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Things I’ve written

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Mirror, Signal, Manoeuvre        10DoctorTales  chaos       Warship   IncentiveCover  Mirror  InTimeAudio The Terra Nostra

Short fiction

Life of Surprises coverLife During Wartime MissyChronicles     In Time    IAmTheMaster   The Daily Doctor 


Drabble Who


  1. wow – youve just leapt to super star status in my estimation!!

    Comment by Jon Sandles — December 2, 2010 @ 2:13 pm | Reply

  2. […] good fortune to get into the Doctor Who and Torchwood studios in Cardiff as part of my work writing novels and audios. But that sort of thing is still rare, and visitors have to sign confidentiality agreements. The […]

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  3. […] friend and former colleague, Peter Anghelides, is a rather good writer. In particular, he’s written a number of books and audio plays set in the Dr Who, Sarah Jane Smith, Torchwood and Blake’s 7 […]

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  4. […] If you enjoy it, feel free to add a review at that Amazon site. And perhaps consider purchasing one of my officially licensed books. […]

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  5. […] IBM – certainly since primary school, and then in fanzines at school and university. I’ve been professionally published since 1996 (a mere 21 years) –  so a private joke was to call my first Torchwood novel Another […]

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