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Chalk: proving nostalgia isn't always comforting

Andrew Waggoner is one of the favourite victims of five brutal boys at school. When their hazing becomes torture one Hallowe’en, Waggoner’s pain and outrage opens the door to ancient forces that promise him revenge. 732 more words

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The Notion of Canon in Fiction, Part 2: Doctor Who

This is Part 2 of a three-part series of articles examining the perception and significance of canon in fictional media. Click here to read Part 1, which discusses  2,140 more words

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GUEST POST - Doctor Who and the Soft Reboot

by Z.P. Moo

It’s an exciting time to be a Doctor Who fan at the moment. We sit on the brink of a new era for the first time since the 2005 relaunch. 2,801 more words

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[Free eBook] The Witches of Lychford by Paul Cornell [Fantasy]

The Witches of Lychford by Paul Cornell is the 1st novella in the Lychford series of contemporary rural fantasy, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Tor Books’ Tor.com. 299 more words

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Bite-size Books: A Long Day in Lychford

Things aren’t the same in Lychford since That There Vote (no, not the one about the supermarket). There are new divisions between friends, neighbours and witches. 773 more words

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Chalk by Paul Cornell


Andrew Waggoner has always hung around with his fellow losers at school, desperately hoping each day that the school bullies — led by Drake — will pass him by in search of other prey. 611 more words

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The Lost Child of Lychford: the Christmas we deserve

‘Tis the season in Lychford: Autumn is feeling more single than ever, Judith is almost used to the idea that she might have friends, and Lizzie’s struggling to keep her Christmas spirit in the face of Greg Lake, a Christmas Eve wedding and ghostly visits from a scared young boy… 795 more words

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