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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!
Gosh! 2019 is nearly over! This is the end of my fourth completed year of ‘Bradley’s Basement’. I’ve done quite a lot and achieved quite a lot in that year. Time has flown too fast for me! I’ve found 2019 a better year than 2018. Mainly because I saw Sarah Sutton at more conventions this time around. 😀
I hope I’ve kept people entertained with my reviews on movies, TV shows and ‘Doctor Who’ as well as my ‘Doctor Who Timelines’; ‘Doctor Who’ stories; convention reports and such. With it being New Year’s Eve today, let’s take a look back at what I’ve found amazing and exciting about 2019 on my blog.
2019 got off to a good start. It began with the end of my 2018-2019 mini ‘Nyssa Challenge’ review season. This was on the Short Trip audio ‘The Mistpuddle Murders’ starring Sarah Sutton and on the updated Target novelization and audiobook ‘Doctor Who – Mawdryn Undead’, read by David Collings.
There was also the ‘Doctor Who’ New Year’s Day Special called ‘Resolution’ starring Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor, Bradley Walsh as Graham, Tosin Cole as Ryan and Mandip Gill as Yaz. There was a Dalek in that episode! I was pleased and happy to see ‘Resolution’ on New Year’s Day as it was really exciting!
I also shared my updated ‘Doctor Who’ Blu-ray reviews on Season 12 with Tom Baker and on Season 19 with Peter Davison. They were very exciting to revisit! I also shared my updated reviews on Season 1 of the 1990s animated ‘Spider-Man’ series. I plan to do more updated reviews on the series in future.
I also updated my ‘Spider-Man’ film reviews based on the ‘Five-Movie Collection’ Blu-ray box set. I also did a quick DVD review on the 2015 ‘Fantastic Four’ film. I also shared my review on the 1975 BBC version of ‘North & South’ starring Patrick Stewart and I did a review on Series 1 of ‘Blake’s 7’. 🙂
This year, I began sharing ‘The Gospel of Mark’ through sixteen blog posts. The first four in January were on Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4. I also began resharing my ‘Fifth Doctor’ series with ‘The Railway of Time’, ‘The Space Hotel’, ‘Doom of the Daleks’; ‘The Tree of Riverloth’ and ‘The Ghost of Leckwick’. 😀
Movies at the cinema were pretty good in January. I saw ‘Bumblebee’ which turned out to be a pretty good ‘Transformers’ film. My parents and I also saw ‘Stan & Ollie’ and surprisingly found that to be a very good depiction of the comedic duo in real-life. We also saw ‘Mary Queen of Scots’ at the cinema.
In January, I did a Disney film review season. This was on the four films ‘Lady and the Tramp’, ‘Cinderella’, ‘The Little Mermaid’ and ‘Sleeping Beauty’. I saw ‘Sleeping Beauty’ on the big screen at my local Showcase Cinema in Nantgarw. It was superb to do that before reviewing the film on my blog.
I saw more TV dramas this year. First, my parents and I began watching Series 8 of ‘Call the Midwife’ via BBC iPlayer, starting off with three episodes in January. We also began watching Series 4 of ‘Grantchester’ via ITV Hub, starting off with three episodes in January. We enjoyed doing that a lot. 🙂
The month concluded with me attending the ‘Science of the Time Lords’ weekend in at the National Space Centre in Leicester. I had a great time seeing Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann as well as Sarah Sutton, Janet Fielding, Katy Manning, Louise Jameson and Shobna Gulati.
February began with snow, but only a little bit. My series on ‘The Gospel of Mark’ continued with Chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8 in that month. I also shared my video review on ‘Dr. Second’. In February, I enjoyed watching Series 1 of ‘Great British Car Journeys’ with Peter Davison and Christopher Timothy.
I continued resharing my ‘Fifth Doctor‘ series with stories like ‘The Austen Code’, ‘The Victorian Vampires’, ‘Junglos 4198’, ‘Chieftain’s Caves’, ‘The Five Doctors at Christmas’, ‘The Pantomime of Death’, ‘The Robots of Lonmar’ and ‘Dawn of the Dwaxi’. They’re very exciting stories to check out. 😀
My parents and I continued watching and enjoying Series 8 of ‘Call the Midwife’ via BBC iPlayer with its next four episodes in February. We also continued watching and enjoying the rest of Series 4 of ‘Grantchester’ via ITV Hub with its last three episodes. I find ‘Grantchester’ more compelling than ‘Call the Midwife’. 😀
In terms of ‘Star Trek’, I completed my reviews on Season 7 of ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ in February. I also did my reviews on the ‘Star Trek’ reboot trilogy with Timelord007 including ‘Star Trek’ (2009); ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ and ‘Star Trek Beyond’. We greatly enjoyed doing those reviews together!
In terms of movies at the cinema, I saw ‘The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part’ and ‘The Kid Who Would Be King’. I also did a music presentation at the ‘Newport Nostalgia Music Society’ called ‘Tim’s Musical Movie Evening’. It featured my favourite musical moments from film. I found this great fun to do. 😀
March was a pretty exciting month for me! It began with me attending the ‘London Comic Con Spring’ for its first weekend. The following weekend I attended the ‘Film & Comic Con Cardiff’. I saw Sarah Sutton at both comic cons. It was very lovely seeing Sarah again as well as other ‘Doctor Who’ stars. 🙂
I continued with sharing my ‘Gospel of Mark’ blog post series with Chapters 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 for March. The resharing of my ‘Fifth Doctor’ series continued this month with ‘The Stockbridge Terror’; ‘Time Burp’; ‘Cuddles’ and ‘Light-Ground’. This was before I shared my brand-new ‘Fifth Doctor’ story.
The story happened to be ‘City of Monsters’ with the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa, Billy and Jo and it had Drashigs, Ogrons, Autons, dinosaurs, robots and the debut of James Darby. I also had my story ‘Psychic Image’ in the ‘Genesis of Terror’ anthology published on the Divergent Wordsmith website for March.
My parents and I finished watching Series 8 of ‘Call the Midwife’ that March with Episode 8 on BBC iPlayer. I also finished my reviews on Series 3 of ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ and I did my reviews on the two Christmas Specials from 1983 and 1985. This was before going into the show’s reboot era.
With movies at the cinema, I saw ‘Captain Marvel’. I also shared a brand-new page on the ‘Star Cops’ series, featuring reviews on the complete short-lived TV series. I also reviewed the movie novelization of the 1989 ‘Batman’ film and I shared my review on the ‘Hamlet’ production, featuring David Tennant.
I shared my video review of ‘Dr. Third’ that month as well as ‘Doctor Who Timelines’ on the Eighth Doctor companions Bliss and Helen Sinclair. I was so happy to hear the news that ‘The Moon Stallion’ audiobook read by Sarah Sutton was out that month. I got both the download and CD releases of it. 🙂
April 2019 began with this!
I was so happy Sarah said “Yes” to doing this April Fools sketch with me back at the ‘Film & Comic Con Cardiff’ in March for the April the 1st this year. It was fun to do! I continued reviewing more ‘Star Cops’ episodes with the two ‘Mother Earth’ releases by Big Finish. Sarah Sutton guest starred in one episode.
I also completed my reviews on Series 2 of the ‘Dad’s Army’ radio series that month. I created a new ‘Movies’ page for my blog for ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ and the ‘Beethoven’ movies. And I finished ‘The Gospel of Mark’ blog post series with a look into Chapters 14, 15 and 16 in the month. 🙂 Chapter 16 became my Easter Sunday blog post for this year. That was pretty good timing for my blog.
As well as celebrating Easter this year with Good Friday and Easter Sunday, I also shared my Easter review season on the Lost Season 23 of ‘Doctor Who’ by Big Finish with Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant. This included reviews on ‘The Nightmare Fair’, ‘Mission to Magnus’, ‘Leviathan’, ‘The Hollows of Time’, ‘Paradise 5’, ‘Point of Entry’, ‘The Song of Megaptera’ and ‘The Macros’. I enjoyed doing those reviews.
With movies at the cinema, I saw the 2019 remake of ‘Dumbo’ by director Tim Burton. I shared my reviews on ‘The Busby Berkeley Collection’ which contained the five films ’42nd Street’; ‘Gold Diggers of 1933’, ‘Footlight Parade’, ‘Dames’ and ‘Gold Diggers of 1935’. It was also a ‘Wizard of Oz’ month for me as I reviewed ‘Tom and Jerry: Back of Oz’ and saw a release of the Judy Garland film at the cinema.
This year, my parents and I enjoyed a family holiday in Amroth again. This time however, we did our holiday in April instead of September as we would usually do. I shared my convention report on that family holiday (that will be my last one) and got to enjoy hearing ‘The Moon Stallion’ audiobook in full.
I shared my ‘Doctor Who’ book review on ‘Ten Little Aliens’ with the First Doctor. I also updated my reviews on Series 1 of ‘Monarch of the Glen’ that month. I also shared my Short Trip adventure featuring the Thirteenth Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz called ‘Hank Prank’. I enjoyed writing that tale.
It was time to celebrate my birthday again in May this year. I didn’t go to a convention this year sadly, but I did receive a photo of Nyssa from ‘The Keeper of Traken’ signed by Sarah Sutton with ‘Happy Birthday’ on it from my parents at the ‘Film & Comic Con Cardiff’ back in March. I’m happy to have it!
I shared my ‘Doctor Who’ book review on ‘Dreams of Empire’ with the Second Doctor. I also shared my updated reviews on Season 18 of ‘Doctor Who’ with Tom Baker as well as my updated review on ‘K-9 & Company’. I also shared my updated review on ‘The Macra Terror’ that’s now fully animated. also shared my Series 2 reviews on ‘Torchwood’ and my updated review on ‘The Enemy of the World’.
My Mayday post for Bank Holiday Monday in May was me sharing my ‘Beast Wars Transformers’ reviews, which I hope to update soon. I also shared a quick DVD review on the ‘Campion’ series, starring Peter Davison. It was my Mum’s birthday present from March and we finished watching it in May. I also shared a quick DVD box set review on Series 2 of ‘Blake’s 7’, which I was currently enjoying.
In terms of movies at the cinema, I saw ‘Avengers: Endgame’ for my birthday! I also saw the films ‘Tolkien’, ‘Pokémon Detective Pikachu’; ‘Breakthrough’, the 2019 remake of ‘Aladdin’ and a re-release of the 1989 ‘Batman’ film by director Tim Burton. It was a superb month for movies in May. 🙂
I had two birthday presents from my best mate Stephen this year. I had ‘The Rocketeer’ and the ‘Wartime Chronicles’ featuring John Leven as Sgt. Benton. I reviewed both of these on DVD for my blog. I also reviewed a certain BBV drama series that’s scheduled for Easter 2020. Stay tuned for news!
I continued the theme of resharing this year by doing the ‘Doctor Who Marathon’ on my blog. This is where I re-shared my reviews on new series ‘Doctor Who’ episodes from 2005 to the present day in 2019. In June, I went from ‘Rose’ with Christopher Eccleston through to ‘Blink’ with David Tennant. 😀
I shared my ‘Doctor Who’ book review on ‘Players’ with the Sixth Doctor by the late Terrance Dicks. I’m pleased I read the book to honour Terrance before he passed away this year. I also shared my ‘Doctor Who’ reviews on ‘EarthWorld’ with the Eighth Doctor and ‘Only Human’ with the Ninth Doctor.
I also shared my updated reviews on Series 2 of ‘Monarch of the Glen’. I hope I will update more ‘Monarch’ reviews soon for 2020. I also uploaded my reviews for Series 4 of the ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ series. It was a huge challenge to get into the reboot era of the show, but I was enjoying it.
This year, we sadly lost Paul Darrow, well-known for playing Avon in ‘Blake’s 7’. I was saddened by this. I was getting into the ‘Blake’s 7’ TV series by this point. I paid tribute not just to Paul Darrow, but also to Gareth Thomas and Jacqueline Pearce who sadly passed away before I began seeing the series.
In terms of movies at the cinema, I saw ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ and ‘Toy Story 4’. ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ was a critical and box office disaster, but I personally enjoyed it. ‘Toy Story 4’ was a mixed bag for me despite the positive reception it got. I hope to review the film soon in a full-detailed review.
The ‘Doctor Who Marathon’ continued in July with me sharing my reviews on new series episodes. This month, it was from ‘Utopia’/’The Sound of Drums’/’Last of the Time Lords’ with David Tennant to ‘The Rebel Flesh’/’The Almost People’ with Matt Smith. I was speeding along fast in this marathon! 😀
At the cinema, I saw the movies ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ and the 2019 remake of ‘The Lion King’. Whilst people love the latest ‘MCU Spider-Man’ movie, I have my own issues with it. Whilst I enjoyed the new remake of ‘The Lion King’, I didn’t feel it was good as the original 1994 animated film.
This month, I shared my reviews on ‘The Miss Marple Collection’, starring Joan Hickson as Miss Marple. This featured reviews on the twelve BBC TV adaptations of the ‘Miss Marple’ books by Agatha Christie. I also shared my ‘Doctor Who’ reviews on ‘The Tenth Doctor Adventures – Volume 3’ by Big Finish and my book/audio reviews on ‘Beautiful Chaos’ with the Tenth Doctor.
This month, I shared my ‘convention memories’ on the ‘London Film & Comic Con 2011’. I also enjoyed ‘Stuart Townend and Cambrensis in Concert’ at St. David’s Hall in Cardiff in July, sharing my thoughts on it via my blog. I also shared my own blog post Celebrating 20 Years of ‘Doctor Who’ @ Big Finish.
The ‘Marvel Cinematic Universe Film Review Season’ began, looking at the films in the ‘Marvel Studios Cinematic Universe – Phase Three: Part One’ DVD box set. This was on ‘Captain America: Civil War’, ‘Doctor Strange’, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2’, ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ and ‘Thor: Ragnarok’. 🙂 I changed the wallpaper for my blog during that review season. Hopefully it’ll stay for a long while yet.
Entering August, the ‘Doctor Who Marathon’ continued with more reviews shared on new series episodes. This included from ‘A Good Man Goes To War’ with Matt Smith to ‘Kill The Moon’ with Peter Capaldi. This was all in the build to ‘Doctor Who’s return on TV with Series 12 starring Jodie Whittaker.
I shared my quick DVD box set review on Series 3 of ‘Blake’s 7’ in August. I also shared my ‘Doctor Who’ book/audio review on ‘The Silent Stars Go By’ with the Eleventh Doctor. I saw and reviewed the film ’10 Cloverfield Lane’ as well as the first ‘Deadpool’ movie. My review featured Deadpool himself!
I went to the ‘Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.’ interactive exhibit at the St. David’s Shopping Centre in Cardiff that month. I also shared my latest reviews on Series 5 of ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ in August. My parents and I were getting through the reboot era of ‘All Creatures’ very nicely so far here.
August was another exciting month for me as I attended the ‘Film & Comic Con Glasgow’. I saw Sarah Sutton again that weekend as well as Sophie Aldred and Katy Manning. I had a great time, having nice chats with the stars and I even did some sketches with Sarah and Sophie for my blog’s 4th anniversary.
A crisis occurred as Disney and Sony split for a while from doing more ‘MCU Spider-Man’ movies together. This shocked many ‘MCU’ and ‘Spider-Man’ fans. Thankfully it was resolved and another ‘MCU Spider-Man’ film is happening. My blog post on ‘The Future of Spider-Man and the MCU’ is included here.
The ‘Doctor Who Marathon’ kept on in September with me resharing my reviews on new series episodes. For this month, it was from ‘Mummy on the Orient Express’ with Peter Capaldi to ‘The Woman Who Fell To Earth’ with Jodie Whittaker. I was amazed we were coming to the end of this! 😀
As I said, this year we sadly lost ‘Doctor Who’ script-editor, writer and legend Terrance Dicks. I paid tribute to Terrance as he was an inspiration for me in terms of writing ‘Doctor Who’ stories. I’m hoping I’ll read some more ‘Doctor Who’ books by Terrance Dicks as well as dedicate a short story to him in 2020.
I saw and reviewed the 2016 remake of ‘The Jungle Book’ on DVD. I added my review on the movie novelization of ‘Batman Returns’ to my blog. To commemorate my late sister Bethan’s birthday, I shared my review on the Disney film ‘Bambi’. I also saw the ‘Downton Abbey’ movie at the cinema. 🙂
I also shared my ‘convention memories’ of the ‘Regenerations 2011’ event. And I shared my video review on the book ‘Dr. Fourth’. My plans for future ‘Dr. Who’/’Mr. Men’ books are uncertain at the moment. I hope to review ‘Dr. Fifth’ next, but how to go about it is unclear so far! Stay tuned for news!
I celebrated 4 years of ‘Bradley’s Basement’ with my updated reviews on ‘The Moon Stallion’ including the TV serial; the novelization and the audiobook as well as my review on the ‘Doctor Who’ audio ‘A Life of Crime’. My sketches with Sarah and Sophie from Glasgow in August got uploaded too. 🙂
October was the end of the ‘Doctor Who Marathon’ with reviews of new series episodes reshared. It ended of course with ‘Resolution’ starring Jodie Whittaker. I’m up to date with my reviews on new series ‘Doctor Who’ episodes. It won’t be long before I commence reviews on Series 12 of ‘Doctor Who’.
I shared my updated reviews on ‘The Hobbit’ and ‘The Lord of the Rings’ film trilogies, based on the 30-disc Blu-ray box set. This was before I began reading ‘The Hobbit’ by J. R. R. Tolkien. I hope to add my review on ‘The Hobbit’ book and to update my reviews on ‘The Lord of the Rings’ radio series soon.
I created a new ‘Comedy’ page for my blog. I also shared my quick reviews on ‘The Batman Superman Movie’; ‘Flash Gordon’; ‘Deadpool 2’ with very special guest stars Deadpool and Timelord007; ‘The Demon Headmaster’ TV series; ‘A Dog’s Purpose’; ‘A Dog’s Journey’ and at last…Series 4 of ‘Blake’s 7’.
I reviewed the movie novelization of ‘Batman & Robin’ on my blog in October. I also saw ‘A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon’ at the cinema. ‘Great British Car Journeys’ starring Peter Davison and Christopher Timothy returned to TV screens with the first very enjoyable three episodes of Series 2 in October.
I shared my ‘convention memories’ blog post of ‘Acceptable In The 80s’ from October 2011. I also completed my reviews on Series 3 of the ‘Dad’s Army’ radio series that month. I also did a review on 2019 recreation of the missing ‘Doctor Who’ episode ‘Mission to the Unknown’ available on YouTube.
I shared my updated ‘Doctor Who’ Blu-ray reviews of Season 10 with Jon Pertwee and Season 23 with Colin Baker. I also added my reviews on the ‘Tomorrow’s Times’ DVD special features that month as well as added two new ‘Doctor Who Timelines’ for two companions including Marc and Trix MacMillan.
In November, my parents and I saw the last episode of Series 2 of ‘Great British Car Journeys’ with Peter Davison and Christopher Timothy. We also finished watching Series 6 of ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ and I finished my reviews on the season. I also updated my Series 1 reviews of ‘Jeeves & Wooster’.
I also added the rest of my original ‘Thunderbirds’ reviews to my blog, which I’m hoping to update in the future. I also did quick DVD reviews on ‘Scooby-Doo Meets Batman’, ‘Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave & The Bold’ and ‘Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes’. I also did my quick ‘Frozen’ review!
I shared a set of reviews based on my Mum’s film choices that we watched back in October. This included full-detailed reviews of the 2018 film ‘Patrick’, the 1997 TV movie ‘Oliver Twist’, the Alfred Hitchcock film ‘North By Northwest’ and the 1995 BBC TV production of ‘Persuasion’ by Jane Austen.
I also did my ‘Star Wars Review Season’ in November before ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ was released at cinemas in December. This looked into four ‘Star Wars’ items: ‘Star Wars: Lords of the Sith’, ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’, the ‘Star Wars Holiday Special’ and of course ‘Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi’.
In terms of movies at the cinema, my parents and I saw ‘The Aeronauts’ with Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones. I also saw the ‘Joker’ film and a re-release of ‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan’. I also shared my ‘convention memories’ blog post on the ‘Fantom Films @ Memorabilia Birmingham 2011’.
This month, I shared my latest ‘Fifth Doctor’ adventure with Nyssa and Billy called ‘The Prime Factor’. It featured cameos of various Doctors and companions. I also had my two stories ‘The Crimson Lion’ and ‘The Popiz’ published in ‘The Paul Spragg ReCollections’ anthology by the Divergent Wordsmiths.
In December, I started sharing my ‘Bradley’s Basement’s Advent Calendar’ for 2019. This year, I shared my photo memories of meeting many ‘Doctor Who’ stars like Peter Purves, Paul McGann, Wendy Padbury, Sylvester McCoy, Sarah Sutton, Colin Baker, Matthew Waterhouse, Peter Davison, Sophie Aldred and Tom Baker.
I also shared my four main Christmas reviews on my blog. This includes reviews on the ‘Doctor Who’ story ‘The Chimes of Midnight’ with Paul McGann and India Fisher; the ‘BBC Morecambe & Wise Christmas Specials’; ‘The Grinch’ with Jim Carrey and ‘The Polar Express’. They were great fun reviews to do! 😀
I saw movies at the cinema including ‘Frozen II’, ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ and ‘Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker’. I also saw re-releases of ‘The Bishop’s Wife’ and ‘Elf’ at the cinema. Those two Christmas movies were great to watch before I broke for the Christmas holidays this year.
I enjoyed attending ‘The Promise of Christmas’ concert at St. David’s Hall in Cardiff this month. I enjoyed two ‘Tom and Jerry’ DVDs for Christmas including ‘Tom and Jerry Christmas: Paws For A Holiday’ and ‘Tom and Jerry: A Nutcracker’s Tale’. ‘A Nutcracker’s Tale’ was the best one for me. 😀
Sadly we lost two ‘Star Trek’ stars this year including Aron Eisenberg and René Auberjonois. I’m still continuing to enjoy them in the ‘Star Trek: DS9’ series. This month, I shared a new Short Trip called ‘The Dimension Serpents’ featuring the Fourth Doctor and Private James Darby. Timelord007 liked it! 🙂
I shared my Christmas Day blog post as usual on my blog this month with photos of me and Cuddles in Christmas garb. 😀 I also shared my reviews on ‘The Tiger Who Came To Christmas’ and the ‘Call the Midwife’ 2019 Christmas Special. And I shared my reviews on the ‘Doctor Who – The Collection – Doctor Who Magazine 40th Anniversary Disc’ and began my ‘Nyssa Challenge’ mini-review season.
The theme for my blog has been on re-sharing with my ‘Fifth Doctor’ stories and my new series ‘Doctor Who’ episode reviews. I’ve also added brand-new ‘Doctor Who’ reviews on the Series 10 episodes with Peter Capaldi, Pearl Mackie and Matt Lucas and on the Series 11 episodes with Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill. I’ve also added some new reviews on the Big Finish audios.
As well as ‘The Tenth Doctor Adventures – Volume 3’, I’ve also added my reviews on ‘The Eleventh Doctor Chronicles’ and ‘The First Doctor Adventures – Volume 1’. I’ve also reviewed a few more Target novelizations/audiobooks of ‘Doctor Who’, including ones by the late Terrance Dicks, and I added a few more ‘Doctor Who’ DVD reviews before the Blu-ray box sets came and are still coming. 🙂
I’m happy I’ve seen Sarah Sutton four times at conventions in Leicester, London, Cardiff and Glasgow. They’ve been very pleasant convention experiences with me seeing Sarah and it made 2019 a better year for me than 2018. I’m looking forward to what’s in store in 2020 and I’m hoping to see Sarah again.
I’m also very happy I’ve made achievements with my ‘Doctor Who’ storytelling by contributing to the ‘Genesis of Terror’ anthology and ‘The Paul Spragg ReCollections’ anthology by the Divergent Wordsmiths. I still enjoy writing stories for my blog, but I’m glad I have another avenue to write stories.
This year has been slow in terms of adding new ‘Doctor Who Timelines’ to my blog. But I have been updating them regularly with new stories made by Big Finish as well as by BBC Books and BBC Audio. So long as people like my timelines and keep make suggestions to improve them, they’ll keep on going. 🙂
2019 was a successful year for me. A lot was gained this year with me attending conventions, writing ‘Doctor Who’ stories and doing reviews, especially with ‘The Moon Stallion’ audiobook that came out this year. I’m hoping for things to get better as I venture into the New Year itself. Let’s see what happens!
Thanks for reading!
Bye for now and best wishes!
See you next year! 😀