“Star Trek: 42 Memory Prime” Review by Deep Space Spines

Deep Space Spines has a review up for “Star Trek: 42 Memory Prime“: This week, Spock is honored to host a delegation of scientists who are in the neighborhood for the Nobel/Z.Magnees Prize ceremonies. It’s not long, however, before he subsequently gets framed for their attempted murder. To clear his friend’s name, Kirk will have […]

“Star Trek: 42 Memory Prime” Review by Deep Space Spines

StarTrek.com reveals the cover for “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light”

StarTrek.com has revealed the above cover for “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light“, which is due out in April.  Cover art is by Ali Ries and Doug Drexler, both of whom have done several covers for Star Trek novels in the past.   Buy on Amazon.com Buy On Books-A-Million.com Buy On Book Depository.com Find on E-Bay?

StarTrek.com reveals the cover for “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light”

“Star Trek: The Original Series: Elusive Salvation” Review by MotionPicturesComics.com

MotionPictureComics.com has a review up for “Star Trek: The Original Series: Elusive Salvation”: Elusive Salvation is a wonderful book, but despite the back cover’s declaring that the novel would be “an all-new adventure from history’s shadow!”, it is not the sequel to From History’s Shadow that it was billed to be. Buy on Amazon.com Buy On Books-A-Million.com Buy […]

“Star Trek: The Original Series: Elusive Salvation” Review by MotionPicturesComics.com

“Star Trek Shipyards Starfleet Starships: 2151-2293” Preview by StarTrek.com

StarTrek.com has a review up for “Star Trek Shipyards Starfleet Starships: 2151-2293“: Eaglemoss Hero Collector has unveiled the publication of the first volume in their new Star Trek Shipyards series, the definitive visual encyclopedia to each and every ship that’s ever appeared in any corner of the storied Star Trekuniverse, either on television or in movie theaters. Written […]

“Star Trek Shipyards Starfleet Starships: 2151-2293” Preview by StarTrek.com

“Star Trek: Captain’s Blood” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for “Star Trek: Captain’s Blood“: Captain’s Blood is the second book in William Shatner’s “Totality” trilogy, and as such, I feel like it learned a few lessons from the first book, Captain’s Peril. For one thing, in both books, certain characters are under the impression that a major Star Trek character has […]

“Star Trek: Captain’s Blood” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Millennium: 1 The Fall of Terok Nor” Review by Literary Treks

Literary Treks has a review up for “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Millennium: 1 The Fall of Terok Nor“: Mysterious events are taking place on Deep Space Nine: Quark is accused of murdering a visiting Andorian, Jake and Nog reveal a mysterious, hidden holosuite deep in the bowels of the station, and a fearsome Cardassian scientist […]

“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Millennium: 1 The Fall of Terok Nor” Review by Literary Treks

Dr Trek will be attending Destination Star Trek in Birmingham, UK

Larry “Dr Trek” Nemecek will be attending 2018’s Destination Star Trek in Birmingham, UK (not Alabama!): As announced today by Showmasters/DST and CBS,  I will indeed be back across the pond with all our UK Treklanders for Destination Star Trek— and my first time in Birmingham! Check out the Larry Nemecek author page to view other sightings […]

Dr Trek will be attending Destination Star Trek in Birmingham, UK

“Live Long And . . .: What I Might Have Learned Along the Way” Review by Trek Movie

Trek Movie has a review up for “Live Long And . . . What I Might Have Learned Along the Way“: Is it a memoir? A self-help book? A story of woe? A tale of triumph? William Shatner’s latest memoir, Live Long and… What I Learned Along the Way is all of these, and more. Advice that’s […]

“Live Long And . . .: What I Might Have Learned Along the Way” Review by Trek Movie

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 2 The Peacekeepers” Review by Deep Space Spines

Deep Space Spines has a review up for “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 2 The Peacekeepers“: This week, when Geordi and Data poke around a derelict station, they wind up with a one-way ticket to a zero-G peace resort halfway across the galaxy. But even though the guy running the joint destroyed the entire nuclear […]

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 2 The Peacekeepers” Review by Deep Space Spines

Out Today: “Star Trek Shipyards Starfleet Starships: 2151-2293”

Out today is another entry in the “Star Trek Shipyards Starfleet Starships: 2151-2293 The Encyclopedia of Starfleet Ships Plus Collectible”, by Ben Robinson. Here’s the book’s synopsis: A chronological history of the Starfleet starships from Star Trek television shows and films, specially packaged with a die-cast collectible USS Enterprise! 250 years worth of Starfleet ships […]

Out Today: “Star Trek Shipyards Starfleet Starships: 2151-2293”

Larry Nemecek reminds us that he has a new book coming out soon

Larry Nemecek goes into deep details about his upcoming book, “Stellar Cartography” which is an update to a 2013 book that was well received. This 2018 UPDATE includes a complete add-on for every star or planet, starbase, and other stellar location mentioned through Season 1 of Discovery — with two exceptions that the writers want […]

Larry Nemecek reminds us that he has a new book coming out soon

“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: 23 The 34th Rule” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

Trek Lit Reviews has a review up for “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: 23 The 34th Rule“: The Ferengi, a creation that came from the early days of Star Trek: The Next Generation, suffered from an image problem. Initially meant to be the “big baddies” of TNG, the Ferengi were never really taken seriously. Many fans saw […]

“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: 23 The 34th Rule” Review by Trek Lit Reviews

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 61 Diplomatic Implausibility” Review by Literary Treks

Literary Treks has a review up for “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 61 Diplomatic Implausibility“: At the end of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Worf traded his life as a Starfleet officer for a career as a Federation diplomat. While some aspects of that life are similar to the years he spent in service to Starfleet, […]

“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 61 Diplomatic Implausibility” Review by Literary Treks