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Yes. In 2018, four New Series stories were novelised. These were; "Rose" (novelisation), "The Christmas Invasion" (novelisation), "The Day of the Doctor" (novelisation), and "Twice Upon a Time" (novelisation) (the classic series story "City of Death" (novelisation) was also released alongside them).

In addition, "Doctor Who" the 1996 TV movie was novelised as "The Novel of the Film" (novelisation). The only other post-1989 Doctor Who story to have been novelised is "Scream of the Shalka" (novelisation).

There have also been novelisations of some spinoff stories, including 11 of The Sarah Jane Adventures stories (2 of which are available only as e-books) & "Downtime" (Reeltime Pictures video).

Finally, there's an oddity: "Shakedown" (Virgin New Adventures novel) is based on "Shakedown: Return of the Sontarans" (Reeltime Pictures video) but the novelisation contains substantial extra material & features the Seventh Doctor, although the Doctor doesn't appear at all in the original video.

If you want to find and read other post-1989 novelisations than those ones, you'll have to venture into very obscure territory. There, you'll be greeted by the Pearson photo novelisations, aimed at younger readers

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