Announcement

Author Personal Appearance

CRAIG CHARLESWORTH

Author of “The Cuckoo In Winter”

will be appearing at the York Unleashed Comic Con

SUNDAY AUGUST 12 2018

Craig Charlesworth, author of the novel The Cuckoo In Winter will be appearing at the York Unleashed Comic Con 2018 on Sunday August 12th.

Craig will signing copies of his novel as well selling copies of various Pencil Tip Publishing books.

There might even be a few other surprises in store.

Not only will Craig be there representing Pencil Tip, but other guests include David Bradley, Nicola Bryant and some bloke called Colin Baker who IIRC played Commander Maxil in Arc of Infinity.

So if you’re anywhere near York Racecourse in August, please pop in and say hi.

Further details can be found on the York Unleased website at http://www.unleashedtickets.co.uk.

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Now Available to Purchase

It’s official.

You can now purchase a copy of our brand new collection of Doctor Who short-stories – Temporal Logbook II: Further Journeys

From Canterbury Cathedral to a space station orbiting a Dyson sphere, the Doctor has seen countless worlds throughout his many lives.

Temporal Logbook II: Further Journeys tells some of those stories — fifteen gripping tales showing the universe through the eyes of thirteen incarnations including the War Doctor.

Told by some of the most exciting voices in Doctor Who fandom, contributors include: Hamish Crawford, Nic Ford, Russell McGee, Richard Peevers, Tony Jones, Rob Nisbet, R.P. Fox, Kate Coleman, Kevin Mason, Frank Danes, David Smith and Violet Addison, J.E. Remy, Fionna MacDonald and Nick Mellish.

All proceeds from this publication will be donated in support of the Mood Disorders Association of British Columbia (MDABC), which is a non-profit organization that provides treatment, support, education, and hope of recovery for people living with a mood disorder.

To purchase a copy click here and you’ll be taken directly to Lulu to place an order.

COMING JUNE 11 2018

We have some really exciting news for everyone.

It’s official…..

COMING JUNE 11 2018
TEMPORAL LOGBOOK II: FURTHER JOURNEYS
Edited by RICHARD PEEVERS, BOB FURNELL, ROBERT MAMMONE and J.E. REMY
Cover illustration by JOHN SWOGGER
Softcover Trade Paperback  338 pages  $19.95 CAD

TTL2 Front - Large

Unofficial and Unauthorized

“I promised you something spectacular,” the Doctor said, “and here we are.”

From Canterbury Cathedral to a space station orbiting a Dyson sphere, the Doctor has seen countless worlds throughout his many lives.

Temporal Logbook II: Further Journeys tells some of those stories — fifteen gripping tales showing the universe through the eyes of thirteen incarnations including the War Doctor.

Told by some of the most exciting voices in Doctor Who fandom, contributors include: Hamish Crawford, Nic Ford, Russell McGee, Richard Peevers, Tony Jones, Rob Nisbet, R.P. Fox, Kate Coleman, Kevin Mason, Frank Danes, David Smith and Violet Addison, J.E. Remy, Fionna MacDonald and Nick Mellish.

All proceeds from this publication will be donated in support of the Mood Disorders Association of British Columbia (MDABC), which is a non-profit organization that provides treatment, support, education, and hope of recovery for people living with a mood disorder.

“A second volume of exciting stories for all ages.”

Temporal Logbook II: Further Journeys

Temporal Logbook II: Further Journeys is an unofficial, unauthorized Doctor Who short-story anthology for charity from Pencil Tip Publishing. This second volume follows the first Temporal Logbook, published in 2015 and supporting the charity, Positive Living Society of British Columbia.

The Temporal Logbook II: Further Journeys features thirteen Doctors – including the War Doctor – in fifteen brand new adventures in time and space in support of our chosen charity, Mood Disorders Association of British Columbia (MDABC).

Featured writers include: Hamish Crawford, Nic Ford, Russell McGee, Richard Peevers, Tony Jones, Rob Nisbet, R.P. Fox, Kate Coleman, Kevin Mason, Frank Danes, David Smith and Violet Addison, J.E. Remy, Fionna MacDonald and Nick Mellish.

The collection has been edited by Richard Peevers, Robert Mammone, Bob Furnell and J.E. Remy, with a stunning cover by John Gordon.

Publication has been set for late May.

NEWS RELEASE: What the Fans Think

Pencil Tip Publishing is excited to announce our newest project: What the Fans Think – a new series of books where the fans will review and assess their favourite television series.  Fan opinion can be extremely critical, often harsher than that of the meanest television critics.  But when the fans love something, you know it.  Praises are heaped in droves.

Each volume will concentrate on a specific show and will feature original reviews and analysis of every episode of that particular series.  The fans will have their say on what they think are the best, worst and merely average, episodes of a series.  You just might be surprised by what they have to say.

The first books in the series will concentrate on the world’s longest-running science fiction series, Doctor Who and its numerous spin-offs and on the 1978-81 BBC series Blakes 7 created by Terry Nation.

In the next few weeks Pencil Tip Publishing will be releasing the submission guidelines for each volume and how you, the fans, will be able to contribute to.

Announcing: Chromakey

PENCIL TIP PUBLISHING is pleased to announce our very first magazine, Chromakey.

Following in the tradition of past classic TV-related publications as: Timescreen, The Frame, DWB and Action TV, Chromakey will be an updated, modern, twenty-first century version.

Each issue will feature a variety of written material including: articles, reviews, opinion pieces, interviews, analysis, features, etc.  that is informative, in-depth, detail orientated and retrospective.  While material will be of a more serious-tone, the magazine will endeavour to remain entertaining and informative – you won’t find material that is lightweight, frothy, irrelevant, overly dry or scholarly.  Articles will be not only of interest to the archive television enthusiast, but also to the general fan of television as well. Contributors will be encouraged to ‘speak their mind’ or offer an unpopular opinion on a subject.  Our subject matter will be treated with respect and seriousness.

Chromakey will be published twice per year, and edited by Richard Peevers and Bob Furnell.

The editors will be seeking contributions for the first issue very soon, so keep tuned to the Chromakey site for further details and publication of our submission guidelines.

For further information please visit the Chromakey site here.

Temporal Logbook Now Available as E-Book

We have some really exciting news to share with you.

Pencil Tip Publishing is pleased to announce that our Doctor Who short-story collection, THE TEMPORAL LOGBOOK, has just been released in e-Book format.

If you haven’t picked up a copy of the Logbook yet, now is your perfect opportunity to do so.

You can order your copy by visiting http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/penciltippublishing