My husband and I have attended a Scottish formal event since shortly after we met at the end of 2011. It means we both get to wear something special. And tonight, I got to wear something really special in honor of my fourth formal in a row.

His kilt is special because it was made by hand (by my MIL) using a timeless process (secret!!!) from Scotland.

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I saw a copy of this at my local big box bookstore and decided I didn’t want it because we weren’t yet caught up with the show. However, when Kindle offered it as one of their daily deals, I picked it up because I knew I would be reading it at some point–I LOVE that sometimes Amazon’s daily offers just get me.

Amelia Pond, best known as Amy Pond (the girl who waited) from the Who franchise serves up a trio of short stories that make their way as a book into the series (okay,

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Always Reiding Doctor Who Big Bang GenerationI am a fan of Doctor Who, and Peter Capaldi’s version of the Time Lord is as stunning in the book series as he is on the television screen. So, when offered, I jumped at the chance to read this, thank you to Broadway Books for offering me a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review.

When a time portal opens up in Australia, a massive pyramid spills out into 2015.

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One of the best things I can think of reading is a Doctor Who book–especially during the hiatus between the seasons of this BBC show. However, with things like Amazon and Netflix, my beloved Doctor is close at hand. Still, there are times when I would love to read about our favorite Gallifreyan–especially when it has some medieval elements, like in Una McCormack’s Doctor Who: Royal Blood.

Thank you to publisher,

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I’ve reviewed a few Doctor Who books previously, so when Broadway Books (the paperback subsidiary of Crown Publishing) gave me the opportunity to read a new book featuring the 12th Doctor in exchange for my honest review, I jumped on the chance. Thank you, Crown/Broadway books.

It is the far future. The Doctor, and his ‘associate’ Clara are working with a team of explorers who are on a new-top-of-the-line ship,

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I hate spiders, especially since seeing Arachnophobia as a kid. However, I love Doctor Who. So, when I was given the opportunity to review Doctor Who: The Crawling Terror by Mike Tucker, there was some initial hesitation.

The village of Ringstone is quiet and quaint, but when large insects suddenly descend and threaten the residents, only the Doctor and his companion, Clara, can help with the giant Daddy Longlegs that have appeared without warning.

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