Time and a crayon

I co-author the webcomic Namesake. This Tumblr is the unashamed fandom side of me.

Favorites: Doctor Who (Disclaimer - there are a LOT of Doctor/River feels) • Sherlock • Downton Abbey • J.D. Robb's "In Death" series • Slayers • Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

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secondlina:

New Namesake comic!

Does this mural make my butt look awesome?

{Read the beginning} {Patreon}

savedher:

I always rip out the last page of a book.
Then it doesn’t have to end.

savedher:

I always rip out the last page of a book.

Then it doesn’t have to end.

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Ahhh thought maybe I’d met a fellow desert rat :D I love the plate!

Sorry!! And thank you! I still love Slayers immensely. I was going to get a River-based one for here in PA, but the fees are so high now that I’ve not done it.

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Hey do you live in AZ??

I did for four years. Now I live in Pennsylvania. That was my AZ plate until I moved here.

goddessdel:

Fandom: Doctor Who

Pairing: River/Eleven

Rated: E

Words: 2,987

Chapter Summary:

The next lecture he sits in on, the Doctor puts his hands behind his head, sprawls out, and simply glories in River.

Finally got around to hanging the Doctor Who prints I recently got. I invested in a mat cutter because I was so tired of waiting to find the perfect frames for these. I stumbled across the Bramley prints during SPX and may have fangirled all over them.

The new prints are:

Top photo, upper left - "Riverdance" by Lissa Treiman

Bottom left photo, bottom image - "Physician Heal Thyself" by Michael Vincent Bramley

Bottom right photo, right image - "Revelations of the Doctor" by Michael Vincent Bramley

Next up, I need some Namesake prints framed. I have some ideas on what I want to do with them. 

Maybe I’ll actually get my office clean before Sarah gets here next week.

savvyliterate:

In which I get to gush over “The Caretaker” and the River Song callbacks in the episode. I adore Gareth Roberts’ episodes.

savvyliterate:

Rating: K

Pairings: Eleven/River, Twelve/River, Clara/Danny

Characters: Twelve, Clara, Danny, River, Eleven

Note: It took me ages to find my inner voice for the 12th Doctor. It came last week during “Time Heist.” But after all the River callbacks in “The Caretaker,” I wanted to depart from otters and a “Time Heist” alternate take for a bit and see what would have happened if the Doctor really had taken Clara and Danny to the one of the Frost Fairs. This contains spoilers for “The Caretaker.”

The title comes from an inscription engraved in the pedestrian tunnel under London’s Southwark Bridge.

Summary: Ignoring Danny, Clara rushed out of the TARDIS and into the snow. Carefully, she crept up the hill and found herself overlooking one of the bridges spanning the Thames. A man and a woman danced around the ice, arms wrapped around at each other. Her eyes narrowed. Was that Stevie Wonder sitting at a piano?

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I’m crying! If I see you Thursday, no hugs for you, Megs!! ;)

You’ll hug me, and you know it. <3

Rating: K

Pairings: Eleven/River, Twelve/River, Clara/Danny

Characters: Twelve, Clara, Danny, River, Eleven

Note: It took me ages to find my inner voice for the 12th Doctor. It came last week during “Time Heist.” But after all the River callbacks in “The Caretaker,” I wanted to depart from otters and a “Time Heist” alternate take for a bit and see what would have happened if the Doctor really had taken Clara and Danny to the one of the Frost Fairs. This contains spoilers for “The Caretaker.”

The title comes from an inscription engraved in the pedestrian tunnel under London’s Southwark Bridge.

Summary: Ignoring Danny, Clara rushed out of the TARDIS and into the snow. Carefully, she crept up the hill and found herself overlooking one of the bridges spanning the Thames. A man and a woman danced around the ice, arms wrapped around at each other. Her eyes narrowed. Was that Stevie Wonder sitting at a piano?

In which I get to gush over “The Caretaker” and the River Song callbacks in the episode. I adore Gareth Roberts’ episodes.

joscribbles:

"I lived among otters once for a month. Well, I sulked - River and I, we had this big fight —" [x]

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