Monday, 23 November 2020

Free The Robots!


By special arrangement with the Doctor Who Appreciation Society, we bring you a complete issue of their magazine Celestial Toyroom themed around "The Robots of Death" and Kaldor City, edited and written by Magic Bullet and friends. Right-click to download, or left-click to read in browser:

Celestial Toyroom 506 (portrait)
Celestial Toyroom 506 (landscape)

Saturday, 31 October 2020

Driving Ambition: The Sale!

To celebrate the re-publication of Driving Ambition, a story of murder, labour relations and self-driving cars, as an independent production, the ebook will be priced at at $2.99/local equivalent for the month of November. Click the link for adventure!

Paperbacks are also still available for £7 plus P&P: email orders@kaldorcity.com if you're interested.



We're Number Three, and Number Eight!

 Telos Publishing have released their bestseller list for the month of October. Liberation: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Blake's 7 (2003) is at #3, and Fall Out: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to The Prisoner (2007) is at #8! Find out more about these perennial favourites at the links.




Tuesday, 6 October 2020

50 Things About "The Web of Fear"

 Remember when the only thing we had to worry about was Yeti invasions and takeovers by sinister intelligences from beyond space? We do! Now for your reading pleasure, we have 36 Cool Things About "The Web of Fear" (and 14 Stupid Ones), where the Doctor joins the Underground movement and the Great Intelligence bypasses Victoria!


Sunday, 4 October 2020

Automotive Dreams

 A collection of seven short stories by Fiona Moore, featuring robots, AI and the Internet of Things, is now available on Kindle, with a cover by Andy Lambert. For the price of a coffee you can buy it here:


A prototype self-driving car escapes from a research facility and drives off on its own— a simple programming error, or something far stranger.... 

 A cowboy whose wife, dog, and truck have all left him— and who’s not just going to write a sad song about it.... 

 A hero on a solitary quest through a fantasy world— but with no memory of how they got there or why there are no other people around... 

 Seven cyberpunk mystery stories, including the BSFA-award nominated “Jolene”. Stories of crime, artificial intelligence, and hope for humanity’s future.

Monday, 7 September 2020

Clean Version!

 And here, finally, is Andy Lambert's's superb wrap-around cover, minus the Celestial Toyroom logo and issue number.