‘The Coins of Deno’

Hello everyone! 🙂

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

‘The Coins of Deno’ is complete! It’s the 40th anniversary of Peter Davison’s Fifth Doctor in ‘Doctor Who’ today! To celebrate the occasion, I’m sharing my complete eight episode anthology of ‘Doctor Who’ stories, featuring the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Billy in ‘The Fifth Doctor by Tim Bradley’ series. I hope you’ll enjoy it.

Here’s a link to ‘The Coins of Deno’ page on my blog. There’s an introduction by me on the eight episode anthology as well as the eight episodes themselves. There are four chapters for each of the eight episodes to enjoy. You can access the introduction and the chapters by clicking the links on ‘The Coins of Deno’ page.

Here’s a brief summary of what ‘The Coins of Deno’ is all about.

The Doctor, Nyssa and Billy are summoned by Lord Ganl to search for the eight Coins of Deno in order to end the long war in the Deno system. Will they be able to find the eight coins and thwart the Dark Lord Vorshon and his deadly Sgrans?

The eight episodes in the anthology include ‘The Map to Time’, ‘The Greek Horror’, ‘The Clouds of Skydra’, ‘The Scavenger Station’, ‘The Mystery of Witten Island’, ‘The Holiday of Romance’, ‘The Dreadnought’ and ‘The War of Deno’. All eight episodes are standalone, but linked by the quest for the Coins of Deno.

I’m hoping to share more ‘Doctor Who’ stories in future, including an overdue Short Trip by me featuring James Darby (as played by Timelord007) meeting two Sarah Jane Smiths with the Fourth Doctor called ‘The Two Sarah Janes’. There’s a special announcement for a future Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Billy story coming soon and I’ll be making plans to start writing my own 60th anniversary special of ‘Doctor Who’ for 2023. Stay tuned and watch this space!

In the meantime, enjoy ‘The Coins of Deno’ with the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Billy. Also please feel free to check out my other stories in ‘The Fifth Doctor by Tim Bradley’ series on ‘Bradley’s Basement’!

Enjoy!

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂

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