I had a read of The Missy Chronicles, and was glad I did. Six intriguing stories covering Missy’s incarnation from six very different authors (James Goss, Jacqueline Rayner, Cavan Scott, Paul Magrs, Peter Anghelides and Richard Dinnick). I had slightly more to say on Starburst: DOCTOR WHO: THE MISSY CHRONICLES. /// Message Ends \\\
Obverse Books has announced a second collection of Doctor Who material in aid of writer Tommy Donbavand, called A Second Target for Tommy. As I don’t personally know Tommy, I’ll give the official press release:
Free from the DWAS website is the Celestial Toyroom 2018 and it focusses very much on Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor era. The same page also has a link for the 2017 annual. What are you waiting for? Go download now! !!! Message Ends !!!
DWAS members can look forward to a big does of Ice Warrior goodness when they get Celestial Toyroom 478. I really like the cover, and the contents list is rather splendid:
Here’s another unofficial Doctor Who project (the clue’s in the title): The unofficial 1972 Doctor Who Annual. The link is to the FaceBook page and I really like the groovy (do people still say that?) cover and the strap-line: ‘Somewhere in the multiverse, its always 1972’
If you’re waiting for The Temporal Logbook Volume II (in which I wrote the Fifth Doctor story;-), why not pick up the eBook of the first Temporal Logbook, now available in this format since December 14, 2017? It’s all for charity, as is volume II, due to be published this spring. +++ Message Ends +++
I was lucky enough to be given a copy (somewhat battered) of The Dalek World for Christmas. If you get a chance, it’s worth a read. It came out in 1965 and was written by Terry Nation and David Whitaker. It gives a strong sense of the vision for the Daleks very early in their history,…