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David Mack was on a recent episode of the pod cast Enterprising Individuals, and per his blog post: Why did I want to dissect this episode? Because it’s a vital piece of canon that provides part of the foundation for the saga of Dr. Noonian Soong, his android creation/son Data, and the interconnected history of […]
StarTrek.com is saddened to report the passing of David Bischoff, a respected and prolific author who wrote the Star Trek: The Next Generation novel, Grounded, and also shared writing credits on the TNG episodes “Tin Man” and “First Contact.” Bischoff passed away in Oregon on March 19 at the age of 66, though word of […]
Amazon.com is having an absolutely fantastic sale on the Star Trek: Vanguard series, each book is 99 cents each and I’m told that the story wraps up in the final books, so there’s no annoying loose threads. Harbinger Summon the Thunder Reap the Whirlwind Open Secrets Precipice Declassified What Judgments Come Storming Heaven In Tempest’s […]
A well written review has been posted for Star Trek Discovery: Desperate Measures has been posted on Boldly.go. Remember, you can see all the reviews for Star Trek: Discovery: Desperate Measures the book on it’s details page!
David Mack reminds us that today is the start of the 2018 Farpoint Convention, running from February 9th to 11th in Hunt Valley, MD. He’s going to be on several panels, along with several other notable Star Trek authors, including Derek Tyler Attico, Joseph Berenato, Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg, Dr. David A. Batchelor, Howard Weinstein, […]
Now that Drastic Measures is out and Dayton Ward is answering questions (and accepting heaps of praise) over at his official website. He also wrote an article on StarTrek.com going into the making of the latest Star Trek: Discovery novel.
The second book in the Star Trek: Discovery series has finally landed, penned by Dayton Ward, this is another prequel, this time featuring a team up between Captains Georgiou and Lorca. Amazon has it up for purchase, either a large format paperback or kindle compatible electronic version. From the Amazon description: It is 2246, ten years […]
Fun news, folks! In celebration of the release of my new World War II-era epic fantasy The Midnight Front on January 30, I’ll be taking part in my first Reddit AMA (“Ask Me Anything”) on Thursday, February 1, 2018 in the r/fantasy subreddit. —DavidMack.pro
Kirsten Beyer is one busy lady. Beyer not only serves as a staff writer on Star Trek: Discovery and oversees the Discovery novels and comic books, but she continues to write Star Trek: Voyager novels. Her latest Voyager tale is Architects of Infinity, due out on March 27 from Simon & Schuster/Pocket Books. StarTrek.com is […]
“THE TREK FILES” PODCAST TO DEBUT JAN. 23: A WEEKLY GENE RODDENBERRY ARCHIVES DEEP-DIVE HOSTED BY “DR. TREK,” LARRY NEMECEK Going where no Star Trek podcast has gone before, “The Trek Files” debuts Jan. 23 as a weekly “look” deep into the mostly unseen archives of Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, hosted by Larry “Dr. Trek” Nemecek on the […]
According to a new report in The Wrap, Viacom Corporation (parent company of Paramount Pictures) and CBS Corporation are considering merging. According to the report, Shari Redstone, who is vice-chairwoman of both companies and president of National Amusements, which holds stakes in both, is “pursuing a merger.” TrekMovie This would be of particular note to Star […]
You can hear David Mack wax poetic about Husnock, Pakleds, Ferengi, and more as he answers questions for Bruce and Dan of Literary Treks about his new Star Trek Titan novel Fortune of War. via DavidMack
David Mack has posted an update to the cover to his upcoming Star Trek: Titan novel named “Fortune of War”, it gives us a great view of the REAL Titan’s under carriage.
David Mack has posted the cover to his upcoming Star Trek: Titan novel named “Fortune of War”, it gives us a great view of the Titan’s under carriage. No word on who the artist is.
Eight years after LeVar Burton tweeted his intention to revive Reading Rainbow, he’s now being personally sued for essentially hijacking the long-running PBS show that encourages people to read. On Friday, WNED (a public broadcaster in Buffalo, N.Y.) filed a wide-ranging lawsuit that demands among other things that Burton’s company hand over administrative access to […]
I’ve finished added meta data on nearly every book on the site, there’s a few that I don’t have page numbers for, either because they’re coloring books or because they’re role playing game books. Do you own any of these or know what their page counts are? I’d really appreciate any assistance you could give! […]
TrekMovie is reporting on a single tweet by CBS that claims the series will air it’s first episode on September 14, 2017. No word on what time, but there’s additional rumors that the first season will have to be broken into two parts, likely either because of additional behind the scenes shenanigans or to string […]
Peter David, one of the most prolific writers of Star Trek books, suggests that he has issues with the Internal Revenue Service, all due to the misdeeds of a past relation. He says on his website: Many years ago I had a television series on the air called “Space Cases.” And I made a lot […]
Deadline says he’s the next captain, which is great news! Loved him in nearly every movie I’ve seen him in