I enjoyed the charity fan fiction Seasons of War – Gallifrey and put together some thoughts for The Doctor Who Companion. The review is a bit picky about the writing rather than the story, this is not to suggest I didn’t enjoy the book. My review is: REVIEWED: SEASONS OF WAR – GALLIFREY. +++ Message Ends +++
If you’re interested in somewhere to write Doctor Who fan-fiction, the latest Divergent Wordsmiths project: The Genesis of Terror might be worth checking out.
Big Finish has at last announced the much anticipated Fourth Doctor Comic Strips. Available March 2019 there are two stories adapted by Alan Barnes from Pat Mills and Dave Gibbons stories as first published in what was then Doctor Who Weekly.
If you enjoyed Seasons of War, you might want to head to Altrix Books site and treat yourself to Seasons of War – Gallifrey. It’s available in physical or electronic format, with profits going to charity. *** Message Ends ***
As well as treating us to The Brigadier: Fifty Years of Lethbridge-Stewart, Candy Jar Books is also giving us a chance to buy a collection of eight short stories, with each book sold donating £1.50 to the Velindre Cancer Centre in Cardiff.
Just imagine – the Brigadier has now been part of Doctor Who for a massive fifty years! Thanks to Candy Jar Books the Brigadier’s anniversary is covered in depth in THE BRIGADIER: FIFTY YEARS OF LETHBRIDGE-STEWART. Full details on the website, but here’s a taster:
Over on the Candy Jar site there’s another freebie (we had several giveaways recently). This time it’s the Lethbridge Stewart story Piece of Mind by James Middleditch, set in Glastonbury where the Brigadier is on a retreat. You can get your copy here.