50 Years of Doctor Who Signing at Forbidden Planet

Doctor Who 50 CoverAh, 2013 – you beautiful year of Doctor Who. What would an anniversary year be without a celebratory tome to go with it? Not an anniversary, that’s for sure. Forbidden Planet will be welcoming noted Who author Justin Richards to sign copies of his celebratory book in their London store on Wednesday 2nd October at 19:00. More details after the break.

Below is the press release and the cover of the book in question. I for one will be getting hold of the book (I’m all about the celebration and have a big collection of “about Who” books). I won’t be able to make it down to meet Justin in person, but if you can – get down to Shaftsbury Avenue!

THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO 50 YEARS OF DOCTOR WHO!

Forbidden Planet are delighted to welcome JUSTIN RICHARDS, signing THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO 50 YEARS OF DOCTOR WHOon Wednesday 2nd October, 6 – 7pm at the Forbidden Planet London Megastore, 179 Shaftesbury Avenue, WC2H 8JR.

Everything you ever needed to know!

This essential guide to fifty years of Doctor Who includes all eleven incarnations of the Doctor, and a TARDIS-full of fascinating facts on his adventures in space and time. Meet his helpful companions and his fearsome foes! Find out all about the TARDIS, the Doctor’s regenerations and much more! This book takes you all through the Doctor’s space and time, listing all the episodes for every Doctor. It’s packed with information about his most exciting adventures!

Justin Richards is a British writer. He has written science fiction and fantasy novels, including series set in Victorian or early-20th-century London, and also adventure stories set in the present day. He has written many spin-off novels, reference books and audio plays based on the long-running BBCscience fictiontelevision seriesDoctor Who, and he is Creative Consultant for the BBC Books range of Doctor Who novels.

Doctor Who 50 Years Cover

Source: Forbidden Planet Press Release
Reporter: WedgeDoc

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