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It's been fun reccing this week! I hope you all have a wonderful season and enjoy whatever holidays you might celebrate!

Story: Double Dose
Author: rutsky
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 1268
Author's Summary: In which the Doctor is reminded that in-jokes can be annoying to the uninitiated and absolutely necessary to mental health for those who coin them.
Characters/Pairings: Amy Pond, Eleventh Doctor, Rory Williams
Warnings: None
Recced because: I was debating what to do about my last rec for the week and then I stumbled upon this story, which is just lovely, and a perfect fit because of the holidays. It manages to to address an aspect of Amy and Rory's timey-wimey lives in a way that is both humorous and bittersweet, and feels very real. The character details are spot-on, and it really hits the right emotional notes.  I'm not usually the biggest fan of Christmas fic, but I loved this--it's cute without being sappy, and just a really great little story overall. 

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Story: Washing Up
Author: honeynoir
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 725
Author's Summary: In which Brian asks and the Doctor answers... maybe.
Characters/Pairings: Brian Williams, Rory Williams, The Doctor (11th)
Warnings: None
Recced because: This is at once a sweet domestic moment and a very sharp character observation. The Pond family leads very strange lives, and this conversation between Brian and the Doctor, while Rory looks on, highlights that. Thoughts of absent friends, things that are hard to explain to your parents, and guilt that can't really be helped are all in play here, softened somewhat by the warmth of family and touches of gentle humor. It's short but very insightful, and the prose is spare and lovely.

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Story: Doro Theon
Author: Lyricwritesprose
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 1659
Author's Summary: The night after Fenric, Ace asks a question.
Characters/Pairings: Ace McShane, The Doctor (7th)
Warnings: None
Recced because: This is a lovely coda after the somewhat abrupt end of "The Curse of Fenric." It's sweet in a quiet, subtle way that makes sense for the characters, neither of whom are terribly touchy-feely, and despite its short length it is very thoughtful. It's also really keen observation of the characters, and a little bit of a celebration of the things to love about Ace. And the end is unexpected and really perfect.

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Story: The Waiting is the Hardest Part
Author: scarlettgirl
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 1181
Author's Summary: Rory and Martha are trapped. It's not nearly as much fun as you'd think.
Characters/Pairings: Martha Jones, Rory Williams, The Doctor (11th)
Warnings: None
Recced because: Era crossovers are always neat, and Rory and Martha have so much in common both professionally and in terms of their personalities that it's a lot of fun to see them interact. Scarlettgirl does a great job with the voices and the little details that really sell the story--Rory is very kind but also worried and a bit sarcastic and Martha always tries to stay reassuring and calm under pressure. The story hits all the right notes of professionalism, as Rory and Martha are sort of accidental field medics at a school they are protecting, and they do a wonderful job. Also? It's really funny.

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And now, as promised, for something completely different!

Story: dreamings of meetings
Author: aces
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 4133
Author's Summary: Hex, in “The Settling”: I thought I saw lemon trees in the library…or maybe I dreamt them.
Characters/Pairings: Ace McShane, Hex Schofield, The Doctor (7th), The TARDIS
Warnings: None
Recced because: It's hard to describe this story without spoiling it. I suppose I can say that Hex comes aboard the TARDIS, and clever scenes of his getting to know the ship and its inhabitants are alternated with vivid depictions of the mysterious dreams he begins to have. The imagery is gorgeous, the exploration of the TARDIS is lovely, and the atmosphere is wonderfully dreamy.

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Story: Second and Third Definitions
Author: pocketmouse
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 1932
Author's Summary: A little reinforcement never hurt anyone. [spoilers for Asylum of the Daleks]
Characters/Pairings: Amy Pond/Rory Williams
Warnings: None
Recced because: This is a sweet and in-character look at Amy and Rory and how they come back together in earnest after "Asylum of the Daleks." Pocketmouse has very deft character touches--you can feel both the lingering awkwardness from Amy and Rory's split and the undercurrent of warmth between them. The Ponds are notoriously bad at having serious conversations, and this feels quite like how they might start trying to improve. Plus, the end is just kind of adorable.

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Greetings, [livejournal.com profile] calufrax! I'm [livejournal.com profile] ladymercury_10 (Lady Mercury on the Teaspoon) and I will be your reccer this week. I mostly have Eleven-era recs for you, but I've tried to make sure there is a good range of different sorts of stories, and I do have some recs from other eras as well. Here we go!

Story: this song is the cross that I bear
Author: coffeesuperhero
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 4828
Author's Summary: It was the TARDIS that changed everything.
Characters/Pairings: Amy Pond, River Song, Rory Williams, The Doctor (11th), The TARDIS
Warnings: None.
Recced because: This is the River Song backstory that we really needed post-"Let's Kill Hitler" and haven't gotten from canon. It has family bonding--both with Amy and Rory and with the TARDIS, it dips into River's academic endeavors and her human-plus capabilities, and it gives weight to the other centers of gravity in her life besides the Doctor. The characterizations are all really great, and the scene with River and Rory is particularly lovely.

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This is my last rec of the week!  It's been fun sharing stories with you all, and I hope you have an awesome rest of the summer (or winter, for the readers down below)!

Story: Carbon, Earth, and Stardust
Author: Rutsky
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 2731
Author's Summary: She'd been to the stars and was now of the earth. Luke Smith waits for the world to start again.
Characters/Pairings: Clyde, Luke, Maria, Rani, Sarah Jane, the Eleventh Doctor
Warnings: None
Recced because: This is a lovely story coming in the wake of Elisabeth Sladen's real life death, examining how the parallel loss of Sarah Jane affects the characters who knew her. Rutsky handles it very carefully, respectfully, and gracefully, and it's very bittersweet--in reflecting on her loss, her friends and family also remember and celebrate her life.
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Story: each piece inextricably
Author: saywheeeee
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 2190
Author's Summary: The Doctor falls in love with Amy.
Characters/Pairings: Eleven/Amy
Warnings: None; author's summary warns for mild profanity and spoilers through "The Time of Angels."
Recced because: This is a really sweet and gorgeous story. It's formatted as a series of vignettes of Amy's adventures with the Doctor. Saywheeeee really manages to capture the magical, lighthearted atmosphere of early Season-5 Who. The best part is her prose: so lovely, spare, and lyrical. Here's an excerpt:

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Story: Freedom and Lies
Author: Lyricwritesprose
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 1255
Author's Summary: The Doctor says very disturbing things when he feels that he has to. An attempt to make an out-of-character idea in character.
Characters/Pairings: Rory, Eleven, a couple OCs
Warnings: None, but the author's note includes this disclaimer: Although there is no onscreen non-con, one OC is in a very abusive situation and there is definitely non-con in the back-story. Also, another OC is thoroughly humiliated.
Recced because: This is a really lovely observation of the ways the Doctor is terrifying and wonderful, not to be trifled with and yet fundamentally gentle and kind. It also deals with bringing hope to horrible situations. As usual, Lyricwritesprose hits all the right notes in the characterization.
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Story: Don't Wander Off
Author: eve11
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 839
Author's Summary: The TARDIS looks after her Doctor.
Characters/Pairings: Eleven, the TARDIS
Warnings: None
Recced because: This is a quick, cute story in which the Doctor and the TARDIS bicker adorably and try their best to look after each other.  The Doctor gets hit by poison darts, as he is wont to do in fanfiction, and the TARDIS, as usual, knows best.  It's not even a thousand words, but it feels like a complete story, complete with some nice world-building touches.  One of the strengths of this story is that it manages to show the depth of the relationship between the Doctor and his ship, while maintaining the strangeness of a sentient machine--they're at once an old married couple and a very alien pair.  All in all, it's really sweet.
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Apparently the vast majority of my favorites tab is Eleven-era fic, but I'll try to mix things up as far as different characters/pairings go.  To that end, today's second rec!

Story: The man who
Author: honeynoir
Rating: Adult
Word Count: 2893
Author's Summary: The Doctor winds up undercover as a teacher in Leadworth, and finds out a bit more about 18-year-old Mels's obsession than he wants.
Characters/Pairings: Eleven/River (Mels)
Warnings: None, but the author's note includes this disclaimer: Rating-wise, this belongs somewhere between Teen and Adult. There’s no smut, but they’re still teacher and student. Mels is 18.
Recced because: This is a very clever story in which the Doctor and Mels match wits and size each other up. Honeynoir does a great job of balancing the sexual tension, and the story is very witty and classy. Here's an excerpt:


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Happy Independence Day to those of you who celebrate!  And a very happy Wednesday to those who don't.  I missed yesterday, so I've got two recs for you today.  Here's the first:

Story: see that picture, that was me
Author: leiascully
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 1982
Author's Summary: Leadworth is dead boring without Rory.
Characters/Pairings: Amy/Rory
Warnings: None
Recced because: This is a really sweet story about Amy and Rory and the ways they complement each other, about growing up and being different, and about being who you are even when that breaks some of the unspoken rules. Amy climbs trees, Rory knits hideous jumpers, and they don't seem to fit in anywhere but with each other. According to the author's note, the story was inspired by the Dar Williams song "When I Was a Boy," and it captures a similar sense of nostalgia really well.
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Greetings, Calufrax readers!  I'm [livejournal.com profile] ladymercury_10, Lady Mercury on the Teaspoon, and I'll be your reccer for the week.

Story:  Circumnavigation
Author: SeungSeiRan
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 909
Author's Summary: Sometimes, he yearns for gravity. Rory-centric.
Characters/Pairings: Rory, Amy, mentions of Melody/River and the Eleventh Doctor
Warnings: none
Recced because: This is a lovely, lyrical, heartbreaking piece from Rory's point of view. The language is very stylized and can be a bit hard to follow at times, but it adds up to a really gorgeous fic and is well worth the effort. We don't get to see a lot of the fallout of A Good Man Goes to War in canon, so fic like this helps to fill in the emotional background of Series 6.

Here's an excerpt:


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Story: Balance of Power
Author: eve11
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 2451
Author's Summary: The Doctor has a plan to save a xenophobic society from itself. If only he could remember what it was.
Characters/Pairings: Eleven, Amy, Rory
Warnings: None

Recced because: The world-building in this story is great. Eve11 manages to set up a compelling backstory in very little space, and the inhabitants of the mysterious planet are very well fleshed-out. The characterization is perfect--she really captures Eleven's voice. If you like h/c, this is also a good story for that. (I should mention that although the story is marked as having nothing to warn for, it does involve non-graphic torture.)

Here's an excerpt:

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I was out of town and missed a few days, so I'll post two recs today.  Here's the first one:

Story: Not Quite
Author: Honeynoir
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 1039
Author's Summary: He reminds her of someone, but not exactly.
Characters/Pairings: River Song, Duplicate Tenth Doctor
Warnings: None

Recced because: This is a very creative story. I never thought to imagine these characters meeting, but Honeynoir makes it convincing and really lovely. She has a knack for finding the little details that make a description ring true. It has a follow-up piece here, which is equally great.

Here's an excerpt:

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Story: Eclipse
Author: etherati
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 1227
Author's Summary: All that is now, and all that is gone, and all that’s to come. Even imaginary friends have nightmares.
Characters/Pairings: Rose, Ten, Sarah Jane
Warnings: None

Recced because:  This is a really poignant look at the Doctor's guilt and pain, and at the ways his companions find him unreachable.  The writing is excellent--etherati is very good at finding the perfect details to make a sentence stand out, and the image of an eclipse makes for a very strong metaphor.  The story is wrenching, as it should be.

An excerpt:

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Hello again!  Here is your rec of the day:

Story: ceci n'est plus qu'un conte de fée
Author: leiascully
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 4085
Author's Summary: This is the story of two irresistible forces and an immovable universe.
Characters/Pairings: Eleven/River, Amy/Rory
Warnings: None

Recced because: This is a lovely follow-up to "The Wedding of River Song." The prose is lyrical, and it's a very gentle, graceful story. It doesn't hesitate to touch on sadness, but the emphasis is on redemption, family, and joy. The fairy-tale/mythology allusions work wonderfully.  Plus, bonus Donna. How can you not love it? 

Here's an excerpt for you:

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Hello!  I'm [livejournal.com profile] ladymercury_10 (Lady Mercury on the Teaspoon) and I'll be your reccer this week!  I'll mostly be reccing Eleven-era, but I've tried to make sure it's a good mix with some other-era and multi-era fic as well.  

Story: Songs of Innocence and Experience
Author: rosa_acicularis
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 2898
Author's Summary: Amy Pond is twenty years old when she wakes in the middle of the night and sees a strange woman standing in her garden.
Characters/Pairings: Amy Pond, Rory Williams, Rose Tyler
Warnings: None

Recced because: This is a lovely, bittersweet character piece where Amy and Rory meet Rose when all of them, in their respective timelines, have been left behind by the Doctor. Rose is searching for the Doctor across every world and time, and she happens to land in Amy's back garden during the two years after Prisoner Zero. The author does a wonderful job capturing all the characters and their voices.  It really feels like an era-crossover that could happen.
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 Story: And if I am a number, I am infinity + 1
Author: winterhill
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 1183
Author's Summary: There were sunflowers on the table in her room.
Characters/Pairings: Eleven, Amy
Warnings: None
Recced because: It's a lovely, poignant meditation on the relationship between the Doctor and Amy post- "Cold Blood" and "Vincent and the Doctor." Amy and the Doctor have seen a lot of loss, and winterhill acknowledges this is a subtle, elegant vignette. Moody, gorgeous, and definitely worth a read.
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Story: Incubus
Author: saywheeeee
Rating: Adult
Word Count: 5092
Author's Summary: Something terrible is trapped in the TARDIS with Amy, and the Doctor is powerless to stop it. Warnings: adult themes, very dark.
Characters/Pairings: Eleven, Amy
Warnings: Non-con, explicit violence
Recced because: This is a gripping story that gets the voices just right.  You can't go wrong with saywheeeee, and here she proves that she is just as good at dark intensity as she is at gorgeous prose and romance.  Plotty and well-crafted, this story is impressively thought-out.  There's a lot for h/c lovers to like, as well.  I won't give any spoilers, but I will say that the ending couldn't be any more perfect than it is.  



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 Story: The Wind's Will
Author: eve11
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 1062
Author's summary: On Kurhan, the Doctor learns that neither he nor Martha are very good skaters.
Characters: Ten, Martha
Warnings: None

Recced because: I'm a sucker for post-"42" fics, and this is a very quiet, gentle coda to that episode.  Eve11's deft writing makes this a very sweet moment between Martha and Ten while highlighting the gap between them.  Here's an excerpt:

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 Story: Stories We Tell Our Children
Author: Calapine
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 3416
Author's summary: Tell stories; be kind; remember. A response to The Big Bang.
Characters: Eleven, River Song, Amy Pond, Rory Williams
Warnings: Spoilers for S5

Recced because: This captures the spirit of S5 perfectly.  It's gorgeously written and really touching.  It's almost enough to bring you to tears.  I'll leave you with an excerpt:

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 Story: Donna's Choice
Author: elisi
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 2443
Author's Summary: Eleven visits Donna. (A fix-it that's not a 'fix-it'. No spoilers for S5.)
Characters/Pairings: Eleven, Donna
Warnings: none

Recced because: What happened to Donna always bothered me.  Elisi has redeemed it in a way that's both believable and a nice fit with canon.  The story gives a good contrast between Ten and Eleven and their natures, although Ten is not actually present.  Plus, the ending is perfectly bittersweet.  
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 Good morning, Calufrax!  I'm [livejournal.com profile] ladymercury_10 , and I'll be your reccer this week!  To start off, here's one of my absolute favorite Eleven-era stories.  

Story: Here shall John always stumble; there shall Jane's heart always break
Author: Levendis
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 1974
Author's Summary: It's a January-December sort of thing.
Characters/Pairings: Eleven/Amy
Warnings: none

Recced because: This story is also posted on LJ, where a lot of people have commented that it's the only Eleven/Amy they can believe.  I absolutely agree.  It's convincing, heartbreaking, and gorgeously, lyrically written.  Sensual, tasteful, and very in-tune with the characters.  I find myself returning to it again and again.  
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Hello, lovelies!  I'm here with the last rec of the week.  I really can't believe nobody's recced this yet!

Story:
Twelve Years in Twelve Days
Author: Siani
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 18,439
Author's Summary: Twelve days from twelve years of waiting, or, What Amelia Pond did for Five Minutes.
Characters/Pairings: Amy/Rory, Eleven
Warnings: none

Recced because: This is an absolutely darling exploration of what Amy got up to for those twelve years while she was waiting for the Doctor.  Each chapter focuses on a day in one of the twelve years after he fixed the crack in her wall.  It's a bit long, but it's really worth whatever time it takes you to read it.  It is perfectly in-character throughout, and each story is completely plausible.  And it's lovely.  It really delves into the characters and gives them a backstory you can't help but want to believe.  You may find some additions to your 'personal canon' here.  Keep an eye out for the way she works in the legend of Janet and Tam Lin--it makes a wonderful addition.  This is really one of the best Eleventh Doctor fics I've read.  
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Story: Lovely Branches
Author: Kaydee Falls
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 4995
Author's Summary: A fairytale about Amelia Pond and the big Bad Wolf.
Characters/Pairings: Amy, Rose, Rory, Eleven
Warnings: none

Recced because: This is a lovely story that picks up on the fairytale elements of Season 5 and runs with them.  I'm not a big fan of the "Rose comes back" genre, but this is handled really carefully, and the first few sections in particular (with young Amelia) are fabulous.  The characterizations are all good, and it's a bittersweet, low-key adventure that spans Amy's life as we know it.  Keep an eye out for the Beast Below scene--what Amy sees on the screen makes a lot of sense as an addition to canon.

Here's an excerpt:

There is a crack in Amelia's wall, and it leads to another world.

Amelia knows these things. She's read all the proper stories to prepare herself, of course. She considered the possibility of Narnia at first, then dismissed that as fanciful. Even with witches and endless winters, Narnia was a land of marvelous things, fauns and Father Christmas and wonder. The crack in her wall is nothing like that. There's something there, something dark and terrible and frightening. Amelia doesn't want to find out where it goes.
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Story: Closer to Fine
Author: Etherati
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 2105
Author's Summary: The Doctor is very good at pretending that he’s fine, but he’s running on fumes, and hiding in the shadows is no way to replenish your light. Ten, Martha, Post-42.
Characters/Pairings: Ten, Martha
Warnings: None

Recced because: "42" was a really intense episode, and we never really get to see the aftermath of it.  "Closer to Fine" provides a lovely coda.  The author manages to convey Ten's lingering fear and Martha's bravery while steering clear of excessive angst.  The tone manages to be thoughtful and lighthearted at the same time, and the characterizations are spot-on.  Plus, the marshmallow scene is simply splendid. 
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Story: Mad Nursing Skillz
Author: Sahiya
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 3743
Author's Summary: In which the Doctor has a very bad day, Rory gets to do what he does best, and Amy kicks things. Well, people. Well, one person, specifically.
Characters/Pairings: Eleven, Amy/Rory
Warnings: None

Recced because: Oh, I'm so excited that I get to rec this!  This story is very grounded, and the characters are all very much themselves.  The author's summary pretty much tells you everything you need to know, except it's so much better than it sounds.  It's categorized as hurt/comfort, and while there is plenty of that it is handled excellently, so that it neither overwhelms the story and becomes gratuitous nor fades into the background.  Sahiya really captures the quietly sweet dynamic of the friendship of Amy, Rory, and the Doctor.  In short, quite a lovely story.
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Story: Jokes I May Have Misremembered
Author: Fahye
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 1682
Author's Summary: He travels and travels until the jetlag would have killed anyone else, until he can feel the time sickness shredding his sanity, and then he aims himself at the last clue he’s got and pulls back on the throttle.
Characters/Pairings: Jack Harkness
Warnings: None

Recced because: I've never seen an episode of Torchwood, but this story still grabbed me right away.  It's a wonderful character study, literary and moody, and it has section breaks with titles taken from McSweeney's lists!  What more could you ask for?

An excerpt:

The faint outline of the TARDIS is still in the air when Jack starts running through reactions in his head, trying each one on for size and then discarding it. He wonders if crying would help; decides that it wouldn’t. He wonders if praying is viable; decides that he probably hasn’t racked up enough good karma yet for it to be worthwhile, considering his former occupation, and anyway, he’s an atheist, and now he’s babbling away on the inside of his head because he can’t hear anything but the hiss of air filters and the raggedness of his own breath and he is very, very alone.

Jack, after some further consideration, decides to start with anger.
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Hello, again!  I must confess that the majority of what I have to rec for you this week is Eleventh Doctor-era, but I will try my best to make sure there are a variety of characters/pairings.  And I promise I have some different-era stuff for later in the week.  On that note....

Story: keep her lustrous eyes
Author: saywheeeee
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 1684
Author's Summary: Amy Pond is drowning.
Characters/Pairings: Eleven/Amy
Warnings: none

Recced because: This is an incredibly well-crafted story.  It's lyrical, heartbreaking, and it keeps you on the edge of your seat.  It switches back and forth between Amy and the Doctor's perspectives, but the imagery provides a visual motif that ties it all together really elegantly.  Maybe it's a bit English-major-y to say that, but that really is how well this piece works.

No excerpt today--click the link and read for yourself! And don't forget to leave a review if you like what you see. :)
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Hello, Calufrax!  I'm [livejournal.com profile] ladymercury_10 and I will be your reccer this week, which is exciting since I've never done this before.  Today we have some post-"Cold Blood" introspection courtesy of honeynoir

Story: Comfort
Author: honeynoir
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 485
Author's Summary: He tries to gather his thoughts.
Characters/Pairings:  Eleven, River, mentions of Amy and Rory
Warnings: Spoilers for "Cold Blood" and other bits of season 5. Also spoilers for "Forest of the Dead".

Recced because: The characterization is excellent.  It's a convincing, subtle portrayal of the Doctor grieving and dealing with his feelings of guilt over the people he's lost.  It's poignant without being angsty, beautifully written, graceful, and concise.  (Can you tell it's really one of my favorites?)

And now I will leave you with an excerpt:

He tries to be normal, but it’s exhausting enough to do it all the time with Amy, and he doesn’t really apply himself. His face falls and he doesn’t even try to hide it. It was comfort he wanted, wasn’t it?

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