24 results for author: Jac Rayner

BOOKPLATES AND BOOKMARKS FOR CHARITY

FOR BOOKPLATES AND BOOKMARK PURCHASES just click HERE If you've come here from Doctor Who Magazine, thank you. I'm not going to ask you to look around my website. I don't want to gain publicity from our loss. And this certainly isn't about selling books (I'll tell you now, although such things are usually considered mystical ... More

SHOP!

If anyone has popped on here due to getting a copy of DWM early - our charity items will be on sale from tomorrow (DWM's official on-sale date), so pleeeeeeaaaasssssse come back then! (Pretty please with a cherry on top.) More

What’s up, Doc[tor Who]?

Goodness! A lot of time has passed and a lot of stuff has happened. Let’s do a quick catch-up, shall we? Books! Last week saw the release of The Ruby’s Curse, which I had the pleasure of working on with River Song herself, actor Alex Kingston. It’s probably the most complicated book I’ve ever been involved with, but ... More

Stay-at-Home Festival and roundup of assorted things

I'm really not very good at keeping a website up to date. But let's quickly catch up with what's been going on... Tomorrow! (That's April the 1st. And no, it's not a hilarious April Fool's joke. (I passed my driving test on April 1st. Now that definitely was an April Fool's joke.)) Anyway. As I was saying. Tomorrow! You can ... More

Writing for Catherine Tate, and other excitements!

Well, it doesn't get much better than that. To say I was excited when I was invited to write a script for Catherine Tate is an understatement - but it was nerve-racking too. Writing for a writer you admire, worried that they might not find your jokes funny - eek. It's not something you can say no to, though. The plays are out ... More

TV Years

I've written for lots of magazines over the years, but one thing I've never done is... (deep breath) interview people. Some people are naturals at this. I very definitely am not. But when the call came from TV Years (@TVYears), asking if I'd interview some of the hugest names from children's telly, I couldn't say no. So out in ... More

End-of-year Doctor Who round-up

Solely so 2018 doesn't end with my not having updated my website since April (yes, I am ashamed. So very very ashamed), here is a little look at what Doctor Who projects I've been involved with this year... This month, I popped back to Doctor Who Magazine for a little look at the Season 19 Blu-ray. That's in Issue 533, which ... More

On Going Viral…

  Yesterday, this happened. Or to be completely accurate, this is still happening, the screenshot’s from this afternoon and likes and RTs continue to build by the second. The whole thing took me slightly by surprise. My children found it hilarious, texting friends to say ‘Now Mum’s trending in Canada!’ ... More

International Women’s Day 2018

It's publication day for The Day She Saved the Doctor, a Doctor Who book about women, by women, to celebrate some of the inspirational women characters that paved the way for Jodie Whitaker becoming the Doctor. Here's a piece I wrote for the Radio Times explaining more: http://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2018-03-08/the-inspira... More

Bits and bobs and books

Exciting things! My book for Badger Learning's 'Papercuts', The Sickness, is out now. http://www.badgerlearning.co.uk/ecommerce/secondary-resources/sen/papercuts/9781788372206-the-sickness.aspx This is my 'Misty prose' story, where plague returns to the land and dreadful things happen to a perfectly nice girl who doesn't ... More