Just to give you and any interested readers the heads-up, Woodsy!
I was browsing through the magazine shelves at WHSmith, looking for something to quietly pass the time on our summer break.
I was pleasantly surprised to stumbles across Doctor Who Magazine.
Not something I'd usually be drawn to these days, but this was a Special Edition focusing on Target Books.
Remember them? They were prolific publishers of numerous Doctor Who paperbacks (and hardbacks) during the seventies and early eighties.
Looking at the price I hesitated, but after a quick flick through the pages I could see that the contents justified the £6.99.
It's packed cover to cover with evocative illustrations, well researched information and imagery.
The magazine explores a myriad of familiar and forgotten themes for seventies kids who time travelled with the BBC, and hunted bookshelves for additional adventures in time and space.
I think it's an essential asset for the Doctor Who fan, and an entertaining and informative insight for anyone else, like myself, who enjoyed those old Target paperbacks.
A nice piece to file away for the future.