Doctor Who Calendar Coming UpI'm making a calendar for Doctor Who as a school project, but I want to make it purchasable. I'm going to learn how business works here so I can learn to make them downloadable. Assembly will be needed, like providing your own printer and coils so I don't see this thing really taking off, unless people have this equipment. I have a preview of what the pictures of each month are going to look like. The will apear something like this.Doctor Who Calendar Coming Up2 days ago in Personal More Like This
So if anybody has any questions about it, whether it be me mailing one to you, or what else is going to be on it, just send me a note. I guess I'm open for commissions, but it will take me a long while for me to get to it.
Doctor Who AU V2?Okay, so the rough draft of a second version of Doctor Who AU would be basically the same from 1963 to 1989, but instead of getting cancelled, it kept going. Richard would leave the show in 91, being replaced by Richard Griffiths, who leaves in 95, replaced by Joanna Lumley, who goes until 1999, replaced by Nicholas Briggs, who leaves in 2004, and from there it's the same as the first version. Should I do this? It would look like thisDoctor Who AU V2?2 days ago in Personal More Like This
7-Richard E Grant
What do you guys think? Is it good, or should I change it? I would include the Time War, with Nick's last and Mark's only season being revolved around various parts of it. So, I'll stop talking. Thoughts? I really would like feedback! also, to DrZalgo, if you don't like me using a few of the same actors a
We've Got Mail!Amy and Rory are gone, but Time Lords are clever, and there's always a way to keep in touch...We've Got Mail!2 days ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
“We’ve got mail!” River caroled as she bounced into the Tardis, waving a handful of heavy vellum envelopes.
“Give me!” the Doctor ran down the Tardis stairs and snatched half the envelopes from River’s grasp, scattering others across the entryway floor.
River didn’t protest, she was as eager as he was to discover the contents.
They both sat down right there on the entryway floor and started opening envelopes.
The Doctor slit open a thick square envelope with his pinkie and pulled out the sheaf of papers inside. He quickly unfolded them.
“Hello, Raggedy Man, What’s up?”
Tears started in his eyes at that irreverent greeting, he grinned fit to bust and blinked his eyes clear.
“We got your last letter,” Amy continued. “Sounds like you put my daughter through the ringer. Really, you should know better than to take
Weasel Skeet: Chapter CCLXXVIWeasel SkeetWeasel Skeet: Chapter CCLXXVI2 days ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Chapter CCLXXVI: In Which People Cry at Funerals and Forget Insignificant Events
Five teenaged boys sat on the curb tossing stones and handfuls of gravel at the passing traffic, though only one or two specks of dirt actually struck a vehicle and only one or two vehicles actually passed by. The day was particularly warm and everything seemed to have a yellow or orange haze around it. By midday, the dark black car parked across the street, which went, for some reason, without a nick by over an hour’s bombardment of gravel, was the only vehicle until the end of the day.
A man came from the funeral parlour, a black armband round his coat sleeve. He carried with him a closed umbrella and a large suitcase. A small child, dressed in all black, followed very close behind, and entered the back of the vehicle, staring out the tinted window at the young men sweltering in the heat. The man opened the boot of the car and placed the luggage in. He then turned to the young men.