To read yet another phrasing of my answers to questions about my new Star Trek Destiny trilogy, check out this new, short Q&A with yours truly put together by Julio Angel Ortiz.
Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category
I’m pleased to report that SciFiChick.com has posted its review of Gods of Night, the first volume in my swiftly approaching Star Trek Destiny trilogy. It’s also the first public review of the book.
The money quote:
Gods of Night contains everything great about Star Trek — advanced technology, intrigue, drama, relationships, danger, action, mystery, aliens, time travel, and blowing stuff up. Ending in a mild cliffhanger, readers will want to pick up the next, Mere Mortals, as soon as possible. With an exciting story, wonderful characters, and insurmountable odds to overcome, this is a trilogy no Trek fan will want to miss.
The good folks over at TrekWeb have posted another excerpt from Gods of Night, the first book in my new Star Trek Destiny trilogy. The excerpt comprises all of Chapter 3, and focuses on the crew of Titan.
As promised, here is a link to the Unreality-SF.net interview of me regarding my upcoming Destiny trilogy. I urge everyone to check this out, because Jens Deffner and editor Daniel Berry did a great job on this one.
For those who might be interested, TrekMovie.com has posted an interview with me about my upcoming Star Trek Destiny trilogy.
They’ve already posted an exclusive excerpt from the first book (Chapter 2), and they’ll be posting an early review in the next week or two. The first chapter of Gods of Night is also available on their site (reposted there from the SimonSays site).
More interviews about the Destiny trilogy are forthcoming, on http://unreality-sf.net/ and VoxBomb, the blog of Julio Angel Ortiz. Check back for those links soon.
The folks over at TrekMovie.com have published their round-up of 2007’s Star Trek novels and a look ahead at 2008’s titles. As far as I’m concerned, this is the money quote:
While not strictly a part of the Original Series line, David Mack kicked the Star Trek: Vanguard series up a notch with one of the best novels of 2007, “Reap the Whirlwind”. Mack’s effort was quite possibly the most notable novel in any of the Star Trek lines last year.