Love Doctor Who, but want to display your love in a subtle, classy way?… >> Read more
Doctor Who day!
I confess I didn’t dress up. Unless you count my long, fuzzy, red-white-and-black striped scarf, but I wear that all the time, so as far as I’m concerned it doesn’t count as a costume. (Your opinion may differ.)The crowd growing at the Millennium Centre.
I was disappointed to see that not many other people dressed up either.… >> Read more
Thumbs up for Doctor Who: The Clockwise Man by Justin Richards. Science fiction.
I found a stack of these DW novels in an Oxfam in London and snagged them faster than you could say “TARDIS.” To be honest, my expectations as to their quality were lower than dirt. But I was pleasantly surprised. The writing was tolerable, there were some interesting dashes of history, likable supporting characters, and (saving grace) I could actually imagine the Ninth Doctor and Rose saying their lines.… >> Read more
Well…wait a sec.
It seems likely that if you’re reading this, you are a friend or relative of mine. But maybe you’re just a passing acquaintance who went all googly-eyed when you learned that I was going to either, generally, England and Wales, or, specifically, the Doctor Who Convention. Hi there.
(Yes, knowing that I’m going to be in the same room as Stephen Moffat makes me feel googly-eyed too.… >> Read more
Thumbs up for for Doctor Who: The Writer’s Tale – The Final Chapter by Russell T. Davies and Benjamin Cook. Nonfiction/writing.
A warning. Two things are necessary for you to read this book. You must be a) a serious Doctor Who fan (by which I mean your ringtone was composed by Murray Gold, and you know who that is); and also you must be b) deeply interested in writing and/or TV production.… >> Read more