Merchandise Barry Letts: Who and Me

Published on August 10th, 2013 | by Andrew Reynolds

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StoryBundle Doctor Who eBook Set

Continuing its popular ‘pay what you want’ eBook bundles, StoryBundle have announced a specially curated Doctor Who Bundle containing a set of six full length books featuring episode guides, producer autobiographies, coming-of-age stories and even Doctor Who themed recipe books.

Barry Letts: Who and Me

Those who choose to give a $3 minimum will get Nick Griffiths’ acclaimed fan memoir (Fanoir?) Dalek, I Loved You, Barry Lett’s fantastic autobiography Who & Me, Doctor Who historian Philip Sandifer’s TARDIS Eruditorum Volume 2: Patrick Troughton and Chris-Rachael Oseland’s Dining With The Doctor: An Unauthorized Whovian Cookbook -  which creates recipes based around the first six series of nuWho.

What’s more, those who choose to give more than the bonus $10 price receive two extra tomes, including Earl Green’s 400 epic page episode guide VWORP!: Connecting Who, Old And New and an exclusive eBook of some of the best Doctor Who writing, collected by Philip Sandifer, The Best Of TARDIS Eruditorum.

StoryBundle has already sold hundreds of thousands of books through its popular horror, fantasy, video game and sci-fi book bundles, and this unauthorized Doctor Who bundle, which will be available for just two weeks – via computers, mobile devices and tablets – and then gone forever, compiles an incredibly diverse set of some of the best writing on the Doctor out there.

StoryBundle also offers independent writers a platform from which to share their work.

Nick Griffith commented:

I was very happy to be asked to join the US project, which helps indie authors reach wider audiences while offering genuine bargains of wide-ranging Who books to readers.

For more information head over to the StoryBundle site, http://storybundle.com/

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Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.




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