I’ll have a proper post up tomorrow for Bigger On The Outside – probably about Philip Purser-Hallard’s Peculiar Lives. I’ve spent the last couple of days going through comments from two of my three proof-readers for the Monkees book, and that should be out by the end of the week.
The plan for the next load of books is (in roughly this order):
Bigger On The Outside
Beach Boys vol 2
John Lennon book
Ten Things Your Science Teacher Never Taught You (a reworking of some of the How We Know What We Know material into something new)
Beach Boys vol 3
Doctor Who: Fifty Stories For Fifty Years (a look at one who story for every year from 1963 to 2012, which I’ll be serialising on the Mindless Ones)
I’m also working on three pulpy novels – The Case Of The Scarlet Neckerchief, Time Detective and The Plato Stratagem – all of which will be released as 99 cent ebooks by ‘Olsen Bloom’. And I hope to write some more short stories too.
Anyway, enough about my plans for the next couple of years’ worth of books, here’s some links.
Richard Herring (who I saw live on Tuesday – wonderful gig) has been on top form recently, arguing with morons after Ricky Gervais used disablist language on Twitter. He’s blogged about it here and then for three days straight starting here.
Millennium reviews the last ever Sarah Jane Adventures. His review of The Wedding Of River Song also contains the magical phrase “Andrew is right”.
And Millennium’s Daddy Alex offers a look at Doctor Who: Paradise Towers
Crispy at The Common Swings has been serialising a wonderful story about vintage TV and music. Start here.