The Doctors Revisited UK Schedule | Doctor Who TV. The schedule has been released for the broadcast of “The Doctors Revisited” in the UK. The first one airs Saturday, 12 October, at 2 p.m., to be followed immediately by “The … Continue reading →
J.K. Rowling’s pseudonymously published novel got rave reviews, but few sales. She apparently loved the freedom of publishing under a pen name, “Robert Galbraith,” but was “outed” by the Sunday Times of London.
Check out the story in the New York Times:
This Detective Novel’s Story Doesn’t Add Up – NYTimes.com.
Maybe those Doctor Who missing episodes rumors are true after all?. Doctor Who fans know that there are 106 episodes missing from the First & Second Doctors’ years — BBC had a junking policy that led to the tapes being … Continue reading →
BBC – Blogs – Doctor Who – Matt Smith announces he is to leave Doctor Who.
It will be interesting to see who the next Doctor will be! I’m hoping they go a bit older this time, at least 40+, though even older wouldn’t be bad. It might be a good change from the youthful Doctors we’ve had (as much as we’ve loved them), and I can see how it would fit thematically, too — well, depending on what they actually do with the 50th anniversary special. (I am looking forward to seeing David Tennant play the Doctor again!)
Squibstress has written a thoughtful article on Amazon’s new program for fanfiction authors. Give it a read!
Reblogged from Squibstress:
Yesterday, Amazon announced that it is entering into licensing agreements with rights-holders to offer a service that will allow fanfiction authors to publish and sell their work in Amazon’s Kindle store.
The program, called Kindle Worlds, pays undisclosed royalties to rights-holders (quaintly called World Licensors), and royalties of 20 percent of net (for works of 5,000 to 10,00 words) and 35 percent (for works over 10,000 words).
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