This is for my good old Figment followers (okay, most of you are young - please don't take that the wrong way 😛 ). Please leave your requests in the comments below!
When my dear friend and co-founder of the Figgies in the TARDIS Hannah accidentally deleted the story that started it all from Figment (with no backup copy BOOHOOHOOHOOO!!!) I decided to do what so many fans have done with classic canon Doctor Who for decades: reconstruct this priceless gem of fanonical literature, but with a … Continue reading Figgies on a TARDIS: the Screenplay
A two-part fanfiction of HeR Interactive's adaption of the classic Nancy Drew book, The Secret of the Old Clock. Unlike prior ND fanfics I've written, this one features a crossover guest from my favorite telly show: Doctor Who! Most of HeR's games take place in the 21st century, but to celebrate the first Nancy Drew … Continue reading NancyWho: “Titusville”
This story is the prequel to "The Truth about Hamsters," which I wrote for a school assignment where I was supposed to write a myth or folk tale. My teacher loved it! How the Humans Domesticated the Hamsters (by Allison Rose) Author's Note I'm really tired about all of those silly stories about how leopards … Continue reading “How the Humans Domesticated the Hamsters”
On a whim, I wrote this the day after the BBC aired this year's Doctor Who Xmas special. I've never seen or read The Life of Pi, but from what I'd seen of the Academy Awards a few years back, I had a feeling I knew exactly how the story's protagonist felt when he discovered … Continue reading “The Life of Who” (Flash Fiction)
Written for my dear online friend, Celestine Foreman. We sometimes wonder if she's really Susan Foreman, Doctor Who's granddaughter, fob-watched. Student Driver (by Allison in the TARDIS) Professor River Song watched as her granddaughter - er, step granddaughter - moved her hands through the jumble of controls in the TARDIS's dashboard. Sweetie had taught her all … Continue reading “Student Driver” (Flash Fiction)
Picard hates children. >:) Picard and Wesley (by Allison Rose) "But Jean-Luc," Dr. Beverly Crusher persisted, "it's important that the two of you bond!" As he took long strides down one of the Enterprise's lengthy corridors, Captain Jean-Luc Picard tried to pay Beverly no heed. Perhaps the Borg were right, though. Resistance was proving to … Continue reading “Picard and Wesley”