Star Crossed

Doctor Who fanfiction crossovers recs & more

Stargate (SG1) June 17, 2011

Title: A Jaffa, an archaeoogist and two Air Force officers walk into a library
Author: aces
Rating: All ages.
Word Count: 1289
Characters: Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond, Rory Williams, Daniel Jackson, Jack O’Neill, Teal’c, Sam Carter

A lovely bit of fun in which the two teams meet in a library, and there is world-threatening danger and the Doctor and Daniel bonding over bow ties, books and the promise of a visit to yet another library.


Title: T is for Time (Non-Encounters of the Deeply Weird Kind)
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 3223
Characters: Fourth Doctor, Leela, Eighth Doctor, Second Doctor, Jamie McCrimmon, Zoe Heriot, Sixth Doctor, Peri Brown, Third Doctor, Fifth Doctor, Tenth Doctor, Martha Jones, Seventh Doctor, Ninth Doctor, First Doctor, Ian Chesterton, Barbara Wright, Eleventh Doctor, Daniel Jackson, Sam Carter, Jack O’Neill, Teal’c, Vala Mal Doran.

Highly entertaining multi-era fic in which the team encounter all of the Doctors without ever realising it’s the same person.


Title: gate Travel
Author: Apple Cameron
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 127
Characters: The Doctor, his companion (any era you choose), the Star Gate

The Doctor, not overly impressed by the Gate.


Neverwhere November 23, 2010

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Title: Mind The Gap
Author: moonmonkey
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 60,992 (18 chapters)
Characters: Eighth Doctor, Fitz Kreiner, Anji Kapoor, Romana

Again, I don’t know the cross, but this is also simply a well-written fic tied into the EDAs.


Star Trek: Voyager November 8, 2010

Title: Five Times the Doctor Got in the Way of Captain Janeway (and One Time They Got Along Just Fine)
Author: vvj5
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 5526
Characters: Eleventh Doctor, First Doctor, Vicki, Third Doctor, Jo Grant, Ninth Doctor, Eighth Doctor, Charley Pollard, Kathryn Janeway, Chakotay, Tom Paris, Tuvok

A case of multi-era nonsense by me in which the Doctor and Janeway keep running into each other in the wrong order, so I’ll say no more.


Hornblower October 3, 2010

Filed under: Hornblower — lostspook @ 5:59 pm
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Title: Waxing Lyrical
Author: Suzanne
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 4362
Characters: Eighth Doctor, Lucie Miller, William Bush, Anna Bush (OC).

With note-perfect Eight and Lucie, a great historical setting, and creepy waxworks, how could this fail?


Sandman August 26, 2010

Filed under: Sandman — lostspook @ 6:52 pm
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Title: Heartbeats
Author: nonelvis
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 2492
Characters: Eighth Doctor, Delirium, Death

This is beautifully written, and so well done, that this is a whole-hearted rec for the fic, never mind the crossover (of which I know virtually nothing, sadly).


Hitch Hiker’s Guide July 26, 2010

Filed under: Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy — lostspook @ 9:05 am
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Title: Ode
Author: Kathryn Shadow
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 390
Characters: Eighth Doctor

The Doctor has a painful encounter with Vogon poetry…


Title: Does The Doctor Know Where His Towel Is
Author: AstroGirl
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 623
Characters: The Doctor, The Guide

An extract from the guide on the subject of Time Lord, towels and the Doctor, and just as amusing as something like that ought to be. Excellent!


Buffy & Angel July 12, 2010


Title: Infiltration
Author: Forge
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 12,868 (8 chapters)
Characters: Seventh Doctor, Ace, Faith Lehane, Rupert Giles, Willow Rosenberg, Kennedy, Buffy Summers, Vi, Xander Harris

Dark, and intriguing. WIP, but there’s enough here to make it worth recommending nonetheless. This author is consistently excellent.


Title: Brightening
Author: Kerr Avonson
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 200
Characters: Eighth Doctor, Buffy Summers

Brief vignette of the two in passing. Lovely.



Title: The Enemy Within
Author: mrtc2003
Rating: PG
Word Count: 1545
Characters: The Master (Ainley), Angel

This is an interesting, dark crossover that brings out the similarities and differences in both characters and works very well in looking at the gap in the Master’s story between Survival and the TV Movie. (There are a couple of basic punctuation slips in the dialogue, but the rest is well-written enough to make it easy to overlook.)