‘The Robots of Lonmar’

Hello everyone! 🙂

Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

Here’s an early Christmas present from me!

I’ve now added this special multi-companion ‘Doctor Who’ adventure by me to my blog called ‘The Robots of Lonmar’. This story features Nyssa, Billy, Jo, Victoria and Ace. I wrote this adventure back in early 2012 and have now dedicated to Deborah Watling who sadly passed away this year in July 2017.

Here is a link to the ‘The Robots of Lonmar’ page on my blog. There is an ‘Introduction’ page containing writers’ notes by me. ‘The Robots of Lonmar’ is a full-length adventure divided into eight chapters. You can access the eight chapters by clicking on the links on ‘The Robots of Lonmar’ page.

There is also an appendix attached to ‘The Robots of Lonmar’ called ‘Appendix: Extra Scenes*’. This contains two additional scenes that feature during the story. They’re meant to accompany two scenes in the story as backgrounds. I’ll let you find out what those two extra scenes are in the story.

I hope you’ll enjoy reading this ‘Doctor Who’ adventure by me with Nyssa, Billy, Jo, Victoria and Ace. I have fond memories writing this multi-companion story, full of nostalgia and action adventure. I’m looking forward to adding some brand-new ‘Fifth Doctor by Tim Bradley’ stories in the New Year.

As well as ‘The Robots of Lonmar’, there are the two stories, ‘The Ghost of Leckwick’ and ‘The Pantomime of Death’ from the ‘Merry Christmas From The Doctor, Nyssa and Billy’ anthology to enjoy.

Here is a synopsis of what ‘The Robots of Lonmar’ is about.

Victoria Waterfield, Jo Grant, Nyssa, Billy Walker and Ace confront terrifying robots on the planet Lonmar.

Enjoy…and Merry Christmas!

Check out my other stories from ‘The Fifth Doctor by Tim Bradley’ series.

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂

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