- Sat, 13:16: Very sorry for Michael and Susan. Dreadful news. https://t.co/kmPBMu9frZ
- Sat, 14:02: RT @lynnoconnacht: I will never be over the generosity of the Hugo Voting Packet. NEVER. 💕💕💕
- Sat, 14:02: RT @audiojeremy: Yay, just received the Hugo voting email!
- Sat, 16:32: RT @reviewsandrobos: @HugoAwards voter packet day is like Christmas in May https://t.co/jgg4oYF5pF
- Sat, 17:16: RT @garik16: Oh boy, the Hugo Ballot and Hugo Packet is out, containing a ridiculous amount of great SF/F works for anyone who's a Hugo vot…
- Sat, 17:19: RT @zenaldehyde: So my Hugo-nominated novelette about a failboat imugi isn't actually in the Hugo voter packet, because it's free 2 read on…
- Sat, 19:57: RT @Dublin2019: Have you heard? Online Hugo Voting is now open 🎉 Check your emails for links & instructions on how to vote for the finalis…
- Sun, 07:19: He says it like it would be a bad thing! https://t.co/flDViSBTix
May 12th, 2019
Second paragraph of third section (as usual in these books, it's about The Edge of Destruction):
Observations: This unusual two-parter, featuring only the four regular cast members and the Tardis interior, was written to offset overspends on the previous stories, to introduce a 'sideways' narrative (instead of 'past' or 'future'), and to complete the series' probationary run of 13 episodes.I picked this up in 2010 and did not get around to reading it until now. I didn't miss much. It's a Lofficier-style recounting of every Who story to date (so through the end of the first Matt Smith season), with a pretty bare-bones approach. The work of key designers is credited in the episode descriptions rather than in the rubric. TV and webcast spinoffs are listed at the end, in not much detail. This was behind the curve in 2010. If you want, you can get it here.