This is Classic Doctor Who meets Call of Cthulhu, the third of a series of connected adventures set in different eras and locations that started with The Terror Out of Time and The Ninth Planet.
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To see the full list see here. It's updated as more people volunteer, and as more completed stories are sent in.
The editor is hoping to complete work on the next two books by March 2013 and so is looking for articles to be finished by January 2013 or soon after. If you finish an article for one of the books you may be invited to write an article for the other one. I've already sent a piece in about Enlightenment (1983) and am now finishing off a piece on The Girl Who Waited (2011).
Detailed instructions and guidelines for contributors are provided, along with a template Word file which you can use to quickly lay out your article as it would appear in the book. Articles of around 450 or 1000 words are preferred, fitting nicely into 1 or 2 pages.
It takes surprisingly little time I'm finding to rattle off 450 words. Even my latest 988 word piece on The Girl Who Waited didn't take that long If you did have time it would be great because it sounds like you have a really good story to tell.Mr. Handy wrote:That is wonderful! I have a story I could tell about Planet of Fire's significance to me. I saw a screening of it at a Doctor Who convention (my first convention ever) I went to with my dad, before it actually aired on TV in America. It's still available, but I don't know if I'll have time to write an essay on it.
Yes. I haven't seen the film yet, but he's the best thing in the trailers for me If I remember correctly he was on the short list for playing old Bilbo in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, so Peter Jackson clearly remembered him.Mr. Handy wrote:I just saw The Hobbit today and was pleasantly surprised to see that Sylvester McCoy was in it! I recgonized him when he appeared and confirmed it was him when I saw the credits at the end. He was great!
Thought I'd pop in and say "hi".
I'll be taking over Leonek, since his last player went MIA.
I've never done pbp before, so stop me if I go too fast.
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