savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Hello)
Rating: T (for now, might rise)
Word Count: 3,343 (chapter)/12,695 (story)
Characters/Pairing: Doctor/River, Martha, Mickey, Brian
Spoilers: If you haven’t seen “The Angels Take Manhattan,” you’d be pretty lost and very spoiled. This chapter contains references to two of my other stories, "Locked in my heart in a corner apart" and "Close your mouth and open up your heart and baby satisfy me"

Summary: Their marriage was be twisty and turny. There were times when they were fully in sync and others when they were scrambling to hide their hurt because of their mismatched timelines. Two lost souls making their way through the universe together. It was marriage, and it was theirs. Like her parents, they would choose each other. Every time. They would make it work. 

Chapter 4
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Hello)
Rating: T (which even shocked me)
Word Count: 1,776
Characters: Doctor/River, Amy/Rory
Spoilers: Post-Manhattan for the Doctor, Pre-Manhattan for the Pond family

Summary: Here he was. Sentenced to Trial by Congress — forced to either have sexual intercourse with a stranger or be castrated because he happened to get the unlucky father with a bent for violence punishment. Then there was facing River, and that would be worse.

Trial by Congress
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Hello)
Rating: T (for now, might rise)
Word Count: 3,470 (chapter)/9,352 (story)
Characters/Pairing: Doctor/River, Martha, Mickey, Brian
Spoilers: If you haven’t seen “The Angels Take Manhattan,” you’d be pretty lost and very spoiled.

Summary: Their marriage was be twisty and turny. There were times when they were fully in sync and others when they were scrambling to hide their hurt because of their mismatched timelines. Two lost souls making their way through the universe together. It was marriage, and it was theirs. Like her parents, they would choose each other. Every time. They would make it work.

Chapter 3
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Hello)
Rating: T (for now, might rise)
Word Count: 3,065 (chapter)/5,882 (story)
Characters/Pairing: Doctor/River, Martha, Mickey, Brian
Spoilers: If you haven’t seen “The Angels Take Manhattan,” you’d be pretty lost and very spoiled.

Summary: Their marriage was be twisty and turny. There were times when they were fully in sync and others when they were scrambling to hide their hurt because of their mismatched timelines. Two lost souls making their way through the universe together. It was marriage, and it was theirs. Like her parents, they would choose each other. Every time. They would make it work.

Chapter 2
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Hello)
Rating: T (for now, might rise)
Word Count: 2,817 (chapter)
Characters/Pairing: Doctor/River, a couple of cameos at the end
Spoilers: If you haven’t seen “The Angels Take Manhattan,” you’d be pretty lost and very spoiled.

Summary: Their marriage was be twisty and turny. There were times when they were fully in sync and others when they were scrambling to hide their hurt because of their mismatched timelines. Two lost souls making their way through the universe together. It was marriage, and it was theirs. Like her parents, they would choose each other. Every time. They would make it work.

Chapter 1
Sep. 29th, 2012 10:30 pm

Closure

savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Hello)
Word Count: 2,172
Rating: T
Pairings/Characters: Doctor/River, Amelia Pond, Brian Williams
Spoilers: If you haven’t watched “The Angels Take Manhattan,” don’t even go near this fic.

Summary: With every loss, there must be closure. Then they can heal.

Closure
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Hello)
Rating: M - definitely NSFW
Word Count: 2,380
Pairing: Doctor/River
Spoilers: Spoilers for "The Angels Take Manhattan," theorizing who a fictional character might be.

Summary: ”They’re not running all the time. Eventually, Melody pulls Jamie into her room so they can discuss strategy. Except there’s all that adrenaline, and it needs to go somewhere.” River reads a book to the Doctor.

The sound of your voice stirs me across the stars
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Stormcage kiss)
Word Count: 2,972
Rating: T
Pairings: Doctor/River, Amy/Rory
Notes: This story has spoilers for “A Town Called Mercy” and a theory about “Angels Take Manhattan.” If you’re wondering where this is in “Mercy,” the fic takes place just after the Doctor speaks with Kahler Jex in the marshal’s office during the night. It also refers to "I can see the perfect sky is torn."

Summary: Maybe it was the comments Kahler Jex said about her being a mother. Maybe it was seeing the Doctor get so dark that Amy worried she wouldn’t be able to pull him back. But Amy wanted to see her daughter so very much, and she had just enough time to make that happen.

Ask about my conscience, and I offer you my soul
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Stormcage kiss)
Rating: M
Word Count: 3,354 (chapter), 15,777 (story so far)
Characters: Doctor/River, original characters
Notes: Certain dialogue at the end is transcribed from the prequel to "Let's Kill Hitler."

Summary: Oh, but it all made sense now. River Song was Melody Pond, and Melody Pond was River Song. And River couldn’t tell them that she was Melody because with one single misstep, she could have easily wiped herself out of existence. That, the Doctor knew, would be a very bad thing - a story of the three months between "A Good Man Goes to War" and "Let's Kill Hitler."

Prologue | Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3

"Chapter 4"
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Hello)
Continuing with our adventures in a merry Pond life ... these short stories have been excellent writing practice this week since Namesake was just not happening for obvious reasons.

Story #4: Defense — It was Rory's job to defend his daughter no matter what -- even if it was from her husband.

The below stories are all epilogues to the Pond Life episodes that the BBC streamed this week. If you haven't seen them, you will be spoiled. Likewise, story #4 contains a spoiler for "Angels Take Manhattan," episode 5 of series 7. You might want to avoid that one if you've seen Pond Life but trying to remain spoiler-free for the main series.

savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Hello)
I’d been wanting to do a series of Pond family oriented short stories for awhile. With the BBC running “Pond Life” leading up to the series 7 premiere, I figured it was a good time to finally gather these stories together and post them. This is an ongoing collection of vignettes. Kudos to anyone who gets the summary!

Summary: In a terraced home on a quiet street in Leadworth, behind a door of the bluest blue, Amy Pond and Rory Williams had a little family that no one knew about. It was somewhat broken, but it was still a very good family.

Story #1: Midnight Snack — Amy and Rory want to sleep. Their daughter and son-in-law think sleeping is highly overrated.

Story #2: Homecoming — “River, take them all home,” the Doctor ordered as he swept into the TARDIS to find another version of the woman who’d revealed herself to be Melody Pond. Too bad, River thought, he didn’t mention what to do next.

Story #3: 50 Shades of Something — “I was off to play a round golf with Jack Nicklaus. Ran into River while I was picking out my lucky putter. She said she was coming here to read a book with you,” the Doctor chirped as he all but bounced into Amy and Rory’s living room. He clapped his hands. “I love a good book reading!”
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Stormcage kiss)
Rating: M
Word Count: 4,403
Characters: Doctor/River, original characters
Notes: This story came about as a desire to tell the story of the Doctor properly falling in love with River, which you can see starting at the end of "A Good Man Goes to War" and culminating with his fierce drive to protect her in "Let's Kill Hitler." Something happened between those two in the 3-month gap for the Ponds. It was also spawned by seeing gorgeous pictures on Tumblr of cities created out of trees and the tale of Jim the Fish that's in the diary excerpts of "The Eternity Clock." When I saw the tree cities, I knew that there was a story that needed to be told.

Summary: Oh, but it all made sense now. River Song was Melody Pond, and Melody Pond was River Song. And River couldn’t tell them that she was Melody because with one single misstep, she could have easily wiped herself out of existence. That, the Doctor knew, would be a very bad thing - a story of the three months between "A Good Man Goes to War" and "Let's Kill Hitler."

Prologue | Chapter 1

Chapter 2 )
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Make me)
Title: Even if we're just dancing in the dark (1/2)
Fandom/Characters: Doctor Who, Eleven/River
Rating: T
Word Count: 2,887
Spoilers: If you haven't seen "The Doctor, the Widow, and the Wardrobe," then this won't make any sense. This story is assuming that "First Night/Last Night" took place after this year's Christmas special.

Summary: He had friends who loved him, and he had a family. He was willing to admit that. But, embracing all the gifts he'd been given meant that he had to clean up the messes he made, and that had to start with her.

You can't start a fire, worrying about your little world falling apart. )
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Stormcage)
Title: A Merry Chase
Author: [personal profile] savvyliterate
Fandom/Characters: Doctor Who, Eleven/River
Rating: T for now, but will eventually be M
Word Count (chapter): 5,130
Note: I am happy to say that "Night and the Doctor" has rendered this story into an AR. Doesn't mean I won't finish it though!

Summary: When the Doctor arrives to spirit River away from the Stormcage for the first time, he discovers she's already saved herself -- and is bent on driving him insane. She leads him on a madcap chase across time and space as she seeks to discover herself and he accepts what she really means to him.

Leadworth Again, or What the Cracks Actually Fixed )

Prologue | Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Make me)
Title: Christmas Day with the Ponds
Author: [personal profile] savvyliterate
Fandom/Characters: Doctor Who, Eleven/River, Amy/Rory
Rating: T
Word Count: 2,874
Spoilers: Is canon-complaint through the end of series 6 and is the sequel to "Christmas Eve with the Ponds," which should be read first. There will be a third story, making this a trilogy.

Christmas Day with the Ponds )
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Make me)
Title: Our faces are vizards to our hearts
Author: [personal profile] savvyliterate
Fandom/Characters: Doctor Who, Eleven/River
Rating: K+
Word Count: 1,278
Spoilers: Despite appearances, this is not a crossover. It's up to you to decide what the Doctor did at the end of the story.

Summary: Elizabeth led an ordinary, happy life. But, she always felt there was something that was missing, something just beyond her fingertips.

Our faces are vizards to our hearts )
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Make me)
Title: The Unicorn and the Doctor
Author: [personal profile] savvyliterate
Fandom/Characters: Doctor Who, Eleven/River, Amy/Rory
Rating: T
Word Count: 1,028
Spoilers: Takes place at some point between "Let's Kill Hitler" and "The God Complex." Once again, this is blamed on [personal profile] areyoumarriedriver and [personal profile] penguinspy42. The intergalactic zoo is borrowed from Charina's story set in said zoo.

Summary: "So, are you a virgin then? Do we need to get River to deflower you?"

The Unicorn and the Doctor )
savvyliterate: (Doctor/River: Stormcage)
Title: The Observations of Amelia Pond
Author: [personal profile] savvyliterate
Fandom/Characters: Doctor Who, Eleven/River, Amy/Rory
Rating: K
Word Count: 966
Spoilers: Is canon-complaint through the end of series 6 and written for [personal profile] penguinspy42

Summary: The Doctor was quite the hugging person, Amy thought. But, she'd never seen him hug River Song.

The Observations of Amelia Pond )

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