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Mako, Director of The Ancient Order of Sidewalks
10 July 2008 @ 11:53 am
Story: Slime.
Author: Orba the Geek.
Rating: All Ages.
Word Count: 10066.
Author's Summary: A genetic mistake that proceeds faster than a normal snail's pace.
Characters/Pairings: Sarah Jane Smith, The Doctor (4)
Warnings: None.

Recced because: LOL This reminds me of my childhood, parked in front of the telly, watching Doctor Who! This story could very well have been an episode, it is written that well. Orba the Geek has the Doctor and Sarah Jane down pat, as they contend with evil slime! Go. Read. Dump lotsa love on it!
 
 
tigerkat24
10 July 2008 @ 12:25 pm
Story: Not Quite Grammatical
Author: shinyjenni
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 1247
Author's Summary: Stumbling into renegade Time Lords’ TARDISes is becoming something of a habit for Dodo.
Characters/Pairings: Dodo Chaplet, Iris Wildthyme
Warnings: None

Recced because: Poor Dodo is even more woefully unrepresented in fanfiction than Susan, which is saying something. Here she gets another chance at the universe, in even less conventional company than the last time. Which is also saying something. If you've not met Iris Wildthyme, she's a Time Lady of even more insanity and reckless behavior than the Doctor. This story is a great introduction to her in all her multi-colored, surprisingly kind, frizzy-haired, packrat glory.

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just an incorrigibly happy person
10 July 2008 @ 11:59 pm
Title: Red Tape
Author: Lydia Hunter
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 330
Author's Summary: Ever wondered about the red tape and paperwork hassle involved when the Doctor became an official part of UNIT?
Characters/Pairings: Third Doctor, Benton
Warnings: None

Recced because: Having the Third Doctor exiled to Earth raises all sorts of logistical problems, and this fic brings out the absurdity that comes hand-in-hand with trying to tie the Doctor to any sort of bureaucratic organisation. And, of course, Benton shines in this fic, which is always a plus! A great little glimpse at the humourous side of this era.