Was dusting off the bookcase yesterday. I picked up David Gerrold's "The Trouble with Tribbles" - the story of how he conceived and sold the story. Wasn't really intending on reading it - but I got into it. It's been so long since I picked this up and I am finding it as good a read as I remember - or rather as good a read as I forget, because I don't remember a lot of what's in it.
The other day, David was musing about perhaps writing a book about his experiences during the first season of TNG. If he does, I'm sure it'll be quite the read.
I certainly hope he does. I truly enjoyed rereading "The Trouble with Tribbles" and frankly, it got me rearranging my bookshelf to bring some of the older non-fiction books up front. I am going to start skimming through them again to see if any others grab me. I don't know if I enjoyed it so much because of the topic or because it took me back in time for a while. Perhaps a bit of both.
Okay, David, start typing - just be careful of your font size.