29 December 2010 @ 09:01 am
Title: Eddies and Streams
Author: [livejournal.com profile] sahiya
Characters/Rating: Jack/Eleven, Amelia, and a few special guest stars, PG
Word Count: 5000
Disclaimer: Not mine! They belong to the BBC.
Summary: If you picture time like a river, then like a river, there are places where it branches off. Tributaries, they’re called. And those tributaries have tributaries as well. Places where things changed.
Author's Notes: This is a sequel to The Rest of the Story, my “Eleven travels with little Amelia” AU. It’s not the sequel I intended to write, but it is the one that wanted to be written. It was written for the [livejournal.com profile] wintercompanion “timey wimey” challenge in the annual December challenge amnesty. Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] fuzzyboo03 for beta reading.

Eddies and Streams )
01 June 2010 @ 08:01 pm
Everything has its time, and time's now up for the Timey-Wimey Challenge!

You can find all of May's entries under the challenge: timey-wimey tag, or just click here.

New challenge coming up in a moment!
01 June 2010 @ 03:17 am
Title: Sand and Glass
Author: [livejournal.com profile] eltea
Challenge: Timey–Wimey
Rating: PG-13 (language)
Pairing: Jack/Ten
Spoilers/warnings: Spoilers for TW S1/Who S4
Summary: Something terrible has happened to the Doctor, and Jack’s only clue is that somewhere, a timeline has gone wrong and started drowning his world in nightmares from the past. He’s desperate to save the man and planet he loves so much, but things are getting worse by the minute, and his only allies are a Martha Jones who doesn't know who he is and a pair of psychic friends who seem to have as many secrets as Jack does.
Author’s Note: Hello! I’m new to the community. And I’m terrified about posting. But thanks for the amazing challenge prompt; I had a blast writing this and accordingly have not slept. :D

Even the shortest of trips in the TARDIS tended to be a bumpy ride, but all the same, she’d always seemed to favor her pilot – so when he and Martha kept their footing and the Doctor went down hard, Jack knew something was wrong even before alarms started shouting at them. )
Title: Eternal Return
Author: templeremus
Challenge: Timey-Wimey
Word Count: 1850
Rating: PG for angst, (canon) character death, and...do you need a warning for timeline manipulation?
Pairing: Jack/Doctor (various)
Spoilers/warnings: Specific spoilers for the reveal in 'Last of the Timelords', and hence for 'End of the World', 'New Earth' and 'Gridlock'. Also for 'Utopia', and a blink-and-you'll-miss-it reference to 'Children of Earth'.
Summary: Jack nears his end. But, as someone once said, the moment has been prepared for. Future fic, and not-future fic. Lots of Doctors.
The Face of Boe was dying.  )
Current Mood: sore
01 May 2010 @ 08:48 pm
The Doctor says it best: People assume that time is a straight progression of cause to effect but actually from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint it's actually more like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff.

And no one knows it better than the Doctor and Jack, the Time Lord and the former Time Agent.

Travelling to the future, to the past. Rifts in time and space, pulling you in or throwing things out. The future bleeding back into the past. Meeting people in the wrong order. Being in the same place, at the same time, several times over, trying to avoid bumping into yourself. Personal timelines that are anything but linear. How does a life like that work? How do two people who live like that interact with each other? How do they build a relationship? How does it look from the outside, for people who do live solely in linear time?

Or you could go a different way: Non-linear storytelling. Flashbacks, flashforwards. Storylines every bit as fragmented as the Doctor's timeline. Stories that form a full circle, where beginning and ending coincide. So many possibilities ...

Welcome to the Timey-Wimey Challenge!

As a gentle reminder, please don't crosspost stories for this challenge elsewhere until the challenge closes about one month from now. And don't forget - leave a comment in THIS post and tell us what you think the next challenge should be!