Dear mum and dad,
I hope this letter finds you well, if at all. I’ve done some research and I think the Rory and Amelia Williams I’ve found are the two of you. If not, then please disregard the rest of this letter.
In this package you’ll find the manuscript for my debut novel, A Melody Malone Mystery: The Angel’s Kiss. It’s dedicated to the two of you, so I hope you like it! Maybe you could even help me get it published ;)
The Doctor misses you, of course. Every time I see him, I can tell he’s on the verge of trying to visit you. He can’t though, if just because of how much it would hurt him. Your deaths are written in stone and there is nothing he can do to change that.
We didn’t get a chance to say goodbye to you, dad, so know that the Doctor and I miss you just as much as we miss mum. I promise I’m being good
mostly and I’m looking after the Doctor. I’m worried that he isn’t going to find someone new to travel with, but he’s trying. We are both trying.
Brian says hello! He was upset when we told him what had happened, but I think he’s accepted it now. He knows that the two of you are happy and together, and he knows you got to travel one last time with the Doctor.
Last time I saw you, I didn’t get a chance to tell you that I was out of prison and on to being a professor of archaeology. It seems the man I murdered never even existed. The Doctor and I have been celebrating, visiting Jim the Fish and Asgard and Darillium. I wish you could see the things we’ve seen, but then again, I wish I could see the things you’ve seen. But no matter how much time there is in the TARDIS, there isn’t enough to see everything, as you know.
Love from your daughter,
P.S. There is room for an afterword at the end of Melody Malone. I wondered if mum would be so kind as to write one, as the Doctor was so looking forward to hearing from her again. Thank you, and goodbye.
*eyes widen* Was that a Clara reference? I think it may have been. Also !!!.