• Long Scarf Publications

    The first in a new range of Doctor Who parodies.

    Professor Howe and the Toothless Tribe

    by Christopher Samuel Stone

    A strange job interview in London turns out to be life changing for Alania, an innocent librarian from London.


    Along with Cy, their curiosity takes them to an apparent building site, a flying saucer and the rather rubbish traveller in space and time known as PROFESSOR HOWE


    This is the mere beginning of a tale that puts the combined wits of our heroes against a wigged villain, and leads to the search for a very powerful woollen artefact



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    Neanderthoughts and Cave Dwellings

    March 10, 2018
    Two "rival" publishers have kindly provided these great reviews of The Toothless Tribe which is raising money for Children in Need. Maybe you should take their advice and buy it too! Stuart Douglas (Obverse Books) has kindly written this:- Christopher Samuel Stone is a force of nature,...
    August 23, 2017
    The author was kind enough to forward the first three chapters of his book for my perusal and it's fair to say it takes the reader back to that easy style of the original Target paperbacks of the 1970's and 80's with its short, sharp sentences. For fans of a more well-known time traveller there...
    August 12, 2017
    Once there was this parody book called Doctor Whom. It wasn't very good. There weren't many jokes and it wasn't funny. I thought about creating a series of books for charity, some by inexperienced authors and some by established writers (under pseudonyms) to get the series going. Naturally, as...
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  • About Us


    Here at Long Scarf Publishing
    we print quality books
    raising money for charity.


    We've raised over £2000 so far!

    This is the first in a series of books raising money for Children in Need.

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