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Yeah so the new guy is going to be doing his first episode of Doctor Who this weekend, so to celebrate (because more than 50% of whovian fandom seems to be about celebrating SOMETHING) we’re having a 50% OFF PETER CAPAL-DAY SALE.
Which means (naturally) that from now until 24 August you can purchase yourself a fine ebook containing seven essays and two poems about Doctor Who for the BARGAIN BASEMENT PRICE of TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS!
That’s… hang on… three nines are… carry the three… TWENTY-SEVEN POINT SEVEN-SEVEN RECURRING CENTS PER ESSAY-SLASH-POEM!
That’s 27.77 cents each for:
- Karen Pickering’s excoriation of Steven Moffat’s inherent misogyny
- John Richards’s celebration of the goodness and strength of original companion Barbara
- Emilie Collyer’s poem about Christopher Eccleston bringing her mixed family closer together
- Jules Wilkinson’s hilarious introductory lecture to aspiring companions
- Philip Ashmore’s exploration of fear and Doctor Who
- Ben McKenzie’s essay on his love for Sylvester McCoy
- LJ Maher’s essay about Whoviennes’ subversion of the male gaze
- George Ivanoff’s plea to be allowed to write for Doctor Who
- My fan-poetry reinterpretation of the final fate of Donna Noble
Which is a pretty nifty bargain if you ask me. And here’s where you’ll be able to claim that bargain for your very own:
- From the lads at Tomely (for .epub & .mobi formats)
- From the folks at Smashwords (for .pdf, sony reader, nook &c)
Thanks in advance for your custom. And enjoy the show, do.