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Old March 15 2013, 12:26 AM   #16
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Re: Talking Trek at the Library of Congress

Hello Mr. Cox: I attended the lecture today. Very informative; it was great to learn about the process of writing novels; thanks! I was the person who held up the copy of To Reign in Hell (I was in the back); unfortunately, I also had to leave before the end because I had to go back to work; so I was not able to introduce myself afterwards. Apologies. Like Caretaker, I work at the Library. All the best, and again congrats; it was very well attended. Chi'pok aka Peter
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Old March 15 2013, 12:33 AM   #17
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Re: Talking Trek at the Library of Congress

Greg - I really enjoyed your talk. All the stories and examples were fascinating. And hearing it directly from you, I see how proud you are of your Khan/Eugenics Wars trilogy. Plus I also enjoyed the look at the art of writing novelizations.

I do have one question: You aren't tired of writing movie novelizations after all the (extra) effort you put into dealing with The Dark Knight Rises and Man of Steel?
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Old March 16 2013, 01:18 AM   #18
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Glad you both enjoyed the lecture. I had a great time in DC and enjoyed my tour of the Library after the presentation.

And, Caretaker, that's all part of the adrenaline rush of doing Great Big Movie Tie-Ins!
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