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AUG 19/13: THE BEST OF TDWP 1999-2012
Coming Soon from the Publishers of The Doctor Who Project

THE BEST OF THE DOCTOR WHO PROJECT 1999-2012

What if Doctor Who hadn’t been cancelled in 1989? What if the Seventh Doctor hadn’t regenerated into the Eighth Doctor in 1996? What would ‘we’ do if we produced the series?

These were the three questions that established the foundations for The Doctor Who Project.

Since 1999, The Doctor Who Project has been publishing original fiction featuring an alternate Doctor and his companions. Stories are published as part of an overall ‘season’ that concentrates on delivering a collection of short stories which sees the Doctor having exciting new adventures in time and space. From the projects humble beginnings The Doctor Who Project has grown into a list running to over 110 individual titles and enjoyed by readers from all over the globe.

This special collection brings together seven stories published between 1999-2012 as voted by the readers as examples of some of the best stories published by The Doctor Who Project.

This 330 page publication, published in perfect-bound format, features an exclusive color cover designed by Jon Wesley Huff and contains the following stories:

BLOSSOM CORE by Kyle Bastian
LEAVING THE RED by Tim Jones
FLAT PACK by Graham Bell
NEW BEGINNINGS by John-Gordon Swogger
NINE DAYS by Duncan Johnson
WHERE BEST FRIENDS ARE MADE by Arnold T. Blumberg
THE VAULT by Miles A. Reid-Lobotto

The collection also features a special introduction by long-time contributor John-Gordon Swogger and an exclusive afterword by respected writer/publisher Arnold T. Blumberg.

This special publication will be available to purchase directly from The Doctor Who Project.

A portion of the sale of each book will benefit the British Columbia SPCA.

For further details and information, please visit the TDWP Blog by clicking here
19 Aug 2013 by tdwp
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