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Old July 10 2008, 11:58 PM   #31
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FYI: I just got word that the panel on the 4400 book program has been moved to 11 am on Sunday. The change won't make the printed programs, alas, but look for us in the Hunt Room at eleven.
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Old July 11 2008, 12:25 AM   #32
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A reminder that the new Big Finish short story anthology Doctor Who: Short Trips: The Quality of Leadership will be on sale at the convention from me for the low low price of $20.
I've read this book. It's great. I just wish I could be at Shore Leave to get it signed!

I'm hoping to go next year, too.

I expect reports!
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Old July 11 2008, 12:45 AM   #33
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A reminder that the new Big Finish short story anthology Doctor Who: Short Trips: The Quality of Leadership will be on sale at the convention from me for the low low price of $20. The following contributors will be on hand to sign the book as well:

Kahtleen O. David
Peter David
Keith R.A. DeCandido (editor)
Linnea Dodson
John S. Drew
Allyn Gibson
Terri Osborne
James Swallow
Richard C. White
Damnit, Keith, you're making me regret not being able to go to Shore Leave more than usual.
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Old July 11 2008, 01:12 AM   #34
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I'm planning on getting a sandwich and maybe having half before the panels and the other half between panels.
You're not going to eat that nasty overpriced food at the hotel, are you? =P

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Old July 11 2008, 01:13 AM   #35
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You're not the only one. I have both The Essential Batman Encyclopedia and Hellboy II: The Golden Army freshly off the press. Woo hoo.
I hope they have the Batman book for sale, because my husband is incredibly into Batman.

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Old July 11 2008, 03:16 AM   #36
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Okay, as Keith and Greg are blazing the trail for talking about non Trek stuff at Shore Leave, I'd like to mention that I'll be bringing along some trailers and exclusive clips from the Stargate and Blake's 7 audio dramas and talking about the series at the "Stargate and Beyond" panel; I may have to chase up a CD player, though...
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Old July 11 2008, 06:51 PM   #37
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Hey if anyone from the forum (who's not actually on a panel) is going, can they twitter the PB panel and give us the link? I'm in love with twitter and it would be sweet to get the real time updates for those of us that can't go.
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Old July 11 2008, 10:33 PM   #38
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There will be at least four. Two by me, one by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore, and one by Dave Mack. The first two take place before the end of the series while the next two will continue the saga beyond the series finale.
Greg Cox and David Mack 4400 books picking up where the series left off? I'm sure there will be interesting ST book announcements this weekend but they are going to have a hard time getting me as excited as this news is.

I've already got Cox's first 4400 book but haven't started it yet since I'm in the middle of reading Neal Stephensons System of the World, which is taking a long time...
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Old July 11 2008, 10:44 PM   #39
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Hey if anyone from the forum (who's not actually on a panel) is going, can they twitter the PB panel and give us the link? I'm in love with twitter and it would be sweet to get the real time updates for those of us that can't go.
Not sure, but I intend to post some time later tonight.....
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Old July 11 2008, 11:00 PM   #40
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Can't wait to hear the report, Keith. I love that Shore Leave falls on my seven-year board "anniversary"; I can't think of a better way to celebrate than to post eagerly in response to some always-welcome book news.
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Old July 11 2008, 11:09 PM   #41
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Hey if anyone from the forum (who's not actually on a panel) is going, can they twitter the PB panel and give us the link? I'm in love with twitter and it would be sweet to get the real time updates for those of us that can't go.
Not sure, but I intend to post some time later tonight.....
Is the PB panel today (fri) or tomorrow (sat), though?
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Old July 11 2008, 11:52 PM   #42
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Hey if anyone from the forum (who's not actually on a panel) is going, can they twitter the PB panel and give us the link? I'm in love with twitter and it would be sweet to get the real time updates for those of us that can't go.
Not sure, but I intend to post some time later tonight.....
Is the PB panel today (fri) or tomorrow (sat), though?
It's tonight, starting in about two hours...
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Old July 11 2008, 11:55 PM   #43
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Not sure, but I intend to post some time later tonight.....
Is the PB panel today (fri) or tomorrow (sat), though?
It's tonight, starting in about two hours...

Ah, that's about 2AM for me, so I'm going to bed

If they mention me, I guess I'll see it in the morning...
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Old July 12 2008, 03:52 AM   #44
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Most of the book news (and many covers) are already posted at
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http://trekweb.com/articles/2008/07/11/Covers-and-Info-for-Several-Upcoming-Star-Trek-Novels-Including-Star-Trek-Destiny-Star-Trek-Titan-and-Star-Trek-Mirror-Universe.shtml
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Old July 12 2008, 04:10 AM   #45
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I believe I shall be purchasing every single one of those!

Highlights (well, they're all magnificent, but...):

*Two DS9-R books
*More Myriad Universes - Pocket must see that as a very strong line, considering #1 has barely begun appearing in bookstores
*The Romulan War!
*James Swallow!
*Margaret Wander Bonanno!
*That A Singular Destiny cover doesn't seem to bode well...
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