David Llewellyn (author)

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David Llewellyn (born 1978[1]), is a Welsh novelist and script writer. He grew up in Pontypool and graduated from Dartington College of Arts in 2000. His first novel, Eleven, was published by Seren Press in 2006. His second, Trace Memory, a spin-off from the BBC drama series Torchwood, was published in March 2008.[2] Everything Is Sinister was published by Seren in May 2008,[3] and Ibrahim & Reenie in 2013. He has written two novels for the Doctor Who New Series Adventures: The Taking of Chelsea 426, featuring the Tenth Doctor, and Night of the Humans, featuring the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond.

In addition to writing novels, Llewellyn has written a number of audio plays for Big Finish Productions.

Llewellyn lives in Cardiff.

Novels[edit]

Short Stories[edit]

Audio Plays[edit]

  • 2012 - Paradise Frost (Bernice Summerfield) - in the series Road Trip
  • 2012 - The Last Stop (Dark Shadows)
  • 2012 - This World Our Hell (The Confessions of Dorian Gray)
  • 2013 - Arbitration (Gallifrey)
  • 2013 - The Brimstone Kid (Bernice Summerfield) - in the series Missing Persons
  • 2013 - Murder on 81st Street (The Confessions of Dorian Gray)
  • 2013 - The Picture of Dorian Gray (adapted from the novel by Oscar Wilde)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Biography". Academi. 2008. 
  2. ^ "Trace Memory". Random House. 2008. 
  3. ^ "Everything Is Sinister". Seren Books. 2008. 
  4. ^ Clee, Nicholas (6 January 2007). "Day in a life - Eleven (book review)". The Guardian. Retrieved 24 January 2010. 
  5. ^ Burston, Paul (1 June 2008). "Big Brother Britain". The Independent on Sunday (London, England). Retrieved 24 January 2010. 
  6. ^ The Taking of Chelsea 426 BBCShop.com accessed on 20 October 2009
  7. ^ David Llewellyn (author) at The TARDIS Library
  8. ^ "4 New Torchwood Books For October 2009". AfterElton. Retrieved 2009-01-25.