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REVIEW: Jackaby by William Ritter

I stumbled on Jackaby at a book signing that I was doing in Winchester, Va. A placard described it as Doctor Who meets Sherlock Holmes. Being a fan of both Doctor Who and the Sherlock, I was intrigued. 446 more words

The Master of Classic Who

I think this was a very early attempt at a multi layerd edit… i think I may well have to revisit this tribute to the Masters of classic Who, and adding Geoffrey Beevers Master.

TV Review: Torchwood - Series 2

Everything that I loved about the first series of Torchwood just got even better in the second series. Admittedly adding James Marsden in as an antagonist works for quite a lot of things (check him out in… 664 more words


The Doctor Will See You Now...

If it’s Tuesday, it must be… NEW BEASTIE DAY!

And, nearly halfway into February, we’re finally meeting the last of the pre-Christmas Beasties. Let’s have a monster welcome for… Doctor Who Beastie! 279 more words


Strange Stories & The X-Files


Hey there, Strangers!

So I’m just waiting on my paperback cover for The Increasingly Transparent Girl to come back, then I’ll be gearing up to release. 552 more words


He Always Managed to Evade Me (A Happy Ending)

Much has been written about the Doctor’s granddaughter, Susan Foreman, a character who seems increasingly perplexing as the series marches on. The original companion, she was written out in the second season, and while neither the character’s personality nor Carole Ann Ford’s performance are remembered with particular fondness, Susan’s biological relationship to the Doctor means that she holds a peculiar fixation for many fans (including those who only know her from Wikipedia). 2,746 more words

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Gallifrey 2016

In a few minutes I’m starting the first leg of my epic journey to Gallifrey One. It’s particularly epic this year as thanks to a major bridge being out for at least the next month, and a change in airport, it’s become rather more complicated. 309 more words

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