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”

StarTrek.com Interviews William Shatner about his new book “Live Long And… What I Learned Along the Way”

William Shatner was recently featured on StarTrek.com: William Shatner, the man, the myth… the machine. At 87 years old, Star Trek’s first and forever Kirk remains a guy in perpetual motion. He’s riding horses, raising money for charity, starring in films, recording albums, spending time with his family, and traversing the world for convention appearances and […]

StarTrek.com Interviews William Shatner about his new book “Live Long And… What I Learned Along the Way”

Christopher L. Bennett on Startrek.com discussing “Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations: Forgotten History”

“Christopher L. Bennett” was recently featured on Startrek.com to discuss Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations: Forgotten History: Christopher L. Bennett’s latest Trek novel, Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations: Forgotten History, will be available today from Simon and Schuster. To commemmorate the occasion, StarTrek.com invited Bennett to preview the book and write about his […]

Christopher L. Bennett on Startrek.com discussing “Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations: Forgotten History”

David Mack on Startrek.com discussing “Storming Heaven”

David Mack was recently featured on Startrek.com to discuss Storming Heaven: The only thing harder than writing a good beginning is writing a good ending. Since its inception, Star Trek Vanguard has always been special to me. As the author invited by editor Marco Palmieri to develop the series’ bible with him and then write […]

David Mack on Startrek.com discussing “Storming Heaven”

Steve Mollmann and Michael Schuster on Startrek.com discussing “Star Trek: A Choice of Catastrophes”

Steve Mollmann and Michael Schuster were recently featured on Startrek.com to discuss Star Trek: A Choice of Catastrophes: It should be well worth the wait. The U.S.S. Enterprise and her crew are back in action in the upcoming TOS novel Star Trek: A Choice of Catastrophes, due out on August 30 from Simon & Schuster. […]

Steve Mollmann and Michael Schuster on Startrek.com discussing “Star Trek: A Choice of Catastrophes”

Peter David on Startrek.com discussing “Star Trek: New Frontier – Blind Man’s Bluff”

Peter David was recently featured on Startrek.com to discuss Star Trek: New Frontier – Blind Man’s Bluff: There are prolific writers – and then there’s Peter David. The guy is truly a lean, mean writing machine and his output is staggering. Fortunately, so too is the quality of his work. Over the years, David has […]

Peter David on Startrek.com discussing “Star Trek: New Frontier – Blind Man’s Bluff”

David A. McIntee on Startrek.com discussing “Indistinguishable from Magic”

David A. McIntee was recently featured on Startrek.com to discuss Indistinguishable from Magic: Today, we talk to the book’s author, David A. McIntee, a British journalist and novelist. McIntee chats about his influences and his previous writing output, says that “continuity” of life is at the core of Indistinguishable from Magic, and offers a glimpse […]

David A. McIntee on Startrek.com discussing “Indistinguishable from Magic”

Andy Mangels on Startrek.com discussing “Trek Novels”

Andy Mangels was recently featured on Startrek.com to discuss Trek Novels: Andy Mangels’ connection to Star Trek goes back further than even most serious Trek fans probably realize. Though he’s best known as the co-author of more than a dozen Trek novels, among them TNG: Section 31: Rogue, DS9: Prophecy and Change, Titan Book 1—Taking […]

Andy Mangels on Startrek.com discussing “Trek Novels”