Jenna-Louise what? The Twin Dilemma, people. THE TWIN DILEMMA.
The latest issue of DWM – out now in the UK – features my Fact of Fiction (credited to my old name, oops) on Colin Baker’s first story. Everyone’s favourite. You know the one. (I had a lot of fun writing this one. There was much balancing [...]Continue Reading →
This was announced late last year but I’ve been busy doing other things, chief among them not this update. But lo! My latest big project is revealed!
Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is a downloadable game for the PlayStation 3 and PC (other versions possibly to follow, I’m not sure), due out in spring [...]Continue Reading →
Pandemonium: Stories of the Apocalypse is on sale now, available as an ebook from Amazon UK and Amazon US. It features 18 stories about the end of the world, inspired by 19th-century fire-and-brimstone drama queen painter John Martin.
My own story, The Architect of Hell, takes as its inspiration Martin’s painting of Pandaemonium, [...]Continue Reading →
As the release of Pandemonium: Stories of the Apocalypse draws closer, so the involvement of Tate Britain increases. It’s great that the gallery has been so supportive of the book – even going to the extent of combining the launch party with one of its special late-opening evenings.
This free event on 4th November 2011 [...]Continue Reading →
This year’s Brilliant Book of Doctor Who (or however you want to order those words) hits the shops today. It has felt like the longest wait to see it in print: I wrote my bits for it back in spring and early summer and it was printed back in August, [...]Continue Reading →
Bit late with this (the new issue’s out in two weeks!), but the current issue of Doctor Who Magazine features my interview with Tom MacRae, writer of The Girl Who Waited. Tom was one of the nicest chaps I’ve ever interviewed – I’d put him up there with Dervla Kirwan, to be entirely honest, and [...]Continue Reading →
Amazon.co.uk and other fine UK retailers are now selling Sightseeing in Space, a two-adventures-in-one Doctor Who kids’ book, written by myself and the wonderful Steve Lyons. (I’m hugely pleased to have my work snuggled up next to Steve’s, as I’ve enjoyed lots of his work over the years.) My story is called The [...]Continue Reading →
Three things by me. (Under the name David Bailey, because these were written in the before times.)
A preview of Night Terrors, featuring an interview with writer Mark Gatiss. (“It’s impossible to legislate against scaring [...]Continue Reading →
The ebook collection is published by the good folk at Pornokitsch (not a naughty website… well, not in the way you might think), in association with the [...]Continue Reading →