So, I gave in and got myself a Tumblr. I'm donnaimmaculata there as well, because this is my preferred fannish identity on the Internets. Any of you available to be followed? I'm not sure if I will use the account actively, but I'd like to be able to look at pretty pictures. Oh, and if anyone has any tips as to tumblrs that one should follow, let me know.

Also, I wrote fic again. Doctor Who (because Ten is hot) and The Musketeers (because Aramis is hot). Yep, these are my fic-writing standards.

Title: the boy without a name was silent
Author: Donna Immaculata
Fandom: Doctor Who
Prompt: #14 - Author, in the Sanatorium, with an umbrella, in a mobile library
Rating: PG-13
Pairing: Jack/Tenth Doctor
Word count: 500
Spoilers/warnings: none
Summary: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Told in five drabbles of 100 words each.
Notes: Title taken from Michael Ende’s Neverending Story. Many thanks to L. for the beta!

the boy without a name was silent on [ profile] wintercompanion

Title: A Good Soldier
Author: Donna Immaculata
Fandom: The Musketeers
Rating: NC-17/Explicit
Pairing: Aramis/Tréville
Word count: 4448
Spoilers: for episode 4
Summary/Notes: Written as answer to deacertes' prompt: I have this idea that Aramis doesn't really know what to do with himself after laying Marsac to rest. He trudges around in the rain for hours before finding himself back in Treville's office staring at the bloodstains on the floor. Which is where Treville finds him... I like my Treville toppy and caring

The thing got bloody long, because they just wouldn't stop angsting. But I managed to make them do sex in the end.

A Good Soldier on AO3

And just to reiterate: This is the sole reason I'm writing in The Musketeers fandom at all:

The [ profile] wintercompanion exchange reveals are up, and I wrote a Ten/Jack fic for the hardworking, Jack-loving mod [ profile] trobadora

Title: Down Memory Lane
Author: [ profile] donnaimmaculata
Rating: NC-17
Pairing: Jack/Tenth Doctor
Warnings: blatant plot devices (aka “force field” and “disappeared TARDIS”)
Summary: Jack remembers exactly how he met the Doctor. Then, timey-wimeyness happens.
Notes: The plot, such as it is, references Heribert Illig’s phantom time hypothesis, which postulates that 300 years of history have been made up, and the Paderborn Epic. The Time Agents in this scenario appear to be the roundworld equivalent of the History Monks. Make of this what you will.
Many, many thanks to [ profile] fluffyllama for the beta and for – very appropriately – fixing my tenses!

Here on the wintercompanion comm.
And here on AO3
The Porn Battle is on over at Dreamwidth, and I went and wrote a pairing that I actively dislike. This is new. Until now, I've written pairings that I like, and I've written pairings that I was curious about and wanted to try out, and I've written pairings that I'm indifferent about, but never one that I abhor.

Title: I was made for loving you, baby
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: NC-17
Pairing: Doctor 10.2/Rose Tyler
Summary: Rose got what she wanted.
Word count: 2200
1. Written for the Porn Battle (The Ides of Porn) for the following prompts: Doctor 10.2/Rose Tyler, Forever, sleeping in, on her knees, fantasy, need, engagement ring
2. Despite the title and the prompts, this is not a happy tale. It's an attempt to explore the mindboggling dysfunctionality of that pairing through the medium of sex. Because - why not?

I was made for loving you, baby on AO3.

Now: do I sign up for this year's HP Beholder or not? It might give me the opportunity to write a sweet tale of underloved, underappreciated souls finding love. But knowing me, I would only end up writing a painful and awkward encounter between two unpleasant people who learn nothing from that experience.
So, The Time of the Doctor. Peter Capaldi is here, and thank fuck for that. I never got into Matt Smith's Doctor, and I can get into everything Peter Capaldi does. Perhaps he'll help me enjoy Doctor Who again.

But all I want right now is a fic where Ten regenerates and Spoiler ) because of vanity issues. He could do it when Martha was there, and there'd be much rejoicing on her part (because to Martha his looks did matter), or when Donna was there and she can't believe it ("You like this scrawny thing?") or when Jack was there, and he would mock the Doctor mercilessly, but then the Doctor would still get a shag out of it.
Thanks to my re-discovered lust for David Tennant, I actually wrote a Doctor Who fic, pinch-hitting for the [ profile] public_call exchange. It was fun, the story totally ran away with me, and I wrote almost 9000 words in bit more than two days. And all that just because David Tennant was so incredibly hot as the Doctor.

And because I had just finished reading The Three Musketeers when I wrote the fic, I made Ten and Martha go to 17h century Paris:

Title: Memento Mori
Author: Donna Immaculata
Recipient: subjunctive
Pairing: Tenth Doctor/Martha Jones
Rating: R/Mature
Word count: 8264
Warnings: none
Summary: The 17th century is less romantic than Martha thought.

Memento Mori
Since everybody's doing it, here's my fic round-up for 2009. I actually did manage to write three things. Fancy that!

Frozen, Poppy Pomfrey/Severus Snape, PG-13, written for HP Beholder 2009

The Full Circle, Doctor Who crossover, Remus Lupin/Tenth Doctor, rated R for some sexual contents and general emo-ness

Not the Model Boy of the Village, gen, Sirius-centric, R (for language), written for the Big Bang Blackout and based on Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer

The last one, I am rather pleased with, as I managed to create a Dumbledore who's so ambiguous that even I myself are not sure whether I can trust him or not. I found myself believing him, even though I knew I shouldn't, seeing as I wrote him and knew what he did last summer.
God, they really were milking it, weren't they? I'm obviously a Very Bad Fan, because in the scene with the Slytheen and Alphonso et al, I fully expected Graham Chapman to prance down the stairs and sing "It's Christmas in Heaven".

Rather more spoilerish bulletpoint thoughts: under the cut )

And because I can't get it out of my head and it's kinda fitting:

"There's great films on TV
There's Sound of Music
Twice an hour
And Jaws I, II and II"
Oh, look, I wrote fic.

Title: The Full Circle
Author: Donna Immaculata
Crossover: Harry Potter/Doctor Who
Rating: R for some sexual contents and general emo-ness
Pairing: Remus Lupin/Tenth Doctor
Word Count: 6,000
Summary: The Doctor wants to meet a werewolf and picks up a new companion.

The Full Circle )
And Mickey. Mickey was great, too.

So, I've just finished watching the finale of "Doctor Who".

It looks like Spoiler ) orgies are canon now, eh? As well as Spoiler ) You just know he writes porny fics in his spare time, only he calls them "memoirs". - Well, that's hardly a spoiler, is it?

But WTF was that all about the mad old woman in the Spoiler )
Seeing as a big part of my data (shows! films!) might be lost, I need something to cheer self up. Fortunately, I made some caps before my disk died, which I can now use to discuss a deeply disturbing fetish:

Anyone who's followed this LJ for a little while might have noticed that I use it primary to talk about my crushes on fictional characters. And apparently, in many instances what gets me crushing is period clothing. - Give the man a cravat and boots, and I'm his.

Case in point )
*crawls back from under a rock*

So, I finally watched the last six Torchwood episodes in a row, and while the series leaves me rather unimpressed, I quite like the notion of the TARDIS' shipping Doctor/Jack. Because - she donated some Vortex to make Jack immortal! She Ah, damn, spoiler )

But I was thinking - Jack has never yet seen Ten. (Even though he probably took a very close look at The Hand.) Ten will have some explaining to do, and, being the narcist that he is, he might use visuals to bring his point across. - And so did I. And wrote a ficlet which I illustrated with images from all over the Internet

Picture-heavy post ahead!

Title: A Time Lord's Family Album is a One-Man Affair
Author: Donna Immaculata
Paring: Jack Harkness/Tenth Doctor
Rating: PG-13 for language and innuendos
Summary: The Doctor has an embarrassing history. Jack takes a close look.
Disclaimer: Not my characters, not my actors, not my pictures.

A Time Lord's Family Album )
Hm. The reason why I hardly post anymore is that I just can't get back into the swing of HP and haven't found any adequate replacement fandom yet. I do watch Doctor Who and do moderately lust (after a short-lived period of passionate, fully-fledged I-want-to-shag-him-NOW lusting) after David Tennant, but I just can't take this show seriously enough to discuss it. I've tried. I read other people's posts but hardly ever comment, as my brain refuses to come up with any meta. I'm not passionate enough about Doctor Who to form an opinion on anything, really. Episode hate eludes me, because I find them all equally enjoyable, in a fun, 45-minutes kiddie telly sort of way. Doctor Who is like a superficial fling with a hot-yet-emotionally-and-intellectually-unfulfilling boy after having just come out of a long and meaningful relationship with a mature and interesting adult. Trust me, I would know.

Anyway. I might just mention that I miss the HP fandom and mourn the death of my deep love for it. All wankiness aside (which, BTW, is quite easy to avoid; I've managed to keep out of any wank for some three years or so), the HP fandom is fun. And it's delightfully kinky, which is something that is regretably missing from Doctor Who - or any other fandom I've been toying with in the last few years, for that matter. Tell me if I'm wrong, because I am willing to learn, but is there any other fandom which is so shameless and so filthy as HP? I mean, we pair everyone with everything, as long as it's got a pulse. Or not.*

So, Doctor Who has all these possibilities, what with alien creatures of all descriptions which could be the basis for seriously kinky and totally pervy alien sex, and the time travel which could be the basis for hawt Doctor/Julius Caesar, Doctor/Barbara Cartland, Doctor/Casanova, Doctor/Henry VIII, Doctor/Calamity Jane, Doctor/Xantippe, Doctor/Immanuel Kant, Doctor/homo erectus porn, but, sadly, isn't. Instead, we get Ten making tender love to Rose *sighs*

Love and monsters made me realise this sad fact anew, because the predominant reaction to Elton/spoiler ) seems to be "ew, creepy". Personally, I love it. And it says something about the quality of the much-promoted main pairing that I prefer Elton/spoiler to Ten/Rose. No competition.

On another pairing note: Jackie/Mickey is now canon, isn't it? Now that we witnessed her in her behaviour towards yummy young men whom she uses as handymen?

And finally: Does Ten dress Rose's hair? Is this what the swivel chair by the TARDIS console is there for? Because is not that easy to braid your hair into an elaborate do yourself, you know.

*Shamelessly stealing other people's lines. Yep, that's me.
Title: Pure New Pleasure Seeker
Author: Donna Immaculata
Pairing: Ten/Novice Hame
Rating: PG-13
Wordcount: 1570
Warnings: Do you warn for cross-species in Doctor Who?
Disclaimer: The characters mentioned in this fic are not mine.
A/N: The epilogue was written before the fic and doesn't match its tone at all. But I couldn't resist using that last sentence. Just consider it some added bonus crack.
Is it wrong that I wrote this with the cat purring in my lap?

Pure New Pleasure Seeker )
I wrote fic! It's short and it's silly, but it's a start. Now there's hoping I'll get back into the swing of writing.

Title: That's why they call me Mr Fahrenheit
Author: Donna Immaculata
Rating: PG-13 for innuendos
Words: 1850
Warnings: Cross-species, stolen puns, silliness and a hint of crack
Pairing: Ron/Ten (Doctor Who)
Disclaimer: None of the characters mentioned in this fic are mine. Hot!Ron belongs to Shocolate.
A/N: The premise requires some explanation: [ profile] shocolate claims that Ron's so hot he won't stay wet long as the water simply evaporates. We know that the tenth Doctor is so hot that he won't stay wet long, as proved in New Earth. They're the perfect match.

That's why they call me Mr Fahrenheit
Anyone listened to the "Tooth and Claw" commentary? David Tennant cracked me up:

(*paraphrases, as too lazy to find it again*)

DT: So when we were filming, the werewolf obviously wasn't there. There was this guy, Josh, standing in, in a skin-tight suit and with a stick on his head with a blue ball attached to it. That was our eye line, the ball. And Josh was wearing a skin-tight outfit - and I mean skin-tight - and he was - not to go too much into detail, um, he was intimidating all the men on set. He was... he was... a big boy.

*long pause*

DT: Did I say too much? Can we go back and... *voices, laughter*

Aw, David. It could be a rolled-up stocking, you know. You've done that.
I finally watched Doctor Who: The Christmas Invasion and would like to say something insightful, but I can't think of anything. I can think of a couple of shallow things to say, though:

What did they kill the hot Major Blake for? I mean, how pretty was he? He should have stuck around to be the contact person for Torchwood and flirt with Captain Jack as soon as the project kicks off. Bad RTD.

David Tennant. It's such a shame. I could really love him madly, and he just so happens to be pretty much my type, what with the dark eyes and pointy cheekbones and the healthy skinniness (I bet he's got delightful collarbones), and I really like the hair and the mouth - but his propensity to emphasise the mania by raising his eyebrows and opening his eyes wide grates on my nerves. Act more with your mouth, David.
I should be working, but fannish stuff is so much more fun. And since I've been catching up on Doctor Who *points to subject line* and have watched 12 episodes of the 2005 season in the course of the last three or four days, my head is full of Doctor Who impressions (I dreamt about it last night, I think).

I never saw any of the old Doctor Who series and have only learned about the existance of such a character a few years ago, when discussing the inside versus outside dimensions of the Weasleys' tent with a friend, as it reminded him of the TARDIS. My interest was peaked when I watched Queer as Folk UK, because I wanted to know what exactly it is that Vince finds so fascinating about Doctor Who. And I have felt very much like Vince the last three days, as watching Doctor Who was the last thing I did before turning off the lights at night.

Anyway, my impressions: Spoilers )



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