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Old March 19 2014, 01:23 PM   #46
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Re: The Star Trek Lit-verse Reading Guide

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The guys at Literary Treks were kind enough to recommend the Reading Guide on this week's episode. Thanks again guys! http://trek.fm/literary-treks/

And I just updated the site for another month's releases.
We love promoting the lit universe and the fan resources out there like yours! Thanks for all your hard work!
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Old June 23 2014, 04:33 AM   #47
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Well I've been keeping things up to date monthly, and today I've made two new additions.

Added a page keeping track of all the ebook only stories that have come out recently, plus finally finished renewing the classic Pocket Books novel list that appeared at the end of the novels in the 80s and 90s. Now to begin work on the next additions.

http://startreklitverse.yolasite.com...usive-list.php

http://startreklitverse.yolasite.com...novel-list.php
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Old June 23 2014, 01:55 PM   #48
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^Great lists Ryan. Thanks
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Old July 2 2014, 03:09 PM   #49
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Great site However i think you just added 10 more book to my overall reading list as as to get the full view of the universe. i was only be hide by 10 books now i am way be hide. where i would like to be not including the new frontier that i would like to read but no time.
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Old July 3 2014, 06:29 PM   #50
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Re: The Star Trek Lit-verse Reading Guide

On the list, shouldn't The Buried Age be apart of The Lost Era?
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Old July 4 2014, 01:10 AM   #51
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The Complete Pocket Books Novel List?
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Old July 5 2014, 03:46 AM   #52
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On the list, shouldn't The Buried Age be apart of The Lost Era?
It actually has both TNG and "A Tale of the Lost Era" on the cover, so seems to me that it's one that could be included in either or both series.
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Old July 5 2014, 08:49 PM   #53
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Yes, I waffled on what to do with both The Buried Age and Terok Nor before deciding on what I did.

Does anyone who has read the last few TOS novels have any info on references to the Lit-verse in any of them? I'm wondering specifically about the five I've not read: Devil's Bargain, The Weight of Worlds, The Folded World, The Shocks of Adversity, and Serpents in the Garden. If anyone knows of any links in them to the Lit-verse I'd be excited to hear about them.
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Old July 6 2014, 10:11 AM   #54
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Serpents in the Garden does not contain any references to TrekLit that I know of, only to "A Private Little War".

I've read The Shocks of Adversity right after it came out. As far as I remember, there were no references to TrekLit. I remember keeping an eye out for continuity tidbits but only found refences to ENT.
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Old July 6 2014, 10:38 AM   #55
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Serpents in the Garden does not contain any references to TrekLit that I know of, only to "A Private Little War".

I've read The Shocks of Adversity right after it came out. As far as I remember, there were no references to TrekLit. I remember keeping an eye out for continuity tidbits but only found refences to ENT.
Although a certain curse word established to be of Goeg origin in Shocks... was first used in Losing the Peace, indicating that the unseen utterer of the word in the latter book may have, in retrospect, been from the Domain.
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Old July 6 2014, 03:44 PM   #56
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Serpents in the Garden does not contain any references to TrekLit that I know of, only to "A Private Little War".

I've read The Shocks of Adversity right after it came out. As far as I remember, there were no references to TrekLit. I remember keeping an eye out for continuity tidbits but only found refences to ENT.
Although a certain curse word established to be of Goeg origin in Shocks... was first used in Losing the Peace, indicating that the unseen utterer of the word in the latter book may have, in retrospect, been from the Domain.
I had also slipped in a passing reference to M'Benga's last assignment prior to the Enterprise on a frontier starbase, which was a nod to the Vanguard series. And Lt. David Frank had first appeared in my Constellations short story "Ambition."
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Old July 6 2014, 04:11 PM   #57
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Great, thanks for the info!
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Old July 6 2014, 04:27 PM   #58
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What was the curse word, anyway? Unfortunately, I don't recall it.

I wouldn't mind seeing the Goeg Domain, or whatever became of it, still around. It reminded me of the Terran Empire, which the chance of being reformed.
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Old July 6 2014, 04:29 PM   #59
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What was the curse word, anyway? Unfortunately, I don't recall it.
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