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LETHBRIDGE-STEWART SERIES FIVE ANNOUNCED

LETHBRIDGE-STEWART SERIES FIVE ANNOUNCED

Candy Jar Books is pleased to announce the latest titles in its Lethbridge-Stewart range of novels are now available for pre-order! Series five opens with The New Unusual by first-time novelist, Adrian Sherlock, who wrote the short story, The Playing Dead, in 2016. It is followed by A Very Private Haunting by Sharon Bidwell, who is no stranger to wrting novels, with quite a CV behind her, including the Lethbridge-Stewart short story, The Wishing Bazaar in 2016. The series is…

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New From Telos Publishing This November!

New From Telos Publishing This November!

Telos Publishing is pleased to announce that this November they will be publishing the official Tie-In Novelisation to the new Doctor Who Spin-off Drama WHITE WITCH OF DEVIL’S END, being released on DVD by Koch Media. The original Drama follows events in the life of Olive Hawthorne, the White Witch of Devil’s End from the 1971 Doctor Who adventure ‘The Daemons’. Six authors have supplied the tales, and they are being presented by Telos in two different paperback editions: First…

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Russell T Davies reveals a certain Doctor Who character isn’t dead after all

Russell T Davies reveals a certain Doctor Who character isn’t dead after all

Nearly 10 years ago, the Daleks staged their biggest invasion of earth in recent Doctor Who history, with the Doctor teaming up with all his companions to help save the universe from Davros, Dalek Caan and a whole Dalek Empire – but in the course of the adventure there was a significant tragedy. For any who can’t remember the series 4 finale The Stolen Earth/Journey’s End, after the Earth and 26 other planets are moved in space, a mass Dalek…

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Russell T Davies hid secret references to Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor in his new Doctor Who book before she was even revealed

Russell T Davies hid secret references to Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor in his new Doctor Who book before she was even revealed

When Jodie Whittaker was revealed as the incoming Thirteenth Doctor over the summer Doctor Who fans were gobsmacked, with many surprised that the BBC had been brave enough to cast the first female incarnation of the Time Lord and manage keep the whole thing secret for so long. However, there was one mega-fan who wasn’t quite so shocked about the announcement – former series boss Russell T Davies, who revived and ran the sci-fi series from 2005 to 2010 and…

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Russell T Davies and James Goss in conversation

Russell T Davies and James Goss in conversation

Wednesday 13th September 2017 7pm – 8pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Signing, Chargeable Event What does ‘Dalek’ rhyme with? How do you draw the curtain at the end of the universe? Join us for an adventure in rhyme and space with former Doctor Who writer and executive producer Russell T Davies and author James Goss, as we celebrate the release of the first book of Time Lord verse Now We Are Six Hundred. Russell and James have a lifelong love of…

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LETHBRIDGE-STEWART BRAND NEW FREE SHORT STORY NEWS ROUND-UP

LETHBRIDGE-STEWART BRAND NEW FREE SHORT STORY NEWS ROUND-UP

  Candy Jar Books is pleased to announce its latest free pdf-only short story, The Cruel Oil by Harry Draper. This can be downloaded from the Candy Jar website. Range Editor Andy Frankham-Allen introduces the story: “The Cruel Oil is a result of our recent short story open submission window. It was a simple but intruiging pitch; When disaster occurs at a North Sea platform, and dead bodies preserved in tar from the spillage begin to disappear from their morgues,…

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COMING IN 2018: DOUGLAS ADAMS’ ‘DOCTOR WHO AND THE KRIKKITMEN’!

COMING IN 2018: DOUGLAS ADAMS’ ‘DOCTOR WHO AND THE KRIKKITMEN’!

Next year sees the publication of Doctor Who And The Krikkitmen, a long-lost story featuring the Fourth Doctor and Romana from the iconic writer Douglas Adams. Doctor Who And The Krikkitmen is a novel based on a recently discovered treatment and extensive notes found in the Douglas Adams archive in Cambridge. The novelisation comes from Doctor Who author, James Goss (City of Death, The Pirate Planet). A truly ‘lost’ adventure and with legendary status among fans, this is a work by The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the…

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COMING SOON! THE BOOK OF WHONIVERSAL RECORDS

COMING SOON! THE BOOK OF WHONIVERSAL RECORDS

Later this month sees the release of a fact-packed, fully illustrated celebration of the best, biggest and most impossible moments from the world of Doctor Who. The Book of Whoniversal Records by Doctor Who author Simon Guerrier is available from September 28, 2017. Check out the details and cover art below. The Book of Whoniversal Records This is a celebration of the greatest – and strangest – achievements from the brilliant, impossible world of Doctor Who. Bursting with firsts and bests both human…

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GET YOUR QUESTIONS TO FORMER DOCTOR WHO SHOWRUNNER IN NEW PODCAST

GET YOUR QUESTIONS TO FORMER DOCTOR WHO SHOWRUNNER IN NEW PODCAST

Coming later this month is Now We Are Six Hundred, a collection of Time Lord verse from Doctor Who author James Goss with illustrations from former showrunner Russell T Davies. The book is a gentle collection of charming, funny and whimsical poems that celebrate the joys sorrows and wonders of Time Lord life. It is available from September 14, 2017. Now We Are Six Hundred Podcast BBC Books are celebrating the publication by launching a special podcast on National Poetry Day, September 28, 2017….

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Former showrunner in ‘conversation’ for Doctor Who book release

Former showrunner in ‘conversation’ for Doctor Who book release

Next month sees the release of the new Doctor Who book of Time Lord verse, Now We Are Six Hundred from former showrunner Russell T Davies and author James Goss. To celebrate the release of the book, Russell and James will be attending a special event in London – for full info click here. The pair have a lifelong love of Doctor Who – Russell revived the series in 2005, and James has adapted the work of Douglas Adams. They’ve…

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