silver_sun
01 September 2017 @ 07:55 pm
Fic: All Fall Down  
Title: All Fall Down
Characters: Eighth Doctor, Fitz Kreiner (from the 8th Doctor books)
Rating: teen
Warnings, spoilers: Non graphic mention of police/state controlled violence, injuries (also not graphic), spoilers for Eighth Doctor book Domino Effect.
Themes: hurt/comfort, romantic friendship (see note), sharing a bed,


Note. The Doctor and Fitz's relationship is complicated and this isn't exactly ship fic. They are very close, and I can probably best describe it as romantic friendship. They do love and care for each other, but they don't have a sexual relationship. Whether they will or not at any future point isn't the subject if the fic. I can see both possibilities.

Summary:

Fitz has got very good at dealing with things being painful and weird, he's travelled with the Doctor for years after all. Sometimes though, despite how self-reliant he considers himself, things can sometimes happen that are too much.

Set immediately after Eighth Doctor novel, Domino Effect.

Can be found here on AO3
https://archiveofourown.org/works/11968173


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silver_sun
26 August 2017 @ 11:54 pm
Fic: Fractal Time and Temporal Vertigo.  
Title Fractal Time and Temporal Vertigo.
Characters/Pairings: Eighth Doctor/Fitz Kreiner (Companion from the Eighth Doctor Novel series)
Rating: PG
Word Count: 1000
Warnings/Advisories/Spoilers: Time War, slight reference to Adventuress of Henrietta Street and Camera Obscura 8th Doctor novels - but no knowledge of them is necessary to understand the fic.
Theme/genre: Angst, emotional hurt/comfort (although it's not exactly big on the comfort.)

Summary:

In the final days of the Last Great Time War time is fracturing, timelines buckle and blur. The Doctor tries his best to help.

Story can be found here on AO3

Time was fracturing. Had fractured. Would fracture. All futures and pasts were true and all were a lie at the very same moment.

It's disorientating. A bad case of temporal vertigo if ever he'd had one. The Doctor closes his eyes, the sense of falling through time, all of time, in all directions, all at once, making him giddy.