Sunday, 31 August 2008

Sold Out

The second edition of Time's Champion is now sold out. Demand has continued to be very high for the book, and so we are still collecting orders through September 2008. If we receive enough orders to justify another edition, then the title will be reprinted again, otherwise we will refund all monies received.

Thanks to everyone for your ongoing support of this project.


Wednesday, 27 August 2008

Multiple Copies

I have had a few requests for multiple copies of the book. Because we are getting close to selling out of the reprint, I feel it's only fair to give people who do not have the book the chance to obtain it. Therefore anyone ordering multiple copies (or ordering a second/third copy when they already have one from the first print run) will have their orders reversed and refunded.

I hope people understand and appreciate the reasons behind this.



Tuesday, 19 August 2008


Time's Champion is the main subject of the Doctor Who Podcast #84, which features a brief rundown of the book, and an interview between myself (Chris) and Trevor, the Australian half of the Podcast's duo. This was a joy to record and I've just listened to it today. So, please, to all interested, go and visit the Doctor Who Podcast and hear the latest session to hear me discuss Time's Champion in detail.

More information and download links can be found here:

Saturday, 16 August 2008


Just to let folks know that I have ordered up the reprint now. Hopefully enough to cover those orders I have in, plus some more from any reviews which might appear, and for me to bring some to the Gallifrey convention next year to sell. As soon as I get the reprint in stock, then I'll sort out mailing them to those waiting for copies.

Thanks to everyone for your support. As soon as I can get the accounting sorted, I'll let you know how much we raised for the charity on the book so far.


Friday, 15 August 2008


It came to our attention once Time's Champion was printed, that somehow an Epilogue, which was contained in the original manuscript, was missing from the book!

Although it's absence in no way detracts from the book as a whole - the story it tells is still complete therein - it does close a couple of loops as far as the story of the Valeyard is concerned.

Therefore, anyone wishing to read (or even print off) the epilogue, can get hold of a PDF file of the two pages here:

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