Companions: Fifty Years of Doctor Who Assistants is an unofficial guide to the travels and experiences of the companions of each of the eleven incarnations of the Doctor. Written by a true fan, Andy Frankham-Allen provides an in-depth account of each character's struggles, experiences and relationships as he outlines their significance in the TV series as well as other Doctor Who media.
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Portions of the net proceeds of this title will be donated to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).
From Afghans and Akitas to Yakutians and Yorkies, and everything in between, there’s a very special connection between dogs and their owners. Our four-legged friends put smiles on our faces, comfort us when we’re down and make us laugh with their... [click here for more]
Your brain holds an impressive vocabulary of more than 20,000 words, but chances are you only use a small fraction of them. That fraction is usually filled with worn-out oldies that have lost their impact, such as interesting, good, and nice.
Inside, you’ll find more than fifteen alternatives for each of the one hundred most commonly overused words in the English... [click here for more]
This cookbook provides 75 must-have recipes to make at the game or take along for tailgating. Recipes include everything from simple appetizers like beer boiled shrimp, to impressive grilled foods like Memphis-style babyback ribs, to sophisticated desserts like tiramisu. An introductory chapter provides tips on essential equipment and techniques for cooking up a great party in the parking lot. Tips... [click here for more]
Have you ever thought about writing a mystery, and gave up the idea because you didn’t know where to begin? Now is your chance to write the mystery of your dreams. You Can Write a Mystery, written by Gillian Roberts, author of the Anthony Award-winning Amanda Pepper series, will help you start your mystery, and guide you through to the end. With this book you'll learn how to build... [click here for more]
The debate over the true author of the Shakespeare canon has raged for centuries. Astonishingly little evidence supports the traditional belief that Will Shakespeare, the actor and businessman from Stratford-upon-Avon, was the author. Legendary figures such as Mark Twain, Walt Whitman and Sigmund Freud have all expressed grave doubts that an uneducated man who apparently owned no books and never left... [click here for more]
Saturday Night is the intimate history of the original Saturday Night Live, from its beginnings as an outlaw program produced by an unruly band of renegades from the comedy underground to a TV institution that made stars of John Belushi, Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Gilda Radner, Jane Curtin, Laraine Newman, Garrett Morris, Joe Piscopo and Eddie Murphy. This is the book that revealed to the... [click here for more]
With step-by-step how-to instructions on:
Building Characters Building a Plot Writing Action Scenes Writing Sex Scenes
The difference between Fiction and Reality?
Fiction has to make sense.
There are lots of Creative Writing books out there. This isn’t one of them. There is very little that is actually creative about writing for profit.
The trick to NOT getting burned-out writing professionally--figure... [click here for more]