Following John Barrowman's tweet last week, stating that he won't be involved in the 50th Anniversary special episode, many publications have been quick to spread that message, including the Radio Times, Digital Spy, TV Guide and many others.
Carole E. and John Barrowman on the Art of Word Painting and Visual Storytelling
Following the author’s axiom “Write what you know,” Carole E. and John Barrowman can point to an ever-growing list of successful publications to prove their mastery of this concept. In a short few years, the Barrowman siblings have written best-selling non-fiction with the autobiographical Anything Goes (Michael O’Mara, 2008) and I Am What I Am (Michael O’Mara, 2009).
Then there’s the Torchwood fiction, beginning with a comic book story “Selkie”, and possibly concluding with the novel Torchwood: Exodus Code (BBC Books, 2012). Now they are working on their third young adult novel in the popular Hollow Earth series, published by Michael O’Mara Books in the UK and Simon and Schuster, under its Aladdin imprint, in the US.
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