Deep Space Spines has a review up for Diane Duane‘s “Star Trek: 50 Doctor’s Orders“: This week, the Enterprise is making first contact with a world where three distinct species evolved from a common ancestor and peaceably coexist, and Starfleet is keen to get all of them on board for Federation admission. Kirk gives McCoy […]
Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for Kevin Ryan and Michael Jan Friedman‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 32 Requiem“: Ever since their appearance in the Original Series episode “Arena,” fans of Star Trek have been fascinated by the Gorn. Huge, hulking reptiles, the Gorn seem like a fearsome enemy that, interestingly enough, was not revisited again in canon Star Trek until […]
This is part of a continuing series where we get to know the masterminds behind the RPG that goes where no RPG has ever gone before : Star Trek Adventures.
This week, we go back to the final frontier and boldly go into a Star Trek book featuring Romulans, Time Travel and slashfiction.
Review of Star Trek Voyager Novel Dark Matters Book 1 Dark Matters: www.amazon.com/Cloak-Dagger-Dark-Matters-Voyager-ebook/dp/B0031OQ0TC Book 2 Ghost…
Literary Treks has a review up for Keith R.A. DeCandido‘s “Star Trek: Klingon Empire: A Burning House“: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Dan Gunther and Bruce Gibson are joined by Earl Grey’s Justin Oser to discuss A Burning House. We talk about life on a Klingon farm during yopta’ yupma’, Toq’s tale of intrigue when he […]
More great news for fans of Star Trek Adventures with the announcement of three new releases coming in the next few months.Â Star Trek Adventures is a fantastic system and has a huge following and it is great to see more and more content coming for this exciting game. THREE MORE RELEASES…
Deep Space Spines has a review up for Keith Sharee‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 11 Gulliver’s Fugitives“: This week, the Enterprise finds a recording marker from a long-lost ship, but when they seek information from the authorities of a nearby planet where works of fiction and acts of imagination are capital offenses, they get […]
Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for David Mack‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 7 A Time To Kill“: A Time to Kill is the seventh book in the nine-book A Time To series, and the first in a duology by David Mack. This novel also has the honor of being the first novel-length work by David Mack, […]
This week, Michael makes some changes and takes a look at another Trek book written by Captain Kirk himself. Support the BlackScarabFilmZ Patreon: ww…
TrekCore.com has an interview and review up with Una McCormack about her recent novel “Star Trek: Discovery: The Way To The Stars“: The author of this new novel, Una McCormack, has been writing Star Trek fiction since her debut in the 2003 Deep Space Nine anthology Prophecy and Change, and has since produced a number of DS9 stores centered in post-Dominion War era, including […]
Literary Treks has a review up for Una McCormack‘s “Star Trek: Discovery: The Way To The Stars“: In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Bruce Gibson and Dan Gunther welcome author Una McCormack back to the show to discuss her latest novel, The Way to the Stars. We talk about the process of writing this novel, Tilly’s […]
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Review of the Star Trek Novel Blackfire www.amazon.com/Black-Fire-Star-Trek-Original-ebook/dp/B000FBJGA4
Ninetoes Loves Books recently featured Dayton Ward: Over the past couple of years, I’ve been interviewed a few times by Darren Perdue, who writes and maintains the blog Ninetoes Loves Books. I’m guessing you can figure out what he likes to write about. I’ve been the focus of his “5 Questions” exercise on not one but two occasions where Darren poses – wait […]
Deep Space Spines has a review up for Carolyn Clowes‘s “Star Trek: 49 The Pandora Principle“: This week, our favorite Romuvulcan (Vulcomulan?) gets a turn in the spotlight, which, unfortunately, she has to share with an extremely irritating CGI mascot. Spock rescues her from a literal kid-eat-kid existence on the aptly named Hellguard, but when […]
After more than a decade since its “Star Trek: Year Four” comic, IDW Publishing is returning to the classic crew with its new “Star Trek: Year Five” series, coming in April.