A Teaspoon And An Open Mind: A Doctor Who Fan Fiction Archive

Penname:captain chico ()
Member Since:2012.06.18
Since 1979, Chico’s ghost & dark fantasy stories have been published in the UK, the US, Canada, Australia and Europe. Her first novel, The Printer’s Devil, came out in 1996 from Baen and was recently reprinted by Booktrope. First hardback anthology: Summoning Knells (2000); Chico’s and Rick Kennett’s collection No 472 Cheyne Walk was published in 2002 (Both Ash-Tree Press). Subsequently she has been busy with the Da Silva sequence of novels and stories. The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 13 and Dark Terrors 6 featured three between them. Others have appeared in Supernatural Tales, Acquainted with the Night, Poe’s Progeny, and elsewhere. Demon Weather is the first novel in the series and has just been published by Booktrope; the Portuguese-language rights have been bought by Lisbon-based publisher Saída de Emergência. The next three novels, entitled The Werewolf of Lisbon, Resurrection, and Sinned Against, are also complete; a fifth is in progress.
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Sarah Jane has an unexpected visitor.
Sarah Jane Adventures - All Ages - None - Action/Adventure, Humor
Characters: Clyde Langer, K-9, Mr. Smith, Other Character(s), Sarah Jane Smith
Series: None
Published: 2012.09.29 - Updated: 2012.09.29 - Chapters: 1 - Completed: No - Word Count: 9297

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