The Doctor Who Project: Christmas Omnibus

No. 35 of 73 in the Miscellaneous short stories series
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By:Bob Furnell (ed.)
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Released:  December 2016
Publisher:  Jigsaw Publications
Format: paperback

Note:  Print on-demand collection of stories (no longer available) from the Canadian online fan fiction series at

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December 25th - Christmas Day.

A time of peace and harmony - of giving gifts, singing carols, and feasting on roast turkey and plum pudding; of sleigh bells, blankets of snow and ghost stories. One brief ice-prickled glimmer in all those endless months of old and dark, where the tree lights sparkle, all ill-will is forgotten and can finally spend time with the ones we love.

Well, most of us anyway...

Because the Doctor doesn’t have a great deal of luck at Christmas time. Whether it’s helping to save a planet from the maniacal clutches of death-like aliens, or being haunted by a host of spectral Santas, if something bad’s going to happen, you can generally rely on the Doctor being in the thick of it. Like an ill-timed power cut during Christmas dinner, evil it seems, has little respect for the season of peace and goodwill...

Come celebrate the season in glorious yuletide fashion with a series of festive tales from the sherry-and-mince-pie-addled minds of Craig Charlesworth, Samantha Warner, Jez Strickley, Jake Johnson, Karen Kalbacher, Duncan Johnson & Matthew James.

But don’t get too comfortable though. It’s a magical time of year: anything might happen... I mean, it’s not supposed to snow inside the TARDIS... Is it?

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