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» Friday, May 30, 2008
UPDATE ON TIMELINK: THE GUIDE TO DOCTOR WHO CONTINUITY
A couple of people have emailed us recently asking about the status on Timelink, the guide to Doctor Who continuity.
The current plan for Timelink is to publish some time in 2009. The main issue has been deciding just when to publish a guide to continuity given that there is, as well as regular seasons of Doctor Who, also Torchwood and Sarah Jane Adventures to consider. After discussions with Jon Preddle, the author, we've decided to take it up to the end of this current season of Doctor Who, and then to publish in 2009 during the 'gap' year for the series which hopefully will mean that it will stay current for slightly longer.
We apologise to everyone who pre-ordered the book and who are waiting patiently for it to arrive. As always, if anyone wants a refund, then please just drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get that organised for you.
Posted by David @ 6:57 pm
» Thursday, May 29, 2008
TELOS TOPS DWM POLL
The new issue of Panini's Doctor Who Magazine (number 396) reveals the results of their annual poll, and we're delighted that THE TARGET BOOK has won in the 'Other Doctor Who Books' category.
The detailed results are:
THE TARGET BOOK - 21.8%
DOCTOR WHO ENCYCLOPEDIA - 20.6%
DOCTOR WHO CREATURES AND DEMONS - 15.5%
DOCTOR WHO ANNUAL 2008 - 12.3%
DOCTOR WHO THE VISUAL DICTIONARY - 7.9%
Others - 36.6%
It's no mean feat to come top against titles published by the BBC themselves, especially considering the widespread distribution and immense sales that they enjoy, and we are really chuffed.
David J Howe, author of THE TARGET BOOK, said: 'That book was a real labour of love from beginning to end, and risky for Telos to publish as, being in full colour throughout, it was a lot more expensive than the normal titles. From all the feedback we have had, and now in winning this poll, it's great that readers appreciate our efforts and satisfying that nostaligia for those old novelisations is a shared love.'
Posted by David @ 10:18 am