin Birthday Wish

I should have wished mack_the_spoon and namarie24 two very happy birthdays back on November 24. Both of them are delightful to know. They remind me that there are people of faith who make the world a better place. They are also fellow Doctor Who fans, and fellow fic writers (I'm amazed at their energy, given all the work they do in their linguistic studies, and their language-based faith work, being able to stay active in fandom. I hope your birthdays were wonderful; may you get the guest room furniture you need, have fun with your kitties, continue your work with passion, and spread your lovely smiles around!

There are some other birthdays, too: although she seems to be keeping a low online profile these days, I remember othermewriter with fondness - she shares my appreciation for the Ninth Doctor and Donna, for example - and I know she's having a Thanksgiving Day birthday. I hope she's having a fantastic day, and I hope we see her around here sometime soon. 

Another long-ago friendly fandom acquaintance is decadentdave, up in Winnipeg. He celebrates his birthday today as well; Happy Birthday!
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Dept. of Just Keep Swimming

Long Day

Long day, long week, no brain - or at least little brain - tired body (but I'm managing to exercise at least 5 days out of 7). Getting a little more gutted by Face the Raven each day, which I think shows the power of that episode. Maybe I'll talk about it tomorrow.

More gutted, by news of the Laquan McDonald tragedy and travesty. I'm the sister of a police officer, but I feel no hesitation at all in saying yes, the system of policing in this country (and probably on this continent) is built to reinforce racism, despite the best efforts of good police officers, built to maintain systemic destruction of black bodies, minds, lives, and futures. It does so in the service of a culture that does not think The Other is part of it. Each death, and each denial that it's racism - or misogyny, or transphobia, take your pick -  kills democracy just that little bit more.

Going out now for miso soup, green tea, some mackerel, and relaxation. Back later. Love y'all.

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Dept. of Dr. Who, and You, and Me

It's Friday!!!!

So, first off? The Best Friday Song EVARRRR. Which I will probably intermittently re-post because it always makes the end of the work week particularly wonderful.

Second: I hope everyone is doing well, as November gets ready to start its slide toward December. I'd love to hear what folks are doing.

Third: Much to my own surprise, I actually was able to buy two little Christmas gifts for two friends, and that pleases me inordinately. I bought them from a small independent store, and that pleased me even more. Most of my gifts this year will be donations in peoples' names to various charities, but it's always great to find a little something personal.

Fourth: I was, for the firs time this season, truly disappointed with a Doctor Who episode. "Sleep No More" was, for me, boring, despite a lot of sound and fury; both gormless and formless (something that I've found to be the case with most other Mark Gatiss scripts) and a waste of a lot of nice background world-building. To take an intrinsically interesting idea (lack of sleep and what that does for individuals and their society) and squander it so completely ... it would be a shame in any Dr. Who season, but this season has been, for me, so uniformly good that "Sleep No More" is particularly unsatisfying. Mediocrity, thy name appears upon too many occasions to be Gatiss. I still like "The Unquiet Dead" and "Robots of Sherwood" though.

I am fighting a slightly upset stomach, and gearing up to do my exercises; the stomach might not be a good thing for the exercises - we shall see.

Onward, to Big Ass Martini time!

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Dept. of Birthdays and Signal Boosting

Good People to Know

First, a belated (back on Nov. 12) birthday wish to
luckweaver; I hope the weather in N.S. treated you to a lovely autumn day for your natal celebration, and I hope that the coming 365 days are full of success, love, discovery, calm, accomplishment and creativity!

Second - I'm sure that many folks on my list know
[personal profile] a_phoenixdragon . She's a joy to know, a woman whose heart is at least three times bigger than most peoples', whose work ethic is frighteningly intense, whose love for and dedication to her family is that of a mama lion (do not attempt to do wrong to anyone under her roof; you will regret it.) She and hers  have had a tough couple of years, but were able to start climbing out of the hole a little while back -

- and then came job insecurity and a malfunctioning car. So she's put up a GoFundMe account, in hopes that she can get the phoenix dragon wagon* up and running in time to help with life (particularly the job situation.) I was happy to give. If (and only if) you want to and can afford it, it would be great to see other folks do the same.

* I hope you don't mind me giving in to the terrible desire to give your car a cheesy rhyming name. Please don't hunt me down ... *ducks, runs*....

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Dept. of Birthdays

Before Your Birthday Is Done -

Many happy returns of the day to
[personal profile] kerravonsen - a lovely lady, gifted writer, ingenious crafter, and proof to me that what draws us humans together is far stronger than what pulls us apart. May your birthday have been splendid, and may the coming year be magnificent for you!

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Dept. of Remembrance Day

I Will Not Forget

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Not because I glorify war, but because I hate it.
Not because all soldiers are heroes, but because they are all human.
Not because of the generals, but because of the privates.
Not just because of the soldiers, but because of the civilians.
Not just because it is good to remember, but because it is necessary.

My grandfather was an RAF and RNAS pilot in the First World War. He was an ace. He won the DSC. He also served in the Second World War on the home front. He was a highly imperfect and often awful man, but he was brave, and more than occasionally worth knowing and remembering.

My mother served as a nurse in the Royal Canadian Navy, although she didn't have to serve during wartime. You know what I think of my mother.

My brother served as a police officer and a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. They also serve who are always on alert on the home front.

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Zygons and Work Weeks and More, Oh, My ...

This week's been better than last week. It's not less busy, mind, since I had a meeting last night, one tonight, a union meeting tomorrow night and a staff meeting tomorrow afternoon (gah) plus a union-company meeting Thursday afternoon. But the week doesn't yet seem as out of control and unpleasant as it did at this time last week. Of course, given the two union meetings, that could always change, but I'm choosing to look at the good side of the coin right now.

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Anything else? Yes, I got exercises done again; go, me!

A final thought: the level of self-deception on the part of the 3,546 GOP candidates who still think they can be president just reminds me that most members of that party don't really live in the real world.  At least two of the original five Democratic candidates woke up and smelled the coffee, if one could say nothing else about them. 

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Dept. of Sad kaffyr

I Just Remembered ...

... that "Defiance" is well and truly cancelled.

Damn. No, really; damn

I loved that show. And every character - every one - on it. 

Bring it back, SyFy ... why won't you do what I want you to do,
right now??!!!!???!

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Dept. of Birthdays

Happy Birthday, cathica!

Yours was among the first fanfiction I ever read, and it will always be amongst the best I'll ever read. You have a gorgeously dark talent, all the more amazing coming from someone with as much kindness and consideration as you have. I hope life has been good for you thus far in 2015, and I hope the coming 365 days are full of creativity, sold stories, and no bears in the backyard!

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Dept. of Catching Up

Wasn't That a Week? Yup. It Was. 

I am fighting with the first mouth sore I've had in several months. I'm not overly upset, because it is, after all, the first one in several months. Still, it's hard eating or drinking anything without pain, so I am allowing myself to feel a bit sorry for myself. Bob made some of his very special winter oatmeal, with all sorts of yummy things in it, and that was my supper. 

I had a reasonable week (except for the Tuesday meeting FROM
 HELL about which I've already spoken. I think I'm getting an idea of how to deal with my uber-boss, who's still my immediate boss. Why? Because the fellow they're bringing in from Far, Far Away, may end up being handed a different job within the company. And his arrival on our shores is apparently taking more time than was originally expected. If they have to hire someone from the vast pool of unemployed local editors, that would please me, I think. Anyhow, yes, I'm dealing with her a little better. 

I have somewhere over four paragraphs of Chapter 26 written. I'm not sure these will end up being the lead paragraphs in the chapter, but they'll be somewhere in there. This will be a chapter with numerous scene and POV changes, I think; I don't want it to end up too choppy or hurried, but I think a lot needs to get done. 

I went with my friend Rose on Friday to see Roxane Gay, author of, among other things, "Bad Feminist." I haven't read it yet, but based on the conversation she held on stage with her interviewers made me think I should get her book, at least from the library. She had some very interesting things to say about being a woman in academe, for instance, and about being a black, large-bodied, queer, really, really smart woman in academe.

I also liked the way she handled the Q&A session. Those can be really uncomfortable for listeners and for the person who has to answer the questions. I sat through one session after a dance recital, for instance, when the guest, the choreographer, had to endure a woman who grabbed the mic and wouldn't relinquish it, while she droned on and on, the only person in the auditorium to enjoy the sound of her voice. 

Gay didn't have to endure that; she got no more than a couple of so-so questions, and the rest were thoughtful and aimed at her, rather than aimed at the rest of the audience in order to show how cool the questioner was. The audience's reward was hearing her in full-on good teacher mode: listening with respect to the questions, while still being able to show a bit of asperity with questioners, answering their question, but also giving some further information that might suggest to the questioner that they'd asked the wrong question. I love that in a teacher. 

So, yeah, tl;dr: I'm going to find either "Bad Feminist" or perhap's Gay's fiction, so that I can get a better feel for her. 
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Many happy returns of two days ago, to erikvolson, a man who has a fine taste in hats, and who is most excellent in other ways as well. We've not kept in touch the way we should, given that we're in the same city. I hope your actual birthday was of extremely high quality, and that the coming year will be equally good. 

Back on Nov. 1, a circumspect fannish gardener celebrated his birthday - don_fitch, I hope it a good one!
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Dept. of randomosity

Things I've Thought Recently
  • This I believe: it is impossible to keep knit sweaters safe from disfigurement in a house with three cats.
  • After checking out some clips of rugby games (don't ask - it started with YouTube clips of haka from the New Zealand All Blacks and went from there to the Rugby world championship) I am now convinced that rugby is a game that requires more skill and gut toughness than any other version of sport that could be called "football." It particularly eclipses American football (Sorry, [personal profile] supergee.)
  • Also? Haka are pretty amazing pieces of theater to watch and listen to and make me want to learn more about Maori history and culture. 
  • I have gained back much (not all, but a lot) of the weight I lost to my RA/scleroderma. I find that I don't care quite as much now as I did a few months ago. Perhaps the idea that I'm exercising regularly and attempting to be a teeny bit more active, makes me feel this way. Perhaps it's because I just can't be bothered to worry about it. Hmmmm.
  • Getting anywhere at all on Chapter 26 of Hearts and Moons has proven to be very difficult. This story won't be done before the end of 2015. Bother. 
  • I really am liking this season of Doctor Who, although the most recent one had me violently swinging between enjoyment (Osgood! Kate Stewart!) and irritation (Doctor with little time in world-threatening crisis decides to travel trans Atlantic in a plane instead of the TARDIS. O rly?)
  • Exercise is hard
  • Wow. Much randomosity. 

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Dept. of Birthdays

Happy Birthday, viomisehunt!

I should have wished you this yesterday, but I hope your day was a good one. I miss seeing you around, and reading your thoughts on life, both spiritual and everyday. I look forward to talking to you again sometime, but in the meantime, have a very good week; may the sun shine on you!
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Dept. of Weirdity

Dreams and Half-Awake Visions

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Dept. of Memories

Oct. 27, 2013

I was doing something earlier this afternoon, when all of a sudden I thought, "It must be close to the anniversary date of Mum's death. Jeez, how could I forget?"

I didn't. My subconscious must have realized that today is the second anniversary of her death.

I still check in with her regularly in my head. By now, I've been able to watch a video bit taken of her during our last visit, something I couldn't do until recently. Life is still very much a "before Mum died" and "after Mum died" thing, but it doesn't loom as large for me as it once did.

I miss her, though.

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Dept. of Monday. And Birthdays.

Yeah. Monday.

I forgot to mention last week that BB had an endoscopy scheduled for 8 a.m. this morning, to check on possible reasons for some recurring pain (if you're at all familiar with his health history, you'll understand why abdominal pain is something we always pay attention to.) So up at 6 a.m. and off to the hospital. I hate getting up that early. The outcome ... BB got his duodenum stretched, but there's not much that the gastro doctor can point to as a cause of the pain. So ... more investigation, and another endoscopy next month.

I got more information on the guy about which I ranted on Friday, but didn't really have much time to share it with my editor, because I had to write one story left undone from last week, and then got an unexpected obituary story for a person who played an important part in my town's history, which required two or three interviews. And the undone story took all day, after we got back from the hospital. I simply take too much time writing stories that shouldn't take that much mental or temporal effort.

I worked on the story so long that I didn't get a chance to drive out to a meeting I had to attend. So I attended it online. Oh. Lord. That's all I need to say about that meeting.

No time to exercise, no time to relax - but I did get the chance to eat some chocolate, and I did get to pat cats. So there's that.

I really have to find more positive things to write about.

Wait, wait! Birthdays!

Happy birthday back on Oct. 24,
[personal profile] lolmac ! You single-handedly reminded me how much I enjoyed SG1, and sometimes your posts are the one thing in any given day that makes me smile.

Happy belated birthday, too, to
cosmiccoz. Wherever you are, I truly hope life has taken a turn for the better.

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Dept. of Weariness

When You're as Old As I Am ...

... the act of sleeping  - active sleeping, as it were, sleeping for the pure joy of sleeping -  takes on its own delights. Which is why this is going to be an extra specially short post. 

Well, except to say that I've seen Doctor Who tonight, and I can say with certainty that a) I'm liking Twelve (and Capaldi) more, and more; b) I really like Maisie Williams; c) I like parts of The Woman Who Lived; and d) dear lord, I was exasperated at various notable other parts.

Yup. This was, for me, the weakest episode of what has otherwise been, again, for me, the strongest season in the last couple of years. 

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Dept. of Birthdays

Two Beautiful People

It's not often I get the chance to wish Happy Birthday in one day to two people as uniquely lovely as elisi and a_phoenixdragon.

[personal profile] elisi is the person I look to for incredible meta on Doctor Who. The thought she puts into our shared obsession, the acuity of her observations, her ability to see patterns, the breadth of her knowledge and her ability to address those patterns with that knowledge and, what's most important, the joy with which she attacks the challenge of meta, are things to which I aspire. She writes damned fine fanfic and general fiction, too. What makes her even more lovely to know are the glimpses I see of her personal life with a wonderful family with members as lively and intelligent as she is. I'm happy for so many reasons that I got to meet and interact with you. I know your family undoubtedly honored your birthday as it should be honored. Please take my wishes for a fantastic year!

[personal profile] a_phoenixdragon is one of the online friends I've been lucky enough to meet in three-dee life. Mandy grabs at life with both hands, wrestles with it and generally takes it two falls out of three; then, to mangle my metaphors completely, she'll cook it dinner, have a beer with it and basically have fun with it. That's all while dealing with life's less savory aspects. She's tough, funny, unstoppable, she can talk up a storm - and have all of it be fun to listen to - she's curious about the world, loving and patient with her boyos and her own Best Beloved, unwilling to give up, and delighted to enjoy the good things. And I haven't even mentioned her incredible output of Extremely Good Fanfic. She's the mistress of atmosphere and emotions, and it's always a treat (albeit more than occasionally a dark treat) to read her work. May you have a great day, Mandy, and may you have an even better year - and we'll find a way to get you up here for some Japanese curry and a night of geeking out, OK?

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Dept. of Books

Between the World and Me

I've wanted to recommend Between The World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates, for some time; well before I reached the end of this very slim volume, as a matter of fact.

Folks may know of Coates' work at The Atlantic, with his trenchant, unyielding, and often strongly poetic writing about race and America, among many other things. He was named the recipient of a MacArthur Foundation "Genius" grant.  (He's a fan, by the way; he's going to be writing The Black Panther for Marvel!)

But this book ... it's rare that I can say "A book changed my view of the world." This one did. It is written as a letter to his teenage son in the wake of the Trayvon Martin murder trial verdict. He speaks to his son as a black man, with a young black son he loves, in a country that doesn't love either of them. Within the first 10 pages of this letter, I was treated to more wisdom, and more hurt, and more righteous anger, than I've read in a long time. 

I'm a middle-class white woman, and reading this was sometimes brutal for me - but it was brutal in all the good "you need to learn this, to understand it, to accept it, " way. Coates is that rarest of combinations; a writer with reportorial skills in equal measure to his command of language, pacing, heart and mind. He made me listen. 

Between the World and Me has been short-listed for the National Book award. You should read it.

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Dept. of Beautiful People

To My Son
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I wrote the following on Facebook, where FB is most often online, but his birthday is an important date at Casakaffyr. His is one of the two stars around which I've circled, willingly, for decades. I am so glad that he is my son.

Dearest Andy:

Back some 31 years, just around this time, you were taking your own sweet time entering our world. You eventually did, a little later in the day, and the world has been a better place for it.

Andy, you are one of the brightest lights of my life, and I have seen how much you light up others' lives as well. You are wise in the best ways, the ways of kindness and compassion; those around you have benefitted greatly as a result. You are learning other wisdoms
 as well, which will make your light burn even more brightly.

As you enter another year of life, you can be proud of your growth. As a mother, I am proud and humble in the face of your talents, your creativity, and the life that bursts from you.

We have had our tumbles, and you have had your own; you always rose up from them, and we have always remained a team, whether that meant sitting together and watching Duck Tales, arguing over who got to be online the most in the days of one household computer, geeking out over Doctor Who, or providing shoulders for each other to cry on.

I love you more than you will ever know — and I like you more than ever. May this day be fantastic for you, and may this year be magnificent!

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Dept. of Woo-Hoo!

Buh-bye, Stephen.

Yes, yes, I know he kept his own riding. 

But his party lost. And he's going to resign his party leadership. 

Yes, the party I'd have voted for if I were still living in Canada managed to scuttle itself right back down to third party also-ran status. Bad NDP, no cookies ... but ... but - 

The fucking Conservatives are out of power. 

Out. Of. Power. 


So, Justin? You'd best do a good job.

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