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October 17th, 2010

Doctor Who Fiction: A Lesson in Blue

Title: A Lesson in Blue
Author:
[info]kaffyr 
Characters: the TARDIS, the Doctor (10th), his listener (probably Rose)
Summary: "It's hard enough to remember the essentially interchangeable nature of space and time, when comfortably anchored in an entropically-machined existence. And She isn't. Anchored, that is."
Rating: PG
Edited: by the incomparable
[info]dr_whuh 
Author's notes: I wrote this back in 2007, and it's been cached at the A Teaspoon and an Open Mind archive since then. I didn't realize I hadn't put it up on Live Journal until tonight. It's always been a favorite of mine, the second short story I ever attempted, prompted by my overwhelming love for the TARDIS. Consider it an exploration of the TARDIS' nature, insofar as any linear creature can explore a non-linear one.
Disclaimer: As much as I might wish it were otherwise, I do not own anything in the Whoniverse. The Doctor, the TARDIS and those who travel with her are the property of their various creators. I take no coin, and mean to infringe on no copyright. I simply love, unwisely and too well.

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Ultimately she isn't linear. And that causes all sorts of complicationsCollapse )